Powerball Basic Counter
- Diameter approx. 7 cm
- Weight 256 grams
- Robust polycarbonate
- Stainless steel unbreakable axis
- Best grip on non-slip rubber band
- Up to 16 kg training resistance
- Electronically balanced rotor
- Counter with 6 functions
- Starting principle with starting lace
- the current speed
- the best number of rotation achieved
- the sum of the total rotation
- the highest number of rotation of the currently running exercise
- the force index, number of rotation in 30, 60 or 90 seconds
Powerball Basic Counter the basic Powerball with control, you can measure the strength and see more. If you want to know how many revolutions per minute you make, you can also read on the counter / speed meter. Making the same movement with your hands every day means that the same muscles and joints are constantly used, use a Powerball to also train those muscles and joints who are not daily used. Small and lightweight, a nice useful timespender to take with you on holiday, on the train or plane.
The counter has several functions including measuring the revolutions per minute (RPM). For example, it is possible to keep track of how much strength in the hand, wrist and forearm has increased after a number of training sessions. Just a few minutes a day is enough. The memory function of the counter keeps track of the results achieved. The PSI (Physical Strenght Index) can also be read from the Powerball counter, this measures the number of movements within, for example, 30.60 and 90 seconds, so it can be followed exactly how much the physical strength increases.
Warning: If you have symptoms on the fingers, hand, wrist or arm, talk to your doctor or therapist about whether the Powerball is going to do you good.