3D 90 Maltron Exercise 2
Introducing the c key and the comma key.
Use the little finger of the left hand for the comma key and - of course - for the a key too. The movement may feel a little strange because the little finger won't be used to it, but you will get used to it. Likewise the index finger is used for the c key and the s key.
It is valuable to repeat exercises but do not attempt these exercises if you are tired. Also do not work on these exercises for more than two hours without a big break. A part of learning is repetition, but not all of it. Another part of learning is internal to the body and concerns building new memories etc.; this happens in the rest period after the exercise. Some rest is a required part of the course.
Click into each box at the end of the text and press Enter (Return) to start typing.
Key each line at least twice.
If you watched your fingers then go back and repeat this exercise again, without watching your fingers this time.
This last set you should key at least three times.
Now is a good time to briefly stretch yourself, roll your head gently to help blood flow to neck muscles; shake your hands gently to help the blood supply. No part of your body is made to sit still for a long time - not even your feet! Finally check your posture and go to exercise 3.