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prohands Gripmaster Medium Tension Hand and Finger Exerciser - Red, 7 Pounds
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- Challenges each finger individually using patented spring-loaded finger piston technology
- Greatly improves hand, wrist, and forearm strength
- Develops dexterity and endurance
- Fits in your pocket so you can exercise anytime, anywhere
- Ergonomic palm cushion for added comfort
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Gripmaster Hand Exerciser
The Gripmaster Hand Exerciser conditions the fingers, hand, wrist and forearm with a unit you can carry in your pocket.
Professional sports trainers, athletes and therapists use Gripmaster because of its unique ability to provide an effective isolated resistance workout.
All athletes have a common goal to develop and maintain strength, control, endurance, coordination and dexterity to ensure their competitive edge.
Gripmaster is here to help you reach and accomplish your goals.
- Begin all exercises slowly and use low resistance and few repetitions
- Hold each position 3-5 seconds and relax - repeat 5 to 10 times
- Little by little, increase to 3 sets of 10 (30 reps)
- When graduating to higher resistance begin again with 5 to 10 reps and build slowly
- If you experience pain or fatigue - stop immediately
- Extra Light (3 lb per finger) for average hands: Yellow
- Light (5 lb per finger) for average hands: Blue
- Medium (7 lb per finger) for above average hands: Red
- Heavy (9 lb per finger) for stronger hands: Black
Gripmaster is the #1 hand exerciser in the world because of its unique ability to isolate and strengthen each finger individually for optimum conditioning of the hand, wrist and forearm. Used by professional athletes, musicians, and anyone wanting strong well-conditioned hands, wrists and forearms.See all Product Description
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There are lots of different tensions offered for sale, and lots of very mixed reviews on which is best. My advice is to head to the manufacturer's website (prohands.net) and look at the various exercises they recommend, and see which is best for you and your purposes. Roughly: if you just want to improve your overall grip strength a little (e.g. for tennis), and don't especially care about the strength of individual fingers, heavy is probably fine; but if you want to improve the strength of each finger individually (e.g. for guitar), start out much lighter than you think you need to (for your weakest fingers) and work your way up from there.
I lost a finger and received tendon damage in a fight with a dog a few years ago, and have recently taken up fencing with the Sabre again, which needless to say is tricky without the prescribed number of digits on your sword-hand. I bought this item to improve my grip on my remaining fingers and it's been a great success. I began with the Red version here (7lbs) then moved on to Black (9lbs) and now I'm on the Grey (11lbs). I keep them on my desk at work and exercise my grip whilst I'm on the phone. The improvement in my grip strength has been enormous and I can maintain my grip on my Sabre even in the most vigorous blade-work.
If you partake in a sport, or in any sort of activity, which requires firm and enduring grip, get yourself one of these, work consistently with it, and move up to the next grade when you are ready. It really works!
Rated 5 stars because of the quality of the product.
I've been lifting weights for over 20 years and after trying this, I found several of my fingers weak, that is being unable to participate a lot when I tried to squeeze my Gripmaster. I got the red one, which is medium tension, and while overall its not TOO hard to do, there are a few fingers that just can't keep up! I think what I'll do is just use this one until all my fingers can do the exercise equally, and then move up to the next higher tension model.
Looking for a good way to strengthen the individual fingers? Try it- you'll be surprised how much of a workout some of your fingers will get. Guitar players, people who type a lot, or anyone trying to rehab a hand will greatly benefit. Also suggest Treat Your Own Tennis Elbow for elbow tendonitis.
Well, that was a month ago, and I can honestly report in this short time my practice has more than doubled. I can now play for a solid hour without a single tweak or twinge. And then another session later in the day. Plus non musical things like opening bottles, turning taps, even picking up a kettle - all transformed. This exerciser has literally stopped and reversed the ageing process.
(I'm currently on the red model, but will upgrade to the next strength if and when needed. I do five repetitions of five seconds each on the 11 exercises on the website - every second day or sometimes third. ) The company is very responsible in warning people not to overdo it.
I originally bought the heavy tension as advised by another user. But I found it too difficult.
After using the medium for a week I can now use the heavy using fingers and palm exercises. I tend to alternate use of heavy and medium in each hand (I usually exercise both hands together)
My pinky cannot lower on either though!
There are so many exercises available to download as PDF from the gripmaster website depending on why you are using your gripmaster. So the medium is very difficult to compress on some of the exercises - which is the whole point as you are trying to increase the strength in each finger and the various muscles in your palm and back of your hand.
My finger and hand strength has increased vastly since using this product. I have big blocks of solid muscle I can tense and flex! It's quite scary...
I highly recommend this product over cheap imitations.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Pro - pretty hard, makes your fingers really work.
Con - My girlfriend complains I hold her hand too tightly.
Excellent for the obvious exercise but also great for elderly to keep dexterity and coordinationPublished 10 days ago by chomp
Made a noticeable improvement to my grip strength and therefore climbing ability. Only issue is that after extended use the plastic along the bottom weakened and snapped along the... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
I bought this having been recommended to try something like this to help clear up a forearm injury. I remember a similar product tears ago called Riff Grip, aimedvarvguitarists. Read morePublished 1 month ago by singlereed
This actually works and doesn't clack too much when using it. I use it to improve my grip for bouldering. It had an immediate effect. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Mark
I recently snapped my arm near the wrist and was told by my physiotherapist about this product. It has worked a treat, the strength in my grip has almost completely returned due to... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Amazon Customer