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The setup for performing the wenning wrist flicks is you need to imagine that you lock the flexed elbow at 90 degrees and perform a handshake motion at the wrist, with an open hand and neutral grip. When you point your fingers up and your thumb toward you, this is known as radial deviation. The opposite motion (in which you point your fingers down) is called ulnar deviation, and these movements are a great way to think of this next exercise. Sit on a bench with your forearms wresting on your thighs so that your wrists are free to move. Grab a kettlebell by the horns with a neutral grip so that it is inverted. This is the radially deviated starting position from which you begin the eccentric portion of the rep.