Iron Gloves Golf Gravity Gripp Hand Strengthener

September 25, 2010 by  
Filed under Pro Golf Equipment

  • Firm density allows you to squeeze in strength and squeeze out stress
  • 1 lb weight maximizes strength in fingers, hand, wrist, and forearm
  • Portable exerciser is easier and more fun to use than traditional dumbbells and weights
  • Ideal for athletes in all sports
  • Adds muscle to any work out

Product Description
1 lb weighted ball for athletes who are serious about increasing strength. increases muscle tone and strength using it as little as 15 minutes a day. this is the most ergonomic hand weight made.... More >>

Iron Gloves Golf Gravity Gripp Hand Strengthener


2 Responses to “Iron Gloves Golf Gravity Gripp Hand Strengthener”
  1. BonesighNYC says:

    I have a bit or arthritis in my hands and fingers. I play guitar for fun, and wanted to help keep my hands and fingers in shape. Enter the Gripp. You can manipulate the Gripp in many ways to help increase strength in your hands and fingers. My hands and fingers feel much better after using the Gripp… little if any pain, and much looser. I had a Gripp many years ago and as another reviewer noted, the covering will eventually wear out over time. But for the price of a replacement Gripp, this is no issue for me. Stiff or sore hands/fingers? Try a Gripp.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  2. Bill says:

    I’ve been using Gravity Gripp balls for about five years, and I love them. The pound of weight feels nice in my hand, and the squeezing is good for my hands and forearms. I get some exercise value from squeezing, but much of what I get is stress relief. Everyone at work laughs about me and my “squeezy balls,” but they make me happy. My local sporting goods store stopped carrying the a few years ago, and finding them on Amazon has been great.

    Folks who’ve never used them might want a couple of warnings. First, they don’t last forever. Depending on your strength, how much you squeeze them, and how dirty your hands are, the rubber covers break down. My co-workers can gauge my stress levels by how quickly I have to change these balls. Eventually, they lose some of the resistance, so you aren’t working your muscles as hard. Later, they break down to the point of developing a hole. They are filled with small lead shot and some seeds. The seeds tend to be ground to dust with use. The hole will allow the shot to escape, and I’ve given a squeeze and then had lead shot all over my desk. If you make the mistake of putting one in the back of the desk instead of throwing it away immediately, the cover breaks down into a gooey material.

    None of these disadvantages lessens my love for the Gravity Gripp. If you want a nice hand strengthener and stress reliever, you need to try one of these.
    Rating: 5 / 5

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