If you’re anything like me, you probably spend a lot more time doing things every day that require you to close your hands instead of open them—stuff like typing, mousing, writing, cooking, holding a steering wheel, holding a book or phone, gardening, sweeping, vacuuming, playing an instrument, etc.
The hand-closing list of activities goes on and on…
Constantly closing your hands without counterbalancing with other movements can contribute to issues like arthritis, carpal tunnel syndrome, and elbow tendinitis.
In today’s post, you’ll learn an exercise to help offset the negative effects of constant hand-closing and bring movement you might be missing to your lower arms and hands.
Sometimes it’s the movements that seem the simplest that make the most significant impact, and this is one of them.
I’d love to know how this exercise goes for you. Make sure and tell me in the comments below.
Wishing you all the very best,