MAXIMISE YOUR GRIP
USING tHE WRINGER TARGETS BOTH EXTENSOR AND FLEXOR MUSCLE GROUPS IN BOTH FOREARMS IN A SINGLE, COMPACT MOTION. THERE'S NO NEED TO DO ANY OTHER FOREARM EXERCISES WHEN YOU USE THE WRINGER.
The group of muscles referred to as Flexors are on the underside of the forearm. They provide the majority of your grip strength, the rest being provided by several smaller muscles located in the hand itself. The Flexors also enable the hand to be flexed downwards at the wrist.
The Extensor group of muscles are found along the top of the forearm. These muscles extend your fingers out straight - working in the opposite way to the Flexors. They also allow the hand to be flexed upwards at the wrist.
While the Flexors and Extensors provide your grip and wrist strength, the Brachioradialis, Biceps and Triceps muscles also play a significant role in the control of your hand, wrist, and forearm movement.
How THE Wringer will improve your performance in your chosen sport...
WHAT THE WRINGER WILL DO FOR YOU
Each twist back and forth you make with the Wringer thoroughly exercises your Flexors, Extensors, Hypothenar and Thenar muscles. The Flexors and Extensors in particular get a full stretch and contraction.
You'll also find your Brachioradialis, Biceps and Triceps are brought into use during each repetition you make. This is especially true for the Brachioradialis muscle which is worked almost as hard as your Flexors and Extensors.
Increase grip strength
Increase wrist stability
Reduce forearm fatigue
Increase bone density
Reduce risk of injury
Used regularly you will notice an increase in grip strength and wrist stability which in turn gives you greater control in virtually all activities involving your hands be it playing golf or playing the piano.
By the very nature of the exercise the Wringer will also increase bone density in the forearm and wrist. Combined with the increased muscle strength this all helps to reduce the risk of injury too.