Begin with the posture of Heshi. Separate the two hands 2-3 cm (1 inch) apart and at the same time, start to turn them. Males turn the left hand (female the right hand) towards the chest and turn the right hand outwards, so that the left hand is on top and the right hand is at the bottom. Both hands are in a straight line with the forearms (as shown in Fig. 1-6).
Then, stretch the left forearm diagonally to the upper left, with the palm facing down until the hand reaches the head level. The right hand is still at the chest with the palm facing up. As the left hand is extended, stretch the entire body gradually, push the head upward and press the feet downward. Stretch the left hand upward in the upper left direction, while the right hand that is in front of the chest stretches outward together with the upper arm (as shown in Fig. 1-7). Stretch for about 2 to 3 seconds, and then immediately release the entire body. Move the left hand to the front of the chest and Heshi (as shown in Fig. 1-5).
Then turn the palms again. The right hand (female the left hand) is on top and the left hand is at the bottom (as shown in Fig. 1-8).
The right hand repeats the previous movements of the left hand, that is, extend the right forearm diagonally upward with the palm facing down until the hand has reached as high as the head. The left hand is still at chest with the palm facing upward. After stretching (as shown in Fig. 1-9), immediately release the entire body. Move the hand to Heshi in front of the chest (as shown in Fig. 1-5).
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