Metolius Gripsaver Plus

Metolius Gripsaver Plus
Metolius Gripsaver Plus
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Gripsaver Plus by Metolius
Metolius designed its Gripsaver Plus with help from a doctor in order to strengthen your hand, wrist, and forearm effectively and safely. An essential tool for serious climbers, this ball exercises your hand through a full, natural range in order to ensure you get a fully-balanced workout. It's very effective for rehabbing injured fingers or preventing any climbing-related injury that you could get from the tips of your fingers all the way to your elbow. Metolius includes detailed instructions for different workouts so you get what your hand needs to start grabbing imaginary holds like the ones the pros grab on every difficult route out there.

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SKU: MET000R
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