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Ah, the powerball. I had forgotten these existed after I broke mine. A powerball is indeed a workout tool, but it has an extremely limited effect. It can help with strengthening grip by engaging forearm muscles, but depending on how you "swing" it, you can get some upper arm and shoulder work into it. Forearms To train forearm and grip, have a constant 90 ...


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My yoga instructor told me to fold my fingers over my hand with the four fingers reaching towards my wrist and my thumb goes up against the side of my pointer finger so the pad of my thumb is flat with the topside of my knuckles. This provides stability in the wristt and no injury to the fingers or nails. I sprained my wrist really bad 6 months ago and have ...


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So you either have weak grip or your hands are actually physically slipping. Both very fixable issues, so don't be discouraged! If it is ACTUAL slipping, then there's a few things you can do. First, flour doesn't work NEARLY as well as just pure chalk. You know the stuff that olympic lifters use? You can get some at any supplement store or sports store for ...


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It is a training tool, it's just not the ultimate tool that the website claims it to be. I've used it mostly for work on grip strength and forearm stabilization. Use it at a high speed, with a wide fingered grip to promote the grip strength, and rotate the forearm around the "axis". Also you can flex/extend the wrist to work on the forearm. I've used it ...


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I hate to be the one who has to tell you this, but I have to agree with John P, at least to a degree. Football players have to be packed with a lot of muscles, which is easier attainable with weights. Some exercises that would enhance arm and hand strength probably include bicep curls, bench press, shoulder press, and dumbbell rows. I would honestly be more ...



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