FIND HANDY SOLUTIONS TO ENHANCE YOUR GRIP STRENGTH
The muscles in the hand and forearm are made up of different groups, including the flexor muscles, extensor muscles, and intrinsic muscles. The flexor muscles are found on the front of the forearm and are responsible for bending the fingers and thumb towards the palm of the hand. The extensor muscles, on the other hand, are located on the back of the forearm and help straighten the fingers and thumb. The intrinsic muscles are found within the hand and are responsible for the fine movements of the fingers and thumb. These muscles are important for a wide range of sports and activities, including gripping and holding objects, writing, typing, and playing musical instruments. They also help maintain proper finger, hand, wrist, and forearm health (including fine motor skills, range of motion, and control), which can prevent injuries like tennis elbow. Whether you are recovering from an injury or looking to improve your hand and forearm strength, our selection of hand therapy aids can provide the support you need to replicate functional movement patterns. Delivering progressive levels of resistance, our TRNR Hand Rings, Hand Flexors, Gel Balls, and Grip Strength offer various ways to strengthen your grip, develop hand dexterity, and even relieve stress. They are also easy to clean and can be used anywhere, making them a convenient choice for hand therapy on the go.