I then had the stroke of genius to help all of my musician friends by writing this post.
|Valentina Lisitsa plays one of my favorite renditions of Beethoven's Moonlight Sonata|
If you are a piano player, here are some things you might consider as starting points for your training.
If your movement quality is really shitty, you might try push ups done on your knees (also called girl push ups though I am not a fan of the term). I suggest these to work out the arms first, and focus on extending the wrists, and elbows in the event that you might be too limited to mess around with anything else.
If you're extra fucked up, you might try using the machine to do some partial rows and work up to full rows (starting from full extension and pulling back) and then moving towards the knee pushups.
From there, perhaps full pushups with the body straightened and/or goblet squats to parallel or higher depending on how you sit on the piano bench. Better, us a bench/box at the gym to figure that out.
|Sara Daneshpour playing Tchaikovsky|
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