Planet Waves Launches the DynaFlex: Hand, Wrist & Forearm Conditioning Tool

Planet Waves Launches the DynaFlex: Hand, Wrist & Forearm Conditioning Tool Brought to you by: guitar.com, D'Addario & Company, Inc

Dynaflex Jpg 28855The NAMM Show, Anaheim, CA – The Dynaflex from Planet Waves is an essential tool for all musicians looking to achieve a competitive edge during practice and/or performance. Players can exercise and condition hands, wrists and forearms, increase hand speed and strumming coordination, and improve endurance with this all-in-one tool!

A hand-held ball with an internal Gyro Roto, users can start The Dynaflex with the rip cord or use the automatic starter.  Then the user simply moves the ball in a back-and-forth motion to increase the speed of the Gyro.  Then, work The Dynaflex all the way up to 13,000 RPM, to improve coordination and build strength and endurance in the hands, wrist and forearms.  The unique gyroscope motion helps to build rhythm and lead chops, and stimulates muscles, joints and tendons.  

“Like a mini-gym to strengthen your hands, wrists, and forearms, The Dynaflex is a great on-the-go conditioning tool,” says Rob Cunningham, Planet Waves Product Specialist.  “Use it in conjunction with the Varigrip for total finger, hand, wrist and arm fitness!”

Available as of January 1, 2009, The Dynaflex Pro will retail for $34.99 and The Dynaflex Pro with docking station will retail for $59.99.

For more information on The Dynaflex, please visit www.planetwaves.com/dynaflex.
For more information on Planet Waves products, please visit www.planetwaves.com.

D’Addario & Company, Inc. designs, manufactures, and markets complete lines of strings for fretted and bowed musical instruments, drumheads, drum practice pads, and guitar and woodwind accessories under the proprietary brand names D’Addario, Evans Drumheads, Planet Waves, Rico, HQ Percussion and PureSound Percussion. The company also runs The Stage (www.tothestage.com), theLessonroom.com, and Guitar.com.  D’Addario products are marketed in approximately 120 countries.

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