EQUIPAMIENTO PARA AVENTURAS Y VIAJES EN MOTO, SI NO ENCUENTRAS LO QUE BUSCAS, CONSÚLTANOS
The science of how Powerball® works
Humans are designed to move
Humans are designed to move and skeletal muscle needs to be used to avoid atrophy and loss of strength. Regular exercise with Powerball® can help maintain muscle tone and health from finger to shoulder, thanks to its rhythmic movement and non-impact nature. When your muscles respond to the demands placed upon them from exercising with Powerball®, blood flow increases and joint health is promoted by stimulating the production of synovial fluid (the fluid that lubricates and nourishes joints).
Activate a wide range of finger, wrist and arm muscles
The gripping action required to hold Powerball® activates the finger flexor muscles and the wrist extensor muscles. Activating the wrist extensors prevents wrist flexion, thereby enhancing grip strength. With the wrist extensors activated by the gripping action, the rotatory movements necessary to maintain the gyroscopic movement of Powerball® exert forces on a wide range of muscles
Muscles respond to the demands placed upon them. Put simply, it takes more effort to hold a book that weighs 2kg, than a book that weighs 1kg. If you carry a book of any particular weight repetitively, your muscles respond by generating additional fibres and “growing” the muscle. Over time, the exercise becomes easier to perform. Powerball® places demands on muscles by using it for longer periods or by increasing the spin speed, which increases the resistance and thus the effort required from the muscles and is effective throughout the kinetic chain from fingers to shoulder girdle.