Problems with inverse sonic 34-23

Discussion in 'Hand Care' started by Hunter D Johny, Jun 25, 2018.

  1. Hunter D Johny

    Hunter D Johny New Member

    I am currently trying to learn the inverse sonic 34-23, however I seem to have flexibility issues with my ringfinger. My ring- and middle finger can't move independently from one another, or at least when I curl my middle finger the ringfinger does the same thing. So when I try to do the inverse sonic from 34 I have to curl the middlefinger, but then I can't get my ringfinger to stay all the way back. I had similar problems with the twisted sonic 34-23, wich I kinda can do now but the inverse sonic seems completely impossible in the 34 finger slot.
    Any help would be much appreciated!
     
  2. Nine53

    Nine53 Member

    the trick doesnt require good flexibility, and you should be able to do the trick with your fingers straight. try practicing with your palm down as its easier that way.
     
  3. Tigres

    Tigres The Simple Guy Staff Member Moderator

    The thing alot of people tend to do is bend their index finger while doing the trick. This sort of eases out the muscles that resist you from performing the trick. Should definitely try it out.
     
  4. NovaSquared

    NovaSquared Member

    Give up like me and quit w
     

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