Thenar (THEE-NAR) Performance is a sports technology company naturally improving human physical ability and mobility through invention and innovation.

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THENAR PERFORMANCE

The Source of Strength

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THENAR GLOVES

Thenar Gloves

✊🏽Revolutionary Elite Hand and Wrist Strength and Mobility

✊🏽Value Across Athletes, Trainers, Physical Therapists, and Hand-Dependent Fields

✊🏽Fight Against Diseases Caused by Repetitive Hand Strain/Stress and Aging

✊🏽Help With Post-Surgery Hand Rehabilitation

✊🏽Only Hand Strengthening Device To Have Fully Functional Fingers, Hand Dexterity and Range of Motion.

Multidirectional Strength Training

1) Specialized Material – Resistance In Every Direction to Fully Strengthen Hand

2) Customized Measurements – Professionally Sized & Fitted for Increased Functionality

3) Pull Tab – Easily Pull Hand Inside

4) Wrist Strap – Support, Comfort, & Security

5) Increased Blood Flow – Vasodilation

Power Levels

1 BLUE | Lower Resistance – functional hand strengthening, arthritis conditions, post medical recovery, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, rehabilitation

2 RED | Increased Resistance – sports competitors, professional and non-professional, (restoration of strength post rehabilitation for the professional athlete)

3 BLACK | Increased Resistance from RED – SPECIFIC athletes that surpassed level 2

Where Do You Feel Pain?

What do you want to strengthen?

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Click the circle where you feel pain or would like to strengthen and read more information here. Expand the image if necessary and reference the specific numbers when contacting our Thenar team.

Thenar team does not determine or provide medical diagnosis. We developed a successful method and system of strength and functional flexibility (Arnold principle) eliminating common painful conditions from occupations and professions. We do address elements of finger, hand and wrist performance based on medical diagnosis. Our goal is to restore and greatly improve total finger, hand, wrist function.

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1) Thumb 2) Index Finger 3) Middle Finger 4) Ring Finger 5) Small Finger (Pinky) 6) Base of Thumb (Wrist) 7) Wrist 8) Wrist 9) Wrist 10) Back of Hand (Including Knuckles) 11) Forarm (Extensor) 12) Elbow Extensor 13) Elbow (Flexor) 14) Forearm (Flexor) 15) Below the Wrist 16) Ulna (Wrist) 17) Heel of Hand (Wrist) 18) Below Small Finger (Palm) 19) Center Palm 20) Thumb (Palm) 21) Thumb (Palm) 22) Index Finger (Palm) 23) Middle Finger (Palm) 24) Ring Finger (Palm) 25) Small Finger (Palm)

1) Thumb

Recommended Stretches:
Bent Finger Press, Bent Finger Push Pull

Associated Causes: recreational activities, musicians, contact sports, racquet sports, medical occupation, work related tasks, falls, inflexibility

2) Index Finger

Recommended Stretch:
Bent Finger Press

Associated Causes: recreational activities, musicians, contact sports, racquet sports, medical occupation, work related tasks, falls, inflexibility

3) Middle Finger

Recommended Stretch:
Bent Finger Press

Associated Causes: recreational activities, musicians, contact sports, racquet sports, medical occupation, work related tasks, falls, inflexibility

4) Ring Finger

Recommended Stretch:
Bent Finger Press

Associated Causes: recreational activities, musicians, contact sports, racquet sports, medical occupation, work related tasks, falls, inflexibility

5) Small Finger (Pinky)

Recommended Stretch:
Bent Finger Press

Associated Causes: recreational activities, musicians, contact sports, racquet sports, medical occupation, work related tasks, falls, inflexibility

6) Base of Thumb (Wrist)

Recommended Stretch:
Specific Thumb & Wrist Stretch

Associated Causes: contact sports, repetitive motion, arthritic conditions, sprains, falls

7) Wrist

Recommended Stretch:
Index Finger Push Pull, Extensor (Forearm) Stretch

Associated Causes: sports, falls, twisting, repetitive strain, occupational, computer, sprains

8) Wrist

Recommended Stretch:
Middle Finger Push Pull, Extensor (Forearm) Stretch

Associated Causes: sports, falls, twisting, repetitive strain, occupational, computer, sprains

9) Wrist

Recommended Stretch:
Closed Fist Extensor (Forearm) Stretch

Associated Causes: sports, falls, twisting, repetitive strain, occupational, computer, sprains

10) Back of Hand (Including Knuckles)

Recommended Stretch:
Closed Fist Extensor (Forearm Stretch)

Associated Causes: inflexibility

11) Forarm (Extensor)

Recommended Stretch:
Extensor Stretch

Associated Causes: inflexibility

12) Elbow Extensor

Recommended Stretch:
Extensor Stretch with Arm Rotation

Associated Causes: racquet sports, golf, falls

13) Elbow (Flexor)

Recommended Stretch:
Reverse Palm Stretch (Flexor), Strengthen Ulna (Thenar Glove)

Associated Causes: weakness ,sports, inflexibility

14) Forearm (Flexor)

Recommended Stretch:
Reverse Palm Stretch

Associated Causes: inflexibility

15) Below the Wrist

Recommended Stretch:
Flexor Stretch

Associated Causes: overuse injury, repetitive motion, occupational

16) Ulna (Wrist)

Recommended Stretch:
Reverse Palm Stretch

Associated Causes: weakness, inflexibility

17) Heel of Hand (Wrist)

Recommended Stretch:
Reverse Palm Stretch

Associated Causes: falls

18) Below Small Finger (Palm)

Recommended Stretch:
Lumbrical Stretch, Reverse Palm Stretch

Associated Causes: falls

19) Center Palm

Recommended Stretch:
Middle Finger Stretch, Lumbrical Stretch

Associated Causes: syndromes, overuse

20) Thumb (Palm)

Recommended Stretch:
Butterfly Stretch

Associated Causes: sprain

21) Thumb (Palm)

Recommended Stretches:
Bent Finger Press, Bent Finger Push Pull

Associated Causes: recreational activities, musicians, contact sports, racquet sports, medical occupation, work related tasks, falls, inflexibility

22) Index Finger (Palm)

Recommended Stretches:
Bent Finger Press, Bent Finger Push Pull

Associated Causes: recreational activities, musicians, contact sports, racquet sports, medical occupation, work related tasks, falls, inflexibility

23) Middle Finger (Palm)

Recommended Stretches:
Bent Finger Press, Bent Finger Push Pull

Associated Causes: recreational activities, musicians, contact sports, racquet sports, medical occupation, work related tasks, falls, inflexibility

24) Ring Finger (Palm)

Recommended Stretches:
Bent Finger Press, Bent Finger Push Pull

Associated Causes: recreational activities, musicians, contact sports, racquet sports, medical occupation, work related tasks, falls, inflexibility

25) Small Finger (Palm)

Recommended Stretches:
Bent Finger Press, Bent Finger Push Pull

Associated Causes: recreational activities, musicians, contact sports, racquet sports, medical occupation, work related tasks, falls, inflexibility

Lumbricals & Fingers

The most powerful and important function of the hand is flexibility of the lumbricals, “The brain of the hand.” Immediate functional flexibility creates greater grip force!

Wrist

Being the supporting platform of the  lumbricals (hands), the strength and flexibility of the wrist are key in determining how the fingers and hands will perform.

Extensors & Flexors

The kinetic chain of force, power and strength that follow through the fingers, lumbricals, and wrists, start at the extensors & flexors (forearms).

Pain Relief Consultations

Consultation

✊🏽Pain Relief Stretches

✊🏽Finger, Hand, & Wrist Strengthening

✊🏽Finger, Hand, & Wrist Education

✊🏽Post Medical Performance Strengthening

✊🏽Sports & Occupation Specific

Thenar Glove Users

US Marine Corps Specialized Division • 10th Degree Contact Martial Artist • Fairfax County VA, police academy • Professional Teaching Tennis Pro’s • Professional Golfer LPGA Tour • NBA National Basketball Association • Fitness Professional Trainers • Professional Strength Coach • Specialized Auto Mechanic • Olympic Training Athletes • Professional Baseball • Mixed Martial Artist • Professional Boxers • Physical Therapists • NFL Team • Medical Doctors • Weight Lifters • Musicians

Doctor: Lawrence Lubbers, Hand Surgeon | Patient: Paul Hamm, Olympic Gold Medalist Gymnastics

Conventional methods will get the patients so far. Thenar's alternative way of exercise, more functional has helped to expedite, improve faster and speed up the rehabilitation time".

Kenny Leecock

Physical Therapist

Ever since you stopped by Quantico, as predicted my grip strength is getting stronger. Not only am I amazed at the product itself and how it has increased my hand strength, but also I am equally impressed with how you stand behind your product. At first I was a bit skeptical (we get folks all the time trying to sell us snake oil), but I am now a "believer".
Major J. "Bullet" Bourgault

US Marine Corps

I use Thenar at night and during weekends. It strengthened my hands and arms and gave me a better grip. I have a bad Rotator Cuff but now I can force my arm almost straight. I can hang a muffler with out any help

Stan Evans

Auto Specialist, Mercedes

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