The Tenex Elbow Shock Absorber works to transfer the stress of this motion every time you take to the court and swing a racquet. Vibrations can cause severe discomfort in players every time a swing is taken and the ball rattles the racquet. When that vibrations travel up the arm and make it to the elbow, it can take a player’s mind off a shot and off the game in general.
The Tenex Elbow Shock Absorber is designed to trap the initial vibrations of the racquet connecting at the wrist. As the wrist is not such a critical pivot point on the arm (and easier to control on the muscular level), it is beneficial to the arm to take the shock of the impact there. The shock absorbers are made of a specialised liquid gel that is revolutionary in its treatment of tennis elbow. Golfers and tennis players have been singing the praises of this product for over two decades.
Trapping the maximum amount of vibrations is the goal of the Tenex Elbow Shock Absorber, a job at which it succeeds admirably. Most players point to a decrease in vibrations of approximately 60%, meaning every swing will come with added comfort and, likely, extra power. When players experience the full impact of these vibrations for a long period of time on the elbow, it can lead to tendonitis and other conditions.
The Elbow Shock Absorber is worn on the wrist, very much like a watch. In this location, it makes sure those harmful vibrations never make it to the elbow at all. If you hope to play for long periods of time without any collateral damage to ligaments or the elbow itself, this shock-absorbing device can work wonders for tennis players. Reductions in conditions, such as carpal tunnel and shoulder tendonitis are also benefits.
Playing the game of tennis very often will naturally lead to aches and pains and ailments. How you respond to these issues will determine how often you can play the sport and what the long-term effects are. With a device like Tenex’s Elbow Shock Absorber, you will have a longer career. HIDE