How to use your Wringer

Wringers are very easy to use. Here are the three basic recommended exercises...

 


Adjusting the resistance

Adjusting the resistance your Wringer provides is super easy. Twist the grips clockwise to increase and anti-clockwise to decrease - just like turning a tap on and off. 

Wringer forearm exerciser. Wring it out. Get a grip. Improve your grip - improve your game.
 

"Full throttle" 

The most natural and basic exercise.

Hold your Wringer in front of you with both palms facing down.

Twist the grips in opposite directions as far as you can. 

Now simply twist the grips back again as far as you can. 

Repeat

 

Wringer forearm exerciser. Wring it out. Get a grip. Improve your grip - improve your game.

"Fisherman" 

A different take on the basic “Full throttle” grip. This can help to balance the muscles of each arm against each other. 

Hold your Wringer vertically in front of you with your palms facing each other.

Twist the grips in opposite directions as far as you can.

Now simply twist the grips back again as far as you can. 

Repeat

 

Wringer forearm exerciser. Wring it out. Get a grip. Improve your grip - improve your game.

"Butler" 

The “Butler” helps to keep your movement strict giving a more intense workout. 

Hold your Wringer behind your back with both palms facing out. 

Twist the grips in opposite directions as far as you can.

Now simply twist the grips back again as far as you can. 

Repeat

 

Wringer forearm exerciser. Wring it out. Get a grip. Improve your grip - improve your game.

To build strength/size

If you want to increase ultimate strength and/or increase muscle size you should do fewer, more intense repetitions with a maximum rest of 30secs between sets. 

Step 1
Aim to do 1 minute
Step 2
Around 40secs
Step 3
25-30secs
Step 4
You should only be able to do around 15-20secs. If you’re able to do more then you need to tighten your Wringer.

 

To increase staminar

If you want to increase your staminar you should aim for more repetitions at a lower setting. 

Step 1
Aim to do 2 minutes
Step 2
Around 1 minute 30secs
Step 3
1 minute
Step 4
You should be able to do around 40secs. If you’re not able to do it for that long then you need to loosen your Wringer.

 

Rehabilitation

If you are recovering from an injury to your hand, wrist or arm and you want to build your strength back up we recommend taking it slowly. Start on a very easy setting and gradually increase.

These are only guidelines of course and every case is different. If you’re not sure consult a doctor or physiotherapist!