The Power Web Combo Hand Exerciser offers the unique advantage of two resistance levels on one web, offering greater flexibility and value. It is identical in size band weight as the original Power We... Click To Read More About This Product
The Power Web Combo Hand Exerciser offers the unique advantage of two resistance levels on one web, offering greater flexibility and value. It is identical in size band weight as the original Power Web with the same high quality construction and materials.
The hands and wrists are two of the most frequently injured parts of the body. Many trainers incorporate Power Webs into their strengthening programs or as a pre-game warm-up for developing strength, dexterity, and range of motion.
Specific benefits for the guitarist
You won't find hand strengthening devices as versatile and easy to use as Power Webs. These effective exercisers can be utilized for hard-to-imitate joint actions.
Allows duplication of virtually all joint actions including flexion, extension, opposition, abduction, adduction, probation, and sup nation
Resistance of each web can be modified to meet specific needs by adjusting hand position and/or depth of finger insertion.
Both hands can be exercised at once, or a single finger isolated and exercised
Accommodates all hand sizes and strength levels
Exercise coupled with proper resistance allows for full range of motion
Color coded resistance levels for variability
Latex free available only in medium resistance
One exerciser does the work of many
Easy and fun to use
Illustrated manual included
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Comments about Finger Fitness Power Web Combo Hand Exerciser:
The strong smell is why I took one star away. I have to put it in a plastic bag and store it in the utility room. It also leaves a odor and dry powdery feeling on hands. I now wear latex gloves when using the Power Web. I am in my sixties with mild arthritis in hands. The red and blue combo seems just right. There are other colors with different resistances. I would start out slow...maybe 5 minutes the first day. Found that out the hard way! There is a YouTube demo of exercises. There are some instructions, included but found them lacking. Have just used it twice, since I overdid and had to back off for a while but I think it will help.