There are only two basic upper-body patterns at the core of all CHP exercise - bilateral and opposing. Each is performed with both hands either in unison, reciprocal or alternating fashion. Note how each pattern begins and ends with the elastic cords either inside or outside the wrists, symmetrical or opposed. Expanded variations include suspending the cords over the elbows. Try it with hands together, hands apart, out to the sides and overhead. Hold each isometric position for one or more breaths, chin both up and down.
KEEP BREATHING - THROUGH THE NOSE.
IMPORTANT: Do not grip the yoke. Keep the hand open and relaxed, the fingers extended - picking up with the fingers the radial as you maintain even contact across the back of the hand and fingertips. Maintain cord-length/tension evenly without bouncing or allowing cords to become slack.
"Form is a process that serves you, not an adornment you bring back to hang on your wall." - Chungliang Al Huang