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Posture Exerciser

Do you have poor posture and want a posture exerciser that can help you feel taller?

Chiropractor Reports:

“A Woman Grew 1 Inch

After Using The Ex-O-Wrist!”

An Ohio Chiropractor reported that one of his chiropractic patients grew 1 inch by using the Ex-O-Wrist.  The Chiropractor claimed that his patient was measured at her medical doctor’s office during her regularly scheduled physical before she started using the device.  And after using the Ex-O-Wrist during the following year, her medical doctor measured her 1” taller than she was at her previous physical!   The same doctor.  The same scale!

The Ex-O-Wrist is a small hand-held exerciser designed by an Ohio Chiropractor to help his clients with rehabilitation and sports performance.

While we weren’t there to verify that she grew one inch, we do believe it is possible!

The easy to use Ex-O-Wrist can be used by anyone and helps with both coordination and upper body strength.

We believe that using the Ex-O-Wrist regularly can help correct poor posture.

Are you hopelessly skimming through blog posts and online articles looking for a way to grow taller?

Probably not.

But you might be looking for easy ways to increase your overall health and you might even be looking for ways to correct poor posture.

It’s hard to believe that one simple device can do so much for you and your clients overall health.

The Ex-o-Wrist Can Be Used As A Posture Exerciser And Increase Overall Health

Increase Strength

Grip strength is important for daily activities like holding a pen, turning the keys in your front door, and even using a zipper.   Hobbies such as painting, and playing an instrument also rely on your grip strength.

“I was having trouble opening a jar of pickles.  I wanted an exerciser that would help me increase my grip and my forearm strength.  The Ex-O-Wrist is just the thing I need!”

Having good grip strength is also a good indicator of overall health.  According to physical therapy researcher Richard W. Bohannon, grip strength can be a prediction of cardiovascular health.  When you routinely measure grip strength, you can stay ahead of mobility limitations.

Increase Flexibility

Proper use of the Ex-O-Wrist can help increase flexibility in your wrists, shoulders and forearms.

Physical therapy can be expensive after an injury and sometimes issuance will only pay for a limited number of sessions.  When you have a gap in your physical therapy treatment, the Ex-O-Wrist can help increase flexibility.  It is suggested that you check with your therapist so they can come up with an exercise plan if you are recovering from an injury.

If you are looking for something to help you increase your flexibility after an injury, the Ex-0-Wrist can help.  You can start with low tension and do the exercises as suggested on our website.

Increase Coordination

The cerebellum in the back of the brain controls balance, coordination and fine muscle control, like walking and writing.  It also controls movement and posture.  This part of the brain can become weak or damaged by a stroke, a brain tumor, or prolonged or excessive alcohol use.  Having good coordination is a sign that your cerebellum is functioning properly.

Healthy coordination is also a sign that both sides of your brain are working in sync.

Doctors agree that exercises that increase coordination can help improve or maintain brain functions.

The Ex-O-Wrist exercises are great for coordination because they require each hand to move in the opposite direction.  While one hand twists clockwise, the other moves counter-clockwise and that movement activates your brain in a different way than when both hands are moving in the same manner.

Straighten Posture

Use it as a posture exerciser to correct poor posture.   Success rate is high because it is so easy to use.  It is easy to travel with.  It is easy to store.  It is lightweight.  It can be thrown in the bottom of your purse, or in your glove compartment of your car.   Upper body exercises that activate the back muscles strengthen and straighten the back and over time can correct poor posture.

This is what we believe happened when the Ohio woman reported that she grew 1 inch after using the Ex-o-Wrist.   The full range of exercises that you can do with it can help your back feel stronger, look longer and have you standing and sitting with better posture each and every day.


3 exercises that helped my wrist pain

I’ve been working with Brian for years with his website for Ex-O-Wrist.  I work out quite a bit.  I never thought that I would need the use of the Ex-O-Wrist.  But lo and behold, I hurt my wrist earlier this year playing golf.  I’m not a good golfer, so sometimes I try things I shouldn’t.  Like try to hit the ball that is in a bush instead of taking the drop.  Sure enough, I hit a root.  Boy did that hurt.  I went ahead and finished the round.  But my wrist hurt, it hurt for months.  It probably didn’t help that I play hockey once a week and work on a computer everyday.  But I’m not one to let a pain stop me from doing the things I love and I figured it would go away, eventually.  But it didn’t go away.  In fact it seemed to keep getting worse.  Ignoring it, didn’t help.dave-hockey

Finally, I decided I had enough.  I talked with Brian about what I can do.  He showed me a few exercises that would help strengthen my wrist and forearms.  I completed these exercises 4 times a week for 2 weeks.  I felt so much better.  I’m still doing these exercises today and am feeling 95% better.  I’ve not only noticed that I am in considerably less pain, but my slap shot seems to have gotten a little harder.  I plan on incorporating these exercises into my workout routine for the rest of my days.

I’m looking forward to getting back on the golf course and testing out my golf game,  with my new and improved wrist and forearm strength.  Maybe it will add a little distance to my drives too.  One can only hope.

Thanks again Brian.  I am glad I met you.  Not only do you have a great product, but you’re a great guy to work with.

Here is the routine I used.

Forward Twist 30 secs. with a medium resistance

The Bottle Opener for 30 secs. to help with my Wrist Shot

Overhead Twist for 30 secs. to help with range of motion.

Repeat the sequence.



So this 3 minute routine got me feeling little to no wrist pain in only 2 weeks.  

If you want to know what would be the best for you, ask Brian.