Benefits of Using Your Opposite (Non-Dominant) Hand
Benefits of Using Your Opposite (Non-Dominant) Hand Per goodfinancialcents.com, try using your non-dominant hand to write. Use it to control the computer mouse or television remote. Brush your teeth with your other hand. You’ll probably notice it’s much harder to be precise with your movements. When I first started to brush my teeth with my left hand, it was hard to actually move my hand instead of my head.
As I get older, it seems that I’m constantly getting these nagging injuries from me doing my crazy Crossfit workouts. (You can ask the wife, she’s tired of hearing me complain). I’ve tweaked my shoulder, left knee, right trap (upper back), forearm, and; most recently, my right bicep. I had nev...
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