Working Out At Home With a Broken Wrist

This article will show you 15 different moves that can get your heart rate up even with an injured wrist or hand.

Have a broken, fractured, or sprained wrist injury? Mix and match these 15 moves to boost your heart rate and get in a great workout despite being injured!

Workout Exercises You Can Do With a Broken Wrist

•  Abdominal Crunches — Crunches will help tone and tighten your core. Be sure to rest your broken wrist gently on your chest, and don’t raise up enough to disturb it. •  Leg Raises  — Targeting both your abs and lower stomach, leg raises are a personal favorite.

Core

•  Segmental Rotations  — These rotations help build core strength. While helping work your abs, this exercise will also help you stretch out your back.  •  Boat Pose  — Talk about a killer core workout! This exercise works your abs, knees, and back for a successful stretch.

Core

•  Squats  — Work your hamstrings, glutes, and lower back all at once. Holding your arms out in front of you will help you balance and keep your wrist safe. •  Step-Ups  — This exercise works your legs hard without distressing your upper body, meaning your wrist is safe.

Lower Body

•  Forward Lunges  — Lunges work your core and quads while also improving balance. This lower body exercise will help build leg strength. •  Calf Raises  — Build strength in your ankles and calves with these raises.

Lower Body

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