I'm not sure exactly how it started but after a layoff and returning to gym the bones in both my wrists ( and also both thumb joints ) started "moving around" during some exercises. Not really pain per se but uncomfortable and disturbing when it happens and it is audible.. not the typical tendon "snap" sound more like a very deep rumbling/shifting sound. It seems like the ligaments/muscles in my hand/wrist may have gotten looser and there is enough play for the bones to move around more than they should be now and they are moving in and out of alignment... basically my guess is the joint stability isn't what it should be.
For instance it will happen if i allow bar to go past a certain point on wrist curls. Has anyone had an issue like this with their wrists? I am trying to do some basic light forearm work like partial wrist curls/reverse wrist curls in hopes it will strengthen the area and eventually stabilize the wrist joint but I am looking for any general advice on how to strengthen and improve wrist joint stability before I end up with an injury if my wrist happens to "shift" at an inopportune moment. I also have small wrists which probably doesnt help this matter either.