What it does: provides a firm full grip around objects for increased
stability and power. Strengthens fingers, thumb, wrist and forearm
for a firm grip. A simple exercise that works every hand and
forearm muscle that every musician uses.
How to execute: place the middle of the fingers
on the buttons with the fingertips wrapped over
the top. Position the ergonomic palm bar
across the palm with the hook over the web
space between the thumb and index finger,
flex the thumb and all fingers toward the
center of the unit as if making a fist.
What it does: provides
extra power to the small
muscles at the base of the
thumb and pinky finger to
enhance your grasping ability.
Great for bass and horn players
or any musician that stands while
performing to en sure a firm hold on your instrument.
How to execute: place the hook of the ergonomic base between
the ring & pinky fingers and across the base of the pinky finger.
Reach across the palm with the thumb to press the button closest
to the fingers.
What it does:
forearm muscles that bend the
wrist to enhance instrument
handling and weight bearing
activities. Strengthens wrist and forearm
muscles. Beneficial for drummers looking to
increase wrist strength and endurance.
How to execute: remove ergonomic palm bar. Stand unit upside
down on a table. Rest the forearm of the wrist to be exercised in
the other hand. Position the bar across the palm and press the bar
in a downward motion while flexing only the wrist joint.
What it does: allows fingers to press individually or in combinations
to improve finger coordination, dexterity and strength. The ideal
exercise to simulate muscle and finger motions utilized running
a piano or any string, wind or brass instrument.
The most effective exercise for building
individual finger strength no matter what
instrument you play.
How to execute: position Prohands
in the hand similar to the hook grasp
exercise. Place finger tips on