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    Can't place palms up
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    Monkeymorgan posted:
    When I try and place my palms up and my arms are straight I can't do it. The best I can do is have my palms face each other like I'm clapping. Other people have tried to roll them over and unless I roll my whole body I can't get my palms up. This has never been a problem but I'm 17 and beginning to wonder how I will get change in a drive through window. It is also affecting my techniques in karate which is just frustrating more than anything else. What could cause such a thing? I have never broken a bone. My dad and brother have the same problem but it isn't nearly as bad for them. Has anyone ever even heard of such a thing?
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