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Dynaflex Pro Gyro Wrist Exerciser

Updated on March 19, 2015

Dynaflex Pro Gyro Powerball

The Dynaflex Pro Gyro Wrist Exerciser, is a popular wrist exerciser that can be an excellent gift for any adult.

The popular dynaflex powerball is a useful get fitness tool to have in your house. You can exercise your forearms and wrists regularly each day. An original gift for anyone who is looking to improve their fitness.It can strengthen the whole arm. It is a fun way for people exercise daily, especially if your a sportsman/woman looking to increase the muscles in the wrist for golfers fro example, other sports that it can help with exercise routines are tennis, climbing, cricket, baseball any sport that requires hand and arm strength.


A lot of people suffering health problems use the dynaflex pro gyro powerball to help improve the movement in their arms, wrists and hands

Dynaflex Pro Gyro Wrist Exerciser

Some Features Of The Dynaflex Pro Gyro Wrist Exerciser

The Dynaflex Pro Gyro wrist exerciser is great fun to use, once people see you using one they want to have a go. Robustly built this gyro ball helps with mobility and co-ordination at the same time building up strength in the arms, wrists and hands.

It comes with it's own starter cord which you use to get going, for the advanced user it is possible to get it to start without the cord but it is a little trcky to begin with. There are all sorts of training routines that can be found on the products website along with some videos www.dynaflexpro.com. There are useful videos on youtube that show you how to start and use the dynaflex gryo ball.

It can be quite difficult to use to begin with but with some practice and patience you will soon find the knack of how to get going, once your on your way it's quite addictive you won't want to put it down. It's handy size means that you can carry it around with you and use it anywhere.

It is basically for adults of all ages, for the elderly to keep fit, sports people looking to strenghten there hand and wrists, it is useful for rehabilitation after minor ops to regain orientation and co-ordination. People who suffer from RSI (Repetitive Stress Injury) and Carpel Tunnel Syndrome find that using it helps relieve the pain. (Information from the reviews given on the product on the amazon webpage)

It makes you feel better, the workout it conditions your muscles around the forearms wrist and hands, relaxing you totally from the stresses of day to day activity.

How Useful Is The Dynaflex Pro Gyro Wrist Exerciser?

It's handy to know what other people think of the Dynaflex Pro Gyro once they have had them a while. Here are some actual reviews from product owners (source: www.amazon.com):

Say goodbye to your old spring-grips. Say hello to Dyna-Flex. I bought this for my girlfriend--she's a rock climber. And like many climbers, she already had one, but wore it out from overuse. It's a great strengthening tool and is much more effective and versatile than spring-grips. Plus, it's more interesting to use. Although it does take a little practice to develop proficiency and can get a little noisy at high speeds, it's great to use while watching tv. There are even various ways of using it to condition different muscles in your arms.

My only annoyance with Dyna-flexes is that they are easiest to start-up with a string--a string that is easily lost.

just got this and the reviews are true. takes awhile to get used to, once you got the gyro spinning you got have the spinner outward and rotate wrist, once its going it generates force you instantly feel it work out your arm without the heavy weights. it does what it says. i highly recommend it.

This gyro was a great investment! It has helped me with the strength in my hands, wrists, forearms and shoulders. I also used it to help rehab an injured wrist. At first I was confused on how to get it started so I called the 800 number on the ball. One of their friendly customer service reps walked me through the process and helped me get it started over the phone. Since then I can start it with great consistency. I think this is a product that almost anyone can benefit from.

I purchased the DynaFlex in order to strengthen my wrist and hand after surgery on my wrist for a ganglion cyst. I was nervous about purchasing it because some reviewers said it was hard to start. However, I found it very easy to start with the string that is provided. It only took a few tries handling the DynaFlex to find that "sweet spot" when the gyroscope takes off and starts exercising your hand. Not only has my grip improved (in a very short while) but I find it very convenient to use. (I like to use it while watching TV.) It is possible to vary the speed of the workout so that you can gently exercise your hand (especially important when it is still recovering from an injury). It is also true that this device exercises and strengthens your lower arm (you can feel it working!). I haven't used it long enough to say whether it has also strengthened my upper arm, but I imagine that it will - at least to some extent. I like the DynaFlex so much, that I ordered one for a friend who is recovering from a broken wrist. If you think I'm some young sports buff...think again. I'm 56 and happy to do anything to keep the strength in my hands. My friend reports that she likes it too and she is in her 60s.

Follow the link at the beginning of the Hubpage to see how dynaflex pro works.

Dynaflex Powerball Wrist Exerciser Video

In this video you'll see a demonstration of theDynaflex Pro Gyro Wrist Exerciser Powerball in action.

Tell us your how the dynaflex pro can help you!

What Exercises do you do to build up your wrist muscles ?

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      Digory LM 5 years ago

      Looks good. I don't do enough for my wrists.

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      cmadden 5 years ago

      The wrist exerciser looks like it would be a help in maintaining wrist tone, especially for folks who spend a lot of time at their keyboards.

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      lesliesinclair 5 years ago

      This does look like a useful device, and I'm afraid that keyboarding isn't doing much to build up my wrist muscles.

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      anonymous 6 years ago

      Good article for the first lens.

      I haven't yet worked up my wrist muscles but want to do that now.

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