(Part 2) Moving on to Your Fingers

1
Start between your pinky and ring fingers. The loose end of your wrap should again be hanging from the outside of your hand. Draw it under your palm to where your wrist meets the ball of your thumb. From there, pull it over the top of your hand and down in between your pinky and ring fingers. Then draw the wrap to the inside of your hand. Pull it up and over your index knuckle and then across the back of your hand to where it meets your wrist.
  • Looking at the top of your hand, you will now see that you have formed an X, with the loose end once again hanging off the outside of your hand.

2
Make a second X. Draw the loose end under your hand so that it comes up below your thumb, as before. Now pull it over the top of your hand and down in between your ring and middle fingers. Draw the wrap to the inside of your hand. Pull it around your index knuckle and then cross the back of your hand again, finishing as before with the loose end hanging from the outside of your hand, at its bottom.
3
Make one last X. Repeat the same process. Only this time, pull the wrap down in between your middle and index fingers. This way, each knuckle will be supported and safely separated from each other, reducing the risk of injury. Finish as before by drawing the wrap from the inside of your hand, across the back, and down around the bottom, where it meets your wrist

 

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