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Fitness & Recovery

The Powerball is a non-impact rehabilitation tool which promotes extensive blood flow through the shoulder, arm, wrist, hand and fingers. Its resistance is 100% progressive and 100% silky smooth, helping to ensure that damaged tissue, inflamed joints and healing bones are gently and uniformly rehabilitated without risk of stress.

The Powerball helps with Painful RSI. Numb fingers & hands from the onset of Carpal Tunnel. Epicondylitis. Tight forearm muscles in the morning because of scar tissue and restricted bloodflow. Sharp pains in the wrist joint as you type. Broken arm. Fractured wrist. Poor grip. Tennis Elbow. Shoulder injury. Bursitis. Just a selection, in fact, of the many conditions and ailments suffered by some of our customers before they purchased their own Powerball!

"Your product was one of the most important ones that I found. I have five children and two of them have a very serious auto-immune illness. This illness keeps them from being able to do much with their life. Exercise is very difficult for them, but is very beneficial to their bodies. Even something as simple as walking down the stairs is hard for them. We saw your powerball at the show and we thought it might be a great way for our sons to get a little exercise. Our boys loved the powerball! One of my sons used it for over an hour last night while watching a football game. You have no idea how awesome it was seeing him using the powerball. I am in a few groups online, with other parents who have this illness. I would love to feature your company on my blog and share the powerball with other parents struggling with their children being unable to really do any kind of exercise....

...I really want you to know how wonderful the Powerball has been already for our family."

Sara LaFountain