What's the best way to train and support the fingers and wrists when they are hypermobile?

What's the best way to train and support the fingers and wrists when they are hypermobile?

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By rachel_tuckett | Jan 9th 2017 |
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So I have hypermobile joints at the fingertips, bottom knuckles and wrists, and it is causing issues with grip. A bruising pain happens quite often after a couple of bouldering problems. I don't do heavily crimpy routes but even princh holds cause pain after a little while. Don't even get me started on sloper holds. My hands just feel so unstable on them. Thing is I really want to advance in my climbing and as someone who's played keyed instruments my ligaments and tendons are already quite strong around the pulleys. The training I do for that is the same as climbers finger exercises.
Are there specific finger and wrist training exercises that specifically target the the tendons around the joints, not the pulleys, and is there a good way to support those joints whilst I'm climbing as I strengthen them?

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Jan 10th 2017
Hello, the main problem is about deep muscles who maintain knuckles and ligaments. So, the best thing is to renforce the articulation. For that, you can use System 5 Powerfinger available on EpicTv Shop. You can use it for a finger workout as concentric or excentric way. SImple and useful

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