14 years ago I was in Minneapolis at the NCAA wrestling championships.
All throughout the weekend as I watched the action, my wrist throbbed with pain. At first I didn’t know why.
I didn’t fall on it. I didn’t tweak it working out. It just hurt – for no particular reason – and the pain was driving me up a wall.
While at the tournament I met an old wrestler who showed me a simple exercise that strengthened his grip considerably.
I did the exercise as I was taught and the very same day the irritating ache went away.
The next day, however, the pain returned. So I did the exercise again – and the same thing happened. My pain went bye, bye.
The following day the pain came back once more – and by now you can probably guess what I did.
But in this instance the third time was a charm. The pain went away for good.
As a result of this I began to look into other ways to strengthen my hands and wrists – mostly to make
me a more effective martial artist. During my annual trips to my vacation home in China I scoured the country for the best exercises I could find. And upon my return one summer, I began teaching a whole
system of exercises that hit every area of the hands and wrists – and these exercises not only strengthen all the weak links in the hands – they also strengthen the rest of your body – including your mind.
What happened when I put this new program on the market was truly remarkable. People who had slept in braces – or who wore them during the workday – were able to discard them for the first time in months.
Others who thought they needed surgery for carpal tunnel syndrome were able to forego it.
My friend, pain in the hands and wrists is a big, big problem today – and grip training gadgets, for the most part – aggravate existing problems … or create them in the first place.
While in China I have researched and studied the best hand exercises ever conceived – exercises from kung fu and chi kung as well as from those who have mastered their own body weight. And the vast majority of these incredibly powerful exercises require nothing other than your own hands and a soft, pliable rubber device shaped like a donut – or a thin piece of string.
Once again, just as animals in the wild get strong without weights or gadgets, the key to hand strength comes from doing exercises with your hands. And if you combine the exercises with deep breathing and concentration – the sky is the limit in regard to hand and wrist strength.
I have seen things done in China with one or two fingers – including balancing your body in a handstand – that I have never seen duplicated by anyone who uses gripper gadgets.
All you need to eliminate most hand and wrist pain and to acquire great hand strength are exercises that open work the hands and wrists from every angle and direction while opening the meridians of the body. The positive effect of doing the right exercises with concentration and deep breathing is nothing less than stunning.
I have personally trained with a master who can plow through cement blocks with the inside of his finger. His fingers are so powerful you’d think each digit were a sword. Does he use gripper gadgets to build this type of power. No.
He simply does the right type of exercises with concentration and deep breathing.
More often than you realize, hand and wrist and elbow and shoulder pain stems from a blockage in chi flow. The meridians of the body are damned up with negative stress – and this negative energy won’t be released via surgery or using a bunch of mechanical devices.
The key to releasing the trapped energy is, once again, the right exercises, proper concentration and deep breathing.
You get all three of the above in my course for eliminating hand, wrist, elbow and carpal tunnel syndrome pain.
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P.S. Even if you don’t have carpal tunnel syndrome, you’ll find these exercises nuking your hand, wrist and elbow pain like nothing else on the market.