4. Forearm Stretch
You need a chair to form an upright seated position, with your upper body placed right atop your sit bones, and your spine in an erectly straight position. Now, stretch both your arms right in front of your body with your palms facing downwards. Then, stretch your fingers towards the walls, and continue stretching until you can feel the stretch gently rippling the muscles inside your forearms.
Hold this position for at least 10 seconds before repeating again.
5. Wrist Flexion and Extension with Weight
Also known as a dumbbell stretch, this position requires to take a seating position and rest your forearm on the table with your palms facing downwards and your wrist hanging off. Then, take a light dumbbell in your hand and without breaking the contact between your forearm and the desk, try to flex your wrist upwards.
Gradually and slowly, bring your wrist downwards, and repeat this exercise at least 10 times. Lastly, repeat the entire routine, just skip holding the dumbbell with your palm placed upwards on the table.