Announcing The Archer 6-in-1 Hand Exerciser And Finger Grip Strengthener For Senior Citizens
(EMAILWIRE.COM, February 19, 2015 ) Greenville, SC -- The Archer 6-in-1 Hand exerciser for senior citizens and those with hand arthritis is a uniquely designed Hand exerciser, offered by Archer Fitness Products. The six in one hand exerciser can enable senior citizens to experience hand and finger strengthening benefits by using it The Archer 6 in 1 hand exerciser adjusts for senior citizens on a regular basis.
The hand gripper is helpful for seniors with a weak grip and stiff fingers. And it can help those that simply want to build a stronger grip in general. Furthermore, it is an effective hand therapy tool for those that may be experiencing trigger finger and trigger thumb symptoms, carpal tunnel symptoms or those individuals that need stroke recovery hand strengthening exercises.
Three characteristics set the Archer Hand Exerciser apart from other similar looking hand grip exercisers. Marq Rossellei, the spokesman for Archer Fitness Product's says, "The characteristics of the Archer 6-in-1 hand exerciser that make it effective and unique are:
1) its ergonomic design which allows various finger and hand exercises to be easily performed.
2) The adjustable resistance levels can be reduced low enough that will enable most seniors to squeeze it relatively easily, but the tension can be increased to meet the needs of the person as hand strength improves. This also means the Archer Hand Grip Exerciser will not only meet the needs of those that have a weak grip, but those people that have a more robust grip as well.
3) At the lower resistance level the gripper's handles move closer together so seniors that have feeble hands can still grip it properly to receive beneficial effects. And, once again, as hand grip strength increases the tension can be increased to meet the hand strength improvements".
This is not just an exerciser for senior citizens, It can be used effectively by a variety of people that have wide ranging hand strengthening needs. For example piano and guitar players can benefit from individual finger and thumb exercises. The advanced finger exercises will help with finger dexterity and improved playing performance. Also, because it is adjustable to heavy tension levels, athletes like baseball players and golfers, that have a need for a stronger grip, will benefit as well.
In conclusion, seniors with weak fingers and hand grip strength will benefit by using the Archer hand gripper because the exercise tool is ergonomically designed and the gripper's handles become narrow allowing a wide variety of people with weaker hands to receive grip strengthening benefits, by allowing them to do more hand exercises with ease and with effective results.
On the other hand, a person that already has a more robust grip can benefit from the heavier tension as well. The Archer Six-in-One Hand Exerciser was created to act as six exercisers in one. Right now the Archer 6 in 1 hand exerciser, with a unique design for seniors, is for sale on Amazon.com for 50% off the normal price. This discounted price is being offered for a limited time only.
About Archer Fitness Products
Archer Fitness Products (http://www.amazon.com/ergonomic-arthritis-finger-and-hand-exerciser/dp/B00KIYJ9OQ/ref=keywords=adjustable+arthritis+hand+exerciser+senior+citizens) offers the 6 in 1 hand and forearm workout equipment that offers hand therapy for those with hand arthritis, want finger dexterity exercises for playing the guitar or the piano, want to loosen and strengthen stiff fingers, or create a stronger finger grip. John Tarala established the company headquartered in Greenville, South Carolina, USA in 2013, and is the company's CEO. Archer Forearm Workouts provides unequaled customer service and continues to build strong relationships with their customers here and abroad.
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