1. Stand straight, feet shoulder-width apart. Extend both arms in front of you at shoulder level.
2. Lift the brushes up, hold your fingers together. The palms are facing forward, as if leaning on an invisible wall.
3. Maximize the tension of the brush. Without changing the position of the hands and without reducing tension, very slowly turn the right hand clockwise as much as possible, the left - counterclockwise, then vice versa. The palms are directed forward all the time.
4. Perform turns from 3 to 10 times, without easing the voltage. The breath is arbitrary.
It differs from the first in that the fingers are spread wide as far as possible.
Increases the strength of the hands, restores their blood supply. It helps a lot with impaired functioning of the nerves that control the muscles of the hands.
Text: From the book of Ar Eddar “The Beginning of Hatha Yoga”