Your cart is currently empty.
“I help many athletes and non-athletes regain function after debilitating conditions like carpal tunnel syndrome and tennis elbow. I created the Try-Angle for strengthening the hand, wrist and forearm to prevent injury and keep you active in life.”
Join the Try-Angle Community (2TAC) for access to Unique Exercises, and Live Group Chats
$6.99/mo. Cancel Anytime.
Throughout the years, I’ve had people want me to endorse products, and I’m not going to endorse a product unless I believe in it. I tried the Try-Angle, and felt greater mobility in my hands, strength, a lack of getting cramps. Everything started to feel better, and I started to feel much much more efficient. For anybody in the working world who is typing, using a mouse, or a masseuse…. You can utilize this device to make a big difference in just 2 or 3 minutes a day on each hand. And I feel the difference all the way throughout my shoulders and arms. It’s an amazing device and something I truly believe has helped.
Mr. World, Mr. America, Mr. Universee
It’s been three months since my shoulder surgery, and The Try-Angle has helped me strengthen my shoulder, the bi-cep tendon, and my whole upper extremity, and it’s really been quite a benefit. My physical therapist says these exercises are perfect for what I need to do to strengthen the shoulder.
Inventor and Designer
The Try-Angle is amazing. It is great for nail artists, hair stylists, sous chefs, anybody who does a lot of minute work with their hands. It is Affordable. Portable. And Very Doable.
It’s funny, we train so hard for strength, for endurance, for flexibility, but when it comes to the dexterity of our hands, it’s not until we’re halfway up the rope that we realize “how am I going to pick this bar back up?” These little kinks I didn’t know I had that were slowing me down, now they’re gone. I’m really thankful for The Try-Angle. The arm strength is no joke!
Elite CrossFit Athlete/Fitness Entrepreneur
I can 100% see how this can help me and my clients with my grip, grip strength, and everything involved with the hands.
Elite CrossFit Coach/Trainer
It helps me with my grip strength. Not only am I working my grip strength, locking in on hold so I can grab onto stuff at a high level, but also sustain for a lot longer. We have a lot of crimping that happens in climbing. The ability to hold on without cramping is huge. The flexibility and work the hand there, so tons of range of motion that’s happening. You can just go, which helps the muscle endurance so you can climb longer, faster, and safer.
Dancer, Rock Climber