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VIDEO: Typing Troubles? Try These Everyday Stretches for Your Hands and Wrists

VIDEO: Typing Troubles? Try These Everyday Stretches for Your Hands and Wrists

Working at a computer all day can cause a major strain on your hands and wrists. Most computer keyboards aren’t optimized for ergonomic health, and long hours of repetitive motion in suboptimal positions could lead to carpal tunnel syndrome. This makes regular breaks from these activities to stretch the muscles of your hands and wrists an essential habit.

Even without an all-day typing gig, driving, smartphone use, writing, even dishwashing can leave you with some tired hands, and some of us concentrate more tension in our fists than we realize. To help you loosen your grip on this tension, Zeel Virtual Wellness instructor Matt Laurie shares this hand and wrist stretch routine that you can squeeze in between meetings, while you’re stuck in traffic, or to help you relax before bed.

Matt Laurie is a Certified Personal Trainer and Stretch Therapist in the greater NYC/NJ area. A graduate of both Manhattan College’s (B.S) and LIU Brooklyn’s (M.S) Exercise Science Programs, Matt strives to empower you with the skills, knowledge, exercise techniques, and support you need to live your healthiest life.

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