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Hand Exercises With Simple Hand Grips And Exerciser For Busy People

Updated on July 13, 2011

Why We Need To Keep Our Hands In Good Shape! We Use Them All The Time!

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Why You Need To Exercise Your Hands

We often underestimate the importance of our hands and fingers until for some reason,we are not able to use them. Beginning the day with brushing our teeth to bathing and dressing up we require our hands. Not to mention the daily chores we need to do,driving, eating, cooking, writing, serving, lifting up baby to change nappy,etc,...Oh, the list is endless. A soothing manicure once a fortnight can do wonders as also hand moisturizers used daily after your chores. But any small pain due to a cut, a burn or bruise or due to illness such as arthritis and of course, aging, can immobilise us to some extent. And a fracture to the hands or wrist can be doubly painful. It is therefore necessary to take care of our hands and fingers on a daily basis. The more you use your hands the more flexible they are. And, those who regularly engage in some form of exercise will be utilizing their hands as well.

What of those of us who are so busy or plain lazy to get on to our feet for some physical activity? There are a variety of simple hand exercisers available that can be used anywhere. Yes, you can hide one in your office desk, which will give you a chance to workout while you are free after your lunch. It might also help vent your anger when needed.These are not expensive gadgets but, they sure give you the exercise you need. And did we mention, that they help burn calories as well. Keeping your hands in good shape and strengthening them will give you a good feeling. Your forearms and wrists will be ready strengthened and if you need to strengthen any particular finger or muscle or nerve,which is causing pain due to an injury or illness such as arthritis, these gadgets are for you. They cost anywhere upwards of 3$ and can be done while watching TV or working at the office or while commuting. Students can utilize these while studying as well as playing.

Opening pickle jars and building tasks will be a breeze from now on. Everytime you shake hands with someone, your grip will show you to be a confident individual ready to take up new responsibilities and manage tasks successfully.

Gripmaster Hand Exercisers (Light tension, Medium tension and Heavy tension)


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    • Purple Perl profile imageAUTHOR

      Esther Shamsunder 

      9 years ago from Bangalore,India

      Glad you find it useful,Aneesh3.

      DeBorrah,thanks for stopping by.

      Ethel,typing on the computer keyboard only exercises the fingers. It does give you a simple workout, but we need to extend to the palms and wrists as well.

    • ethel smith profile image

      Ethel Smith 

      9 years ago from Kingston-Upon-Hull

      Useful hub. Computing is not usually a good hand exercise is it

    • DeBorrah K. Ogans profile image

      DeBorrah K Ogans 

      9 years ago

      Purple Perl, Great helpful hand exercise tips! Thank you for sharing, Peace & Blessings!

    • Aneesh3 profile image


      9 years ago from India

      Useful hub purple pearl.


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