My name is Robert Weeks, and today I'm gonna teach you about sensory activities for hand strength. Hand sensory exercises are gonna be very important for you to get hand strength and hand speed. Now this is just for day-to-day life or if you're trying to be a fighter or just an average weight lifter. Now what we're gonna want to look at here is the heavy bag. Now the heavy bag is really important because it does have a very big massive volume and you're able to barad it over a period of time with your hands. When you do this over and over again your body actually has to heal over the damage you caused your hands. Now even though you're using protective gear like gloves and wraps you also remind yourself that you are making a force of contact. That contact is gonna be made and when it does it's gonna send back an equal and opposite force. So the bones that you actually come in contact with actually are gonna become stronger by doing this. Now doing this over repetitious amount of times you're gonna teach your body to learn kind of a muscle memory with it. The damage will not be as intense nor will you feel as much pain just by doing the normal exercises like boxers will do at a punching bag. Allowing yourself to square up on a bag is very important. If you already have some proper skill at this then you're good off but if you're not you want to make sure that you have about 6 to 8 inches away from the bag and that you don't lock your elbows when you punch. You want to make sure that your elbows still are bent when you connect with the punch and that your wrists aren't bent either. It's very important that you have a straight wrist and if you make a focal point make your focal point your 2 front knuckles and those are some sensory activities for hand strength. See you next time.