Recommended Exercises

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Our exercise program was developed by a renowned hand therapist specifically to develop the strength, dexterity, coordination, & stamina which is key to bowling excellence. The 4 exercises above are ideal for bowling.

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Your hands, wrist, and forearm control the bowling ball. Your accuracy, consistency, and power totally depend on your hand's ability to control the ball from the first frame to the last.

America’s most popular indoor recreational sport certainly requires focus and fluidity when delivering the ball, but nothing is more important to your game than strength, dexterity, and stamina in the hand, wrist, and forearm.

While the ball may feel light in the hand on the first practice throws, what really counts is your ability to control the ball late in the game. More than any other competitive activity, bowling wears down and fatigues the hand.

Your ability to control the ball is generated primarily in your forearms, and transmitted to the hand through the wrist. However, pinpoint control is determined by the fine muscles in the hand itself.

The patented Prohands is the only hand exerciser available today which enables you to isolate and develop each finger individually. And because each finger is operated by a completely separate system of muscles & tendons in the hand, wrist, & forearm, the only way to achieve optimum conditioning of the hand is with Prohands.

The level of your game is directly determined by the conditioning of your hand. Your hand controls the ball and only Prohands builds great hands.