MaxXcel Sports FP360 Strength Trainer (Video)

MaxXcel Sports FP360 Strength Trainer is a new product on the market that is used by many athletes including Team USA and Denver Outlaw Max Seibald. The FP360 attaches to your stick and is designed to provide sport specific training for one of the most under developed parts of the body.

By isolating the muscles in the hand, wrist and forearm during regular sports activity, you can effectively increase strength and minimize the risk of injury, without changing your practice regimen. LPG has an exclusive video with FP360 representative Bill Brandt that can give you a better “grip” on the subject.

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  1. LaxGuru1 on January 21, 2010 at 12:40 am

    Sweet! If Max Seibald endorses it, it has to be good.

  2. laxer22 on January 20, 2010 at 3:42 pm

    Hey Hampton…

    I have actually tried out this product and it is great! It doesn’t add weight to your shaft it latches on and it is like a stress ball for your stick. You work on squeezing it and throwing and shooting. It really works your fingers and forearms! You have to try it out!

  3. C money on January 20, 2010 at 3:38 pm

    or u could just put sand in your shaft

  4. Hampton on January 20, 2010 at 12:08 pm

    I might have to try out this new product because I used to put cement in my shaft to make it heavy, it was called my fat stick, but it’s chipping apart now. This looks like a great idea.

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