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5 Simple Exercises To Strengthen Your Fingers

Ways To Make Your Fingers Stronger

Finger exercises are great for strengthening your digits. It’ll be easier to do daily tasks like writing and opening doors. You can also release tension by repeatedly making a fist or squeezing a stress ball. Placing your palm on a flat surface and lifting your fingers will increase their range of motion. To exercise your thumb and improve your grip, repeatedly touch your pointer finger or the base of your pinky.

Have you ever thought about strengthening your fingers? It might sound weird, but it’s actually a good idea. Having strong fingers will make everyday tasks easier. This can include anything from writing to cooking. Even opening jars will come with ease. You’ll also be able to relieve tension from your hand, wrist, and arm. Here are 5 exercises to work out and strengthen your fingers.

1. Fist Flexes

Fist flex: exercises to strengthen your fingers

Make a fist so that your thumb wraps around your fingers. Do not squeeze your hand into a tight fist. Keep it relaxed and comfortable. Hold it for 30 seconds then extend all of your fingers. This completes 1 rep.

Reps: 10

2. Stress Ball Squeeze

stress ball Squeeze

Tightly hold a stress ball. Squeeze it as hard as you can! This type of grip will be a workout for the muscles in your fingers. But, be sure to avoid using hard ones like tennis balls. Hold for 5 seconds. To complete 1 rep, release.

Reps: 5 each hand

3. Finger Lift

finger lifting exercices

Place the palm of your hand on a flat surface. Lift your fingers one by one, holding each for 5 seconds. Focus on keeping the rest of your hand perfectly flat. Once you’ve lifted all your fingers, you’ve completed 1 rep. Another variation is to lift all your fingers at once.

Reps: 5 each hand

4. Thumb Touch

thumb touch exercise

Relax your hand. Bend your thumb and pointer finger so that the tips meet. It should create an “O” shape, similar to the “OK” hand symbol. Hold for 30 seconds. Return to the original position to finish one rep.

Reps: 5 each hand

5. Thumb Curve

thumb curve exercises to strengthen fingers

Turn your hand so that your palm is facing you. Extend and separate all of your fingers. Bend your thumb so that it meets the base of your pinky. It will look like you have counted to 4. Bring it back to the starting position to complete 1 rep.

Reps: 20 each hand

For best results, do these exercises 3 times a week. You can do them on the bus, at work, or while you’re watching television. It’s a great way to decrease muscle tension and relieve pain!

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