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Xtensor Finger Extension Exerciser exercises and rehabilitates the fingers and hand, providing a specialized method of conditioning flexibility and strength of the fingers. Continuous tension applied to opening the hands using an optimal line of motion replicating the exact opposite movement to closing the hands.
The science behind The Xtensor is based on three fundamental principles: strength conditioning, muscle balance and blood flow
The goal is to minimize and even reverse imbalances that develop in the muscles and tendons of the hands, wrists and elbows due to forceful repetitive gripping and squeezing required by life's daily activities. Over time muscle imbalances have proven to inhibit optimal performance. As the finger flexor muscles and tendons that close the hand perpetually get stronger, thicker and tighter as we age, the finger extensor muscles that open the hands get overlooked and continue getting weaker as people age due to a lack of exercise to counter repetitive forceful gripping.
What makes The Xtensor a game changing device is the ability for the 1st time expose the finger flexor muscles in the palms to repetitive flexibility exercises while simultaneously strengthening the finger extensor muscles that open your hands. For most people, grip strength is not the issue, it's how tight, overdeveloped the finger flexor muscles in the palms and wrists become due to over exposure required to accomplish life's daily activities See for yourself, The Xtensor fits either hand with tension adjustments specific to each finger.
Increasing blood flow to hard to reach areas like the tendons deep in the elbow; the site of most elbow pain delivers powerful very needed compounds like vitamins, minerals and amino acids essential for the healing process. Doing this through exercise also helps maintain a healthy relationship between opposing muscle groups in the hands, wrists and forearms enabling greater amounts of stress to be absorbed and increasing speed and range of motion in the fingers.
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