Tennis Magazine Tech Talk
Squeezing is the typical motion for strengthening muscle in the forearm and to help prevent tennis elbow, but Elbow Ease turns this technique on its head. Slide your fingers into the silicon hoops and extend them away from your palm until they're spread apart from each other, then hold for a few seconds. By repeating this motion you will immediately feel it working.
Golfer’s Elbow by Dr. Bill Mallon
After back pain, elbow problems are the most common injury for golfers. Actually, golfers get tennis elbow far more than they get golfer’s elbow by a ratio of about 4 to 1. The lead elbow is more susceptible than the trailing elbow because it is kept straighter and absorbs more of the vibrations at impact.
Elbow Ease’s value is in its versatility and it’s low price. It can be used on either hand and it not only helps you to get rid of your elbow pain, but it also helps you to strengthen your fingers and your grip. Whether you’re an athlete like a weight lifter, or in your home struggling to open a jar Elbow Ease will help you. Whether you’ve injured your elbow or forearm from Bowling, fishing, and bike riding or suffer from Arthritis or carpel tunnel syndrome you can benefit by using Elbow Ease.
Elbow Ease® can also help reduce recurring pain that might be caused by:
Baseball - Sailing – Fishing - Football - Volleyball - Arthritis - Swimming - Work related strains from Plumbing - Carpentry, or working in the garden - using a Computer - Carpel-tunnel syndrome and even gaming.