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Metolius GripSaver Plus Hand Trainer

$17.95

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Metolius GripSaver Plus Hand Trainer

Designed by a doctor to strengthen and balance the muscles of the hand, wrist and forearm, the Metolius Grip Saver Plus Hand Trainer is an incredibly effective tool for rehabbing and preventing climbing-related finger, wrist and elbow injuries.

  • Super effective for rehab or prevention of climbing-related finger, wrist and elbow injuries
  • Exercises the hand through a full, natural range of motion
  • An essential tool for serious climbers
  • Includes step-by-step instructions

Buy the Metolius GripSaver Plus Hand Trainer from Altrec.com. Orders over $45 qualify for free shipping.



4 Star Rating

Reviews - Metolius GripSaver Plus Hand Trainer

5 Stars cuica - 2011-03-28

The tool no climber should be without.
I developed lateral epicondylitis (tennis elbow) and was suffering for weeks until my eye-opening introduction to the Metolius GripSaver Plus Hand Trainer. With specific and brief daily work, the GripSaver Plus decreased both my forearm and elbow pain and rebuilt my crimping strength. I wondered how I ever got along without it. The Metolius GripSaver boosts morale and builds motivation.



4 Stars snowrider - 2011-03-28

wrist saver
I like this little ball, not only for climbing purposes but for injuries also. I have bad wrists and using this really helped me out. The different little stretches are easy but once you get into a rhythm and use it a ton it becomes a handy tool to prevent injury or help recover. this ball comes in different strengths- easy, medium and hard. I have the medium and like the tension it gives, not too much and not too little. If I were trying to strengthen and not repair I think i would opt for the hard instead. very handy tool.



4 Stars davec0ulier - 2011-02-10


i feel like this a is a great product for warming up and stretching your fingers but not necessarily strengthening your hands/fingers. now the only reason i say that is because the amount of resistance is not that strong



 
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