and fingers and improve grip! This has been found to be the best
exercise to work all these muscles for strength and tone while
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome. You roll the weight up until it
the handle, then roll it back down slowly. Feel the healthy burn
that builds muscle and leaves you feeling great!
Use it with low
weights to tone and
high weights to strengthen and achieve bigger, more defined
Stronger forearms and wrists can provide extended range for basketball
shooting and football throwing, or power for baseball hitting!
Wrist strain is common among sportspersons and also people who work at jobs that involve intensive wrist movement. Strong wrists are a must for sportspersons who play games like basketball, baseball, golf or tennis. The wrist roller at JumpUSA.com is the ideal exercise equipment for sportspersons who want to develop their wrists increase their range for basketball throwing or baseball hitting. The wrist roller consists of a handle which you can use to roll weights up and down for building wrist strength and grip. The wrist roller can be used with low weight to tone the forearms, and with heavier weights to strengthen the arms and build muscle. The unique design of the wrist roller ensures that you can easily add any weight to the roller, whether it is regular weight or Olympic. The wrist roller is also essential is preventing carpal tunnel syndrome which can affect people who work at computers for long hours. Wrist roller forearm exercises strengthen the carpal ligament and prevent the problem of carpal tunnel syndrome from occurring. The wrist roller is available at this store for affordable prices and you can buy these with 7.5 lbs weight or without weight if you want to use your own weights with the roller.
More benefits of
Throw balls harder and
spin, Catch balls better, More spin, power and accuracy on Tennis and
swings, Better grip for Wrestlers and Martial Artists, and Reduced
injury to hands and wrists!
Tunnel Syndrome (see
makes it easy to take
off or put on any weights - Olympic or regular.
ensures no splinters
lbs of weight
(Item # WRISTSET)
2.5 lbs weight and 5
lbs. weight allows
2.5, 5, 7.5 lbs gradual increase
(Item # WRISRLLR)
|What is Carpal Tunnel
may have it or know someone that does. Do you use the
a lot? Do you feel discomfort in your wrists? Don't let it
progress! Exercise those muscles to prevent CTS from developing
Progressive Symptoms: Cold,
sharp pains in the forearm or wrist, shaking, even loss of function to
the thumb or first fingers.
Who is at risk? Often
people who are at the
computer a lot - typing or moving the mouse for hours, playing musical
instruments, working at cash registers, or filing papers. Any
wrist movement over time can trigger it.
What do wrist rollers do?
Wrist rollers strengthen
your arms and stretch the carpal ligament. You can help
problem or prevent it from occuring in the first place.
CARPAL TUNNEL TEST
of the increase of computer usage and internet commerce, Carpal Tunnel
Sydrome is becoming a growing concern. Here's a quick and easy
to test to see if you may have Carpal Tunnel Syndrome.
arms at a 90 degree angle
and hold your hands straight out so your fingers and thumbs are almost
touching. Hold this for 60 seconds.
sees you, tell them
to do it too to alleviate the embarrassment of your position!)
- If you feel throbbing, numbing,
discomfort, or heat or cold,
you are showing symptoms and may have Carpal Tunnel Syndrome.
- Do not fret! Carpal Tunnel
Sydrome can be controlled
or prevented with one simple exercise! Roll those wrists and
no more! Plus you'll have added forearm strength, finger
and grip strength for firmer handshakes.
"Swollen tendon sheaths compress the very
nerve against other wrist structures... this [wrist rolling] exercise
a strong flexion with a strong wrist extension, and this helps to
and strengthen the tendons that cross through the carpal tunnel...
benefit is that exercise will increase the blood flow and temperature
the tissue around the tendons and median nerve. Elevated
will make the transverse carpal tunnel more pliable and reduce pressure
on the median nerve. In addition, exercise-induced heat can block
the pain-conducting properties of some nerve fibers."
Steven Always, PhD, FASCM, Muscular
99 p. 169-171