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Tenex ATESA Elbow Shock Absorber

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Product Description

The Tenex Elbow Shock Absorber contains a high density liquid metal which neutralizes 50-70% of vibrations. Lightweight and elegant, Tenex features an adjustable self-gripping wrist band with a soft, breathable nylon backing. Wear it just above the wrist bone. Helps to prevent and treat tennis elbow, golfers elbow and carpal tunnel syndrome.
Product Specifications
  • Web Description:  Tenex Elbow Shock Absorber
  • Color(s):  Black
  • Quantity:  One Per Pack
  • Closure:  Velcro Strap
  • Misc:  Fits like a wristwatch. Should fit snug. Do not overtighten.
  • Sport:  TENNIS

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Product Specifications

ConditionNew
SportTypeExercise & Fitness


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Customer Reviews
By Q
Date Added: Thursday 07 August, 2014
My Tenex band broke last week. My tennis elbow is back. These bands have become necessary for me to play tennis pain free . It is too bad they do not last longer. I am ordering 2 this time. And keeping receipt. The company where I bought my original replaced the first one --- but said they had no other reports of breakage. I have had 3 break in the last 2 years.
Rating: [4 of 5 Stars!]
By CJ
Date Added: Monday 28 July, 2014
used this along with the pneumatic armband. problem did not worsen.
Rating: [5 of 5 Stars!]
Date Added: Thursday 15 May, 2014
This product is an excellent vibration dampening device. I play lots of racquetball and had been having problems with one of my racquets giving me pain in the elbow and shoulder due to vibration. The usual dampeners you put on a racquet were not working for me so I thought I'd give the tenex a try. It works great! Plus you can use it for so many other activities where repetitive motion can cause problems.
Rating: [5 of 5 Stars!]
Date Added: Sunday 03 February, 2013
Nothing about this product stopped any asorbtion what so ever!!!!! I even had someone else with a slight tennis elbow issue try it and they said it was completely useless.
Rating: [1 of 5 Stars!]
Date Added: Sunday 16 December, 2012
My elbow was in a lot of pain, wearing the tenex has taken about 85% of that away. Well worth the money.
Rating: [5 of 5 Stars!]
Date Added: Sunday 30 May, 2010
This product was recommended to me by a pro, many years ago. I was having severe problems with wrist tendonitis (from using a trackball at the computer) that was compounded by playing a lot of tennis. At times the pain was so severe, I couldn't even turn on a faucet. I had gotten rid of the trackball months earlier, but I couldn't get the wrist issues to clear up. I started wearing this band almost 24/7 for a while, and the pain went away in a month or so - after I'd been dealing with it for a year or more.Since then, I've made the Tenex band part of my standard match gear. It's very comfortable. When I go without it, I can definitely tell a difference - mr arm will be more sore, sometimes even as far up as my shoulder. I have decent tennis technique, but I am just very extremely prone to inflammation from shock and vibration. That's why absorbing the shock as early as possible - at the racquet and the wrist, as opposed to at the elbow - is so important for me.Other tennis elbow tips that have helped me: use the heaviest racquet that you can comfortably play with while maintaining good technique (more mass absorbs more shock), use a looser string tension and an "arm friendly string" like natural gut or Wilson Sensation (avoid poly strings), and have a pro check out your technique (especially backhand) to see if that's the problem. I can't count how many times I've seen someone's swing and knew they had an elbow problem before I even saw their elbow band. But our own techniques can be very invisible to us, once they become second nature. Also, there are some good Theraband/Therabar excercises for TE and wrist issues.One more note about the Tenex band - it's quickly and easily washable with soap and water. I wash my hat and my Tenex out after every match or so, and attach it to the handle of my tennis bag. They last forever, but I believe it's possible to get replacement bands.
Rating: [5 of 5 Stars!]
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