Finger Stretch Hand Clenching - Range of Motion - Forearm-Hand

Finger Stretch Hand Clenching

Since most people spend a substantial amount of time typing, it is imperative that fingers stretches are done regularly to keep the joints fluid. The Finger Stretch Hand Clenching is a great range of motion and is good for your forearm-hand.

Instructions:

This exercise is quite common and most of you might already be doing it without knowing that it helps fluid joint movement. Put your palms together such that your finger are pointing upwards. Stretch your fingers and press your palms together as much as you can. Then keep the base of your palms together and slowly lower your arms till they are horizontal. From this position lower your arms a little further and you will be able to feel a stretch on your fingers and wrists.

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