Wrist ulnar deviation with a resistive band is a straightforward method to strengthen your wrists in the event that they are weak or injured. Watch more Ask Doctor Jo videos featuring full routines for common injuries and syndromes at
To perform wrist ulnar deviation with a resistive band:
1. Hold a resistive band in your hands along with your thumbs inwards facing one another, and put some tension on the band.
2. Turn your wrist outward away from the opposite hand and slowly come back in.
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