The Stik


The Stik Pro


The Stik Extreme


Frequently Asked Questions

1. What are the "Stiks"?
The Power-Stik is a patented training device specifically designed to improve the strength, flexibility and elacticity of the fingers, wrist, hand, forearm and upper arm.

2. Are they easy to use?
Absolutely. A set of easy to follow instructions comes with each Stik. View Instructions

3. Can they be used by both males and females?
Most definitely. The Stik comes in 3 models. All models are adjustable so they can be precisely tuned to fit each individual athlete, male and female, from age 5-95.

4. Do you have any professional recommendations?
Yes, we have several. Please go to our Testimonials page to see all of them.

5. How long should I work out each day with the "Stik?"
Just a few minutes each day. You will actually feel the results in your arms and hands after working out and following the exercises in the instruction sheet.

6. How can the "Stiks" help my arthritis?
Arthritis is a disease that attacks the joints. It is human nature for people who are experiencing joint pain to use the effected joint as little as possible. While this might relieve the joint pain, it also causes joint subluxation, which actually causes more pain. A conscientiously applied program of exercise with one of the "Stiks" will help to keep the effected joint more stable.

7. How will the "Stiks" help me to play my game better?
Power starts with the legs and hips and all of the big muscle groups associated with them. The "Stiks" will take that initial power and transfer it to the arms, elbows, wrists, hands, fingers and thumbs, the parts of the body that develop arm and hand speed. A thorough program of exercise with the "Stiks" will enable you to hit the ball or puck harder, throw the ball faster and longer, shoot the ball from a greater distance on the court, and control the speed and accuracy of a bowling ball.

8. Will the "Stiks" benefit me if I do not play a sport or have trauma to my arms, hands or fingers?
Absolutely. If you are a carpenter, work at a computer, work as a cashier in a super market, automobile mechanic, do a lot of work in the garden, knit or crochet or work at any job in which you use your arms, elbows, wrists, hands, fingers or thumbs extensively the "Stiks" can help you guard against the onset of repetitive stress syndrome injuries.

If you have any other questions, contact us today!

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