Grip/ Stress Ball Hand Finger Exercise Ball Lightweight for Home Office
Item Type: Grip/Stress Ball
A hand exercise ball, is a flexible toy that is squeezed in the hand and moved around by the fingers, ostensibly to relieve stress and muscle tension or to exercise the hand muscles. Its typical diameter is no more than 7 cm. The stress ball is largely believed to have been invented by Patrick Hummel in central Indiana in the middle of the 1980s.
Many grip balls are not spherical, despite their name. Some are embossed with business logos and molded into humorous shapes. They could be given as promotional presents to clients and staff members of businesses. Stress balls are now commonly referred to as stress relievers due to the wide variety of non-spherical shapes that are available.
By promoting blood circulation in the forearm, wrist, fingers, and hands, hand therapy exercise balls help reduce joint pain and stiffness while strengthening the fingers, hands, wrists, and forearms. The therapeutic balls alleviate stiff muscles for better relaxation and flexibility and are excellent for reducing stress and anxiety.
The Hand Exercise Ball is made specifically for exercise treatment and is used to improve the hands, fingers, and forearms. You may exercise and improve your hand mobility while wearing the soft compression to strengthen your fingers and forearms. Additionally, it lessens stress and aids with grip strength. With the Hand Exercise Ball, you may strengthen your grip and increase your dexterity, mobility, and fine and gross motor skills. In order to support both hot and cold therapy, it could be mildly heated or chilled.
2 x Grip Ball
- Squeeze, roll or press the ball to relieve tension and reduce stress.
- Relieve stress and strengthen your hands, forearms and fingers with simple exercises.
- Suitable for primary strength training and rehabilitation training.
- Soft and elastic touch, exercise muscular and finger flexibility.
- Small and portable, can be used at home, in the office, in the classroom or anywhere else.