I weight lifts daily and also do parkour and I tend to have problems with my wrists and forearms (edit: specifically it's my right wrist and my left forearm. my left wrist is completely OK and my right forearm is completely OK), especially when performing a back handspring my arms hurt a lot, but also when lifting weights, for example when exercising biceps, the wrist of my right arm is killing me.
The pain is present only during the activity itself and nothing hurts when not exercising. An elastic bandage tends to help a lot, so, my questions are:
Should I use elastic bandages to tighten my wrist and hope that one day I won't need them, or will they cause me more trouble than they will help me?
What else should I do to help my arms get used to heavy activities like this?
What exercises should I do either before the training or during the training to exercise my wrists/arms to get stronger? Should I use bandages while doing so?
Disclaimer: I don't consider my life being in danger and I don't see this as a serious health issue. I know that I should see a doctor when in need of a medical attention. I just want the opinion of experienced people in the field. I am not replacing my doctor by this community. I hope all is OK and understood, as once on another stackexchange site, people refused to answer my question, not wanting to take the responsibility for my health. This is not the case.
EDIT: Current solution in the answers saying "try to give your body 48-72 hours of restitution between workouts" is not an acceptable solution (in my case). There are days when because of work I cannot do any physical activity at all - sometimes it's even up to 7 days of a complete rest for my body - and yet, when I get "back to working out", my wrist starts to hurt the same way again. Not immediately, but after for example doing a bridge or a back handspring.