Hand Stretching Warm-up Routine for Guitar Players

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CAUTION advised

I am not a doctor or physical therapist. It may be wise to consult your doctor or physical therapist before doing any stretching exercises. The stretches in this video have worked for me, but we all have different bodies and not all exercises are appropriate or advisable for everyone. This is especially true if you have any pre-existing conditions.

Go slow. In the beginning, keep sessions short. Pay close attention to the sensations in your hands and stop if you feel pain.

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Comments on Hand Stretching Warm-up Routine for Guitar Players

  1. Cecil says:

    Trying to get thru these exercises

    1. Tomas says:

      Go slow. I recommend starting with a few and adding more little by little as you get the hang of it.

  2. John says:

    Definitely need to add this warmup to my practice routine. I’ve been doing the no-no of having my thumb bent at the first knuckle to press the back of the guitar. Ouch!!

    1. Tomas says:

      You’re right John. The bent thumb thing will get pretty sore over time.

  3. Diane says:

    I now do these everyday. I did one day without and did my finger developers. Next day did hand warm up and flew through finger developers. Noticeable difference!

    1. Tomas says:

      That’s good to hear Diane.

  4. Bob says:

    My hands usually feel cold, but after the warmup they feel great. Wonderful workout Tomas!

    1. Tomas says:

      Stretching is good 🙂

  5. Graham says:

    Great video but took me ages to get through the first 5 minutes because it kept freezing. Will try to remember what to do in future

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