I'm going to do an arm series. I'm going to start with the arms with a nice clean hand with the fingertips. The middle finger in line with the armpit. This is my shoulder, a little too high. We're going to bring the arms far back and then we're going to stop directly in line with that arm pit. It's going to go fast.
Stop. Six, seven, eight palm staff, small little armpit circles going forward.
Big circles going back slower. Rhythm, two, three, four, way back. Good stomach, slightly smaller. Medium three, four, five, six, seven and tiny around the comfort of your own Pitt. Six, seven, eight, neck lengthens blind. Then hold. We're going to put your hands in. Imaginary back pockets. Squeeze, squeeze. Pull in the at five, six, seven. Sometimes I do this with a little pulsing leg, but this is just arms. This is for the back of your arms and pull. Two, three nong. Neck pod six seven pinch the elbows behind you.
If you are looking in the mirror, you wouldn't be able to see your elbows. They hiding behind your torso. Don't move your up or arm. Just the lower arm lifts for the back of your arm. Lift fingers tight together. Palms to the floor. Down and lift and lift.
Dam lift back shot. Squeeze those wings together. Up and up. What a lovely view and hold. Make a fist. Bring your knuckles down. You're going to crisscross. Cross your wrist. Chest high facing front.
Let go. Keep your arm straight. Hold it. Hold it. Hold it. Keep your elbow straight back the further further. Now Clap your hands. Don't bend your elbows.
It's almost like someone is holding your wrist down and I'm going to indicate the movement starts from the outside of the shoulder. The lower arm lifts because the deltoid you shoulder, the outside the shoulder is moving first doesn't come from here. It comes from the side. Going to take two little inhales and think of the outside of the shoulder. Your arms are going to lift and then feel the air squeezing out from under the armpit, shoulder, shoulder, armpit, armpit that you can feel that. Yeah, and one take four up.
You have to be really good ballerina. I know, I know. It's sort of good, but think as, as the machine's opening, you lifting from the side of the shoulders to bring it in, you'll get a much better arm workout and you open and you close and the pinkies are en to the hand and see, ah, takes muscle. Swan Lake. I can do that. But I feel that, and I'm drawing that machine in. Feel arms to the side. It's clean and think the delt. Thank you.