Wrist and Hand Movement Breakdowns 2 of 7: Isolated Outside Hand Circle

In this segment, we examine a foundation movement where the wrist stays in one spot, and the hand sweeps around from that base. Although this movement, on its own, is infrequently used, it is important as a building block that will help you to pick up subsequent hand vocabulary much more quickly. We’ll practice the movement, then go over the information you need to identify and fix several common issues with timing, range of motion, and trajectory.

Back to Part 1: Hand Position
Onward to Part 3: Sweeping Wrist Articulation

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