It is near to impossible to give coaching advice on a forum like this as we can not see what you do when firing. Your original post lacks information on how you stand, arrange your arms and hands, and how you hold your handgun. You do mention wrists (plural) and arms (plural) but that is all I can gather from your post.
The Weaver stance came about to control muzzle flip (recoil) and to get a quick controlled follow-up shot. One aspect of the Weaver Stance is the two handed hold of the handgun. The strong hand arm pushes forward as the weak hand pull back against the strong hand. It is an isometric exercise which pretensions the arms including the wrists to reduce muzzle flip. This allows faster follow-up shots.
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