Hands, Wrists & Fingers (32 min) This 32 min video takes you through an intensive series of moves to strengthen the power and precision-gripping muscles of the hands and fingers. Plus grip strength is a marker of overall muscle strength, with almost all the muscles that move your wrists and hands located in your forearms. Wrist strengthening, along with grip strength, is a component of virtually every upper body strength move. Working your wrists plays a major role in stabilizing your arms in so many Pilates exercises where your hands are wrapped around bars and poles. Stronger wrists translate to improved function in your elbows and shoulders, particularly with exercises like push-ups, pull-ups, and triceps-dips. In addition, this series works the intrinsic muscles in the hand that define their arches, bend the knuckles, and oppose with the thumbs. The finger strengthening exercises contained within are designed to build some of the muscles needed for managing things like a pencil (remember pencils?) as well as other precision finger movements. Similar to the way you dedicate yourself to your total-body workouts, you'll be best-served by giving the same level of attention to your hands. After all, the hands are the most used part of the body. Note: This video should not be used by people with inflammation or serious joint damage unless recommended by a healthcare professional.

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Tensatoner Disclaimer.pdf
Tensatoner™ HANDS, WRISTS & FINGERS Sequence
£30.00 / 30 days

Author: Brooke Siler Pilates