Reverse Crossed-Arm Shower

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     The Reverse Crossed-Arm Shower is a variation of the Shower in which the pattern is juggled with your arms crossed. Unlike the standard Crossed-Arm Shower, the Reverse variation has horizontal passes made from the hand crossed under, rather than the hand on top. Such labeling is ultimately arbitrary, as I could have just as easily made this form the standard variation. Naming aside, the Reverse Crossed-Arm Shower can be learned by taking the standard Crossed-Arm Shower tutorial and simply crossing your dominant hand underneath your non-dominant hand, so that you are making horizontal passes from the below instead of above.