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Wrist Posture
How we hold an object has everything to do with the force our fingers can produce.  Posture of the wrist can change up to
The Cornerstone Of Hand Function
The Interosseous muscles are often forgotten in strength training.  Yet, research tells us they are the cornerstone of hand function and are the key
Circular Wrist Rollers
In 1841, Sir Joseph Whitworth, an english mechanical engineer and inventor published, A Paper on a Uniform System of Screw Threads.  He presented the
Finger Force Production
Grip strength is affected by many factors, body position, hand placement, arm angle, finger length, finger span and more. Finger forces change involuntarily during
Lateral Pinch Grip Space
In a normal population Grip Strength reaches its maximum somewhere in the 3rd decade of life and tends to decrease around the age of
Testing Grip
There is a significant positive correlation between hand dimensions and handgrip strength. In studies hand grip is the most reliable clinical method of estimating
Maximizing Hand Strength
Power Grip, Pinch Grip, Precision Grip, Ball Grip, Hook Grip, Finger Abduction, Finger Adduction, and Key Grip are some of the terms that anatomists
Self-selected Handgrip Position
There is no question when reviewing the literature there are some hand grip and postural positions that are statistically  advantageous to building strength or
A Women’s Advantage
In a normal population the self-selected hand position to produce maximal grip strength is about 30 degrees of wrist extension. When wrist extension dips