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Or, one can work smarter, not harder.
Use a tool to break the seal – a screwdriver works well, without damage to itself – and open those jars with ease.
That may not address the diagnostic power of relative ability to open jars, but it -does- let me get at those pickles.
so what a weak grip means is really nothing, Nothing at all. If it is strong, it doesn’t mean anything and if it is Weak it really doesn’t mean anything at all, You just have a weak Grip. What a crock. When I read, “it might mean” but then it doesn’t mean a strong grip is good either, Do more research and stop scaring people with all this partial crap
One thing for sure, everyone dies!
It’s called “Get a grip”…. What twaddle.
I was given that test 10 years ago in a boutique Anti-aging practice.
I did well but didn’t really believe it was
Indicative of real science.
Interesting in hindsight how slow ideas and
Concepts are to make the mainstream.
I think everyone lost IQ points after this one.
Ask any person over the age of 50 and they will tell you “How the hell do I open this????” Does any company ever have someone under age 50 try to open things before they foist it on the public????
The point of the research is summarized as a person with weak hands likely has other problems.
Or, you could work even smarter and turn the jar upside down, ‘releasing’ the suction created by the vacuum.
But yeah, the over 50 thing is true. What were they thinking? Even those pop open cans with sharp edges takes strength! You open it easily, but the pulling of the lid takes some finesse to not cut youself.
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