Finger Play

What it does: allows the fingers to press individually or in various combinations to help improve finger coordination, dexterity and strength to aid in all instrument play and finger manipulation. This is the ideal exercise to simulate the muscles and finger motions utilized when running scales on a piano or any string, wind or brass instrument. It is also the most effective exercise for building individual finger strength no matter what instrument you play.

How to execute: position Prohands in the hand similar to the hook grasp exercise. Place finger tips on individual button and ergonomic bar in the palm. Keeping fingers slightly bent, flex 1-4 digits in varying combinations toward the center of the unit as if playing an instrument.

If you experience pain or fatigue – stop immediately. As with any exercise, excessive or incorrect use can lead to pain or injury. Therefore progress slowly and increase reps and resistance very cautiously.