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Smart Grip Ball - Motion Series (Blue)

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$880.00

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Introduction

The grip training device is the smallest grip training device in the world. It can accurately measure the grip strength, record the grip strength data, and formulate a grip strength training plan. also there are grip strength control games to make the grip strength training more fun.

Apply to

Alzheimer's disease,  Parkinson,  Apoplexy,  Cognitive impairment, Rheumatoid arthritis,  PICC Line,  Upper limb fracture,  Hand injury recovery.

Technical features

Six-axis somatosensory chip: It can locate the position change of the grip training device in space, and judge whether the user's hand posture is accurate.

- Rotation angle accuracy minimum recognition 1 degree

- Accuracy of space acceleration minimum recognition 0.4 m/s² (product use 4 m/s²)

Grip strength sensor: It can monitor the value of the grip strength in real time and display the current grip strength data.

- Minimum recognition of pressure perception progress 10 g

Bluetooth chip: It can be connected to mobile devices, mobile phones or tablet computers, to transmit data to the device, and record data and analyze data through APP.

 

Reference:

Grip Strength Is Good Indicator of Overall Health

https://today.uconn.edu/2011/06/grip-strength-is-good-indicator-of-overall-health/

Can Neuromuscular Strength and Function in People With Dementia Be Rehabilitated Using Resistance-Exercise Training? Results From a Preliminary Intervention Study 

https://academic.oup.com/biomedgerontology/article/58/8/M746/614908

Effects of an Exercise Protocol for Improving Handgrip Strength and Walking Speed on Cognitive Function in Patients with Chronic Stroke

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5699168/

Effects of smart stress balls in functional exercise of patients with midline catheters

https://lightmove.shop/pages/effects-of-smart-stress-balls-in-functional-exercise-of-patients-with-midline-catheters

A Prospective Study on the Association Between Grip Strength and Cognitive Function Among Middle-Aged and Elderly Chinese Participants

https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fnagi.2019.00250/full