Powerball for Guitarists
Powerballs gyroscopic isometric exercise keeps guitar players healthy from fingertip to shoulder. If you are in pain from playing guitar, Powerball can help you. The majority of problems that guitar players suffer from are as a result of repetitive strain injuries (RSIs). Powerball is a revolutionary device for the rehabilitation and prevention of RSIs.
Powerball not only rehabilitates injuries but it builds endurance in the upper limbs allowing you to play for longer as a result. Find out why over 4 million people have benefited from using Powerball.
Build Strength & EnduranceEnhance Finger DexterityRehabilitate Guitar-Related InjuriesPrevent RSI from Guitar Playing
Build Strength & Endurance
Isometric training with Powerball is a highly efficient method of building muscle strength and endurance. Stronger muscles with greater endurance capacity mean you can play for longer and it reduces the risks of repetitive strain injuries on the forearms or wrists following long sessions.
Powerball is great for building strength in the hand and making those tough barre chords less straining and easier to play. Enjoy more intricate, sustained playing simply by strength training with Powerball. All it takes is just 3 minutes a day to start noticing results within the first two weeks.
Enhance Finger Dexterity
Powerball is a world-class training device that should be in the pocket of every serious musician. Spinning Powerball at high speeds works the muscles along the entire kinetic chain of your arm – from your fingertips right up to your shoulder. As you spin, your muscles respond to the powerful isometric resistance created by Powerball, leaving them feeling strengthened and rejuvenated.
Strong and supple muscles are incredibly flexible and mobile – the ideal qualities for any practicing guitarist. In this way, Powerball greatly enhances finger dexterity, making it particularly useful for those small, intricate movements along the fret board that ultimately afford you greater control over your instrument.
Rehabilitate Guitar-Related Injuries
‘Guitar Wrist’ and repetitive strain injuries or any type of pain from guitar playing can effect both professional and amateur guitar players alike. The strain that wrists, fingers and upper limbs are under from guitar playing can take its toll. This pain should not be ignored as it can develop into more serious problems that can stop you from playing altogether. Constant repetitive movements, such as practicing the same chords or riff over and over again can cause severe strain on our fingers, hands and wrists; and can lead to a repetitive strain injury (RSI) like carpal tunnel syndrome, tendinitis or guitar wrist.
Powerball can effectively soothe and rehabilitate an RSI injury by promoting circulation and gently rebuilding strength in damaged muscles and tendons. Powerball eliminates hand pain, relieves sore fingers, rehabilitates wrist injuries and combats RSI, so it’s no surprise that it is one of the most effective gyroscopic rehab exercisers on the market today.
Prevent RSI from Guitar Playing
Warm muscles stretch, cold muscles tear – before you even pick up your guitar, use Powerball to warm up your muscles and joints and eliminate any risk of incurring a RSI. If you’re feeling stiff or sore following a few minutes of play, picking up and spinning Powerball for just 2-3 minutes will immediately reduce any discomfort and ensure full recovery prior to your next session – you can call it body armour for the wrists and arms.
Using Powerball on a regular basis will leave your muscles feeling healthier and stronger. After only two weeks, guitar players should see a noticeable difference in their endurance capacity when playing. Play longer, play faster without having to worry about RSI.
Wrist Exercise Programs for Drummers
Using a Powerball for as little as 3 minutes daily will improve a guitarist’s endurance while also helping them stay healthy from fingertip to shoulder. A full suite of physio designed strength & endurance exercises which target all of the muscle groups needed during play are available on the videos page of our website.