A Practical Guide to Forearm Rotation


Let’s review some of the main principles and terminology we have been looking at: Stable joints - Think of the forearm, wrist and hand as one unit. The stable joints are the wrist (no breaking or bending at the wrist) and the elbow (move out and back on the horizontal plane but do not dip up and down vertically). Hand position - We aim for a natural curve in the fingers, avoiding curled and flat-fingered positions. Knuckles are supported, never collapsed. Fingers - The fingers do not lift from the main knuckle but are lifted by...

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