#1
I'm having difficulty warming up my right hand. I mean, literally, keeping it warm and loose, so I can play better. Same goes for my left hand as well (I play right handed).

I mean, to warm up my left hand, I do the chromatic scale in various keys for about 10 minutes. But how should I warm up my right hand. It's extremely frustrating, as even now, it's cold, hard to stretch, and can't even type well or accurately.
#2
Hold it under hot water for a few minutes.
Massage your entire arm, shoulder to fingertips, to keep circulation going.
Stay warm; put on a jumper, close the window, turn your heating up etc.

Should help a bit.
Last edited by blue_strat at Nov 8, 2007,
#3
Quote by blue_strat
Hold it under hot water for a few minutes.
Massage your entire arm, shoulder to fingertips, to keep circulation going.

Should help a bit.



Thanks! I'll try that out.
#4
i have the same problem, have poor circulation, if you run it under warm, not hot water while massaging it, you should be ok
#6
normally chromatics warm up both my hands. Try scales too. I take one type of scale (sharps or flats) and I play through all of those type for warm up after doing the chormatics. make sure to play at a slow very comfortable speed.
#9
Hah, like someone said, keep it in warm water for a bit. Not too long, because they'll get all wrinkly. Make sure you do some finger stretches, and then some finger exercises SLOWLY.
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