Tennis Swing Wrist Training Aid for Volleys, Forehands and Backhands - SnappyWrist
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- New and improved design with stronger tactile feedback to let you feel what the pros feel.
- Makes a “snapping” sound when the wrist is laid back and an “unsnapping” sound when the wrist returns to a neutral position.
- Uses elastic band for very comfortable continuous use.
- Great for training proper volleys, forehands, backhands and slices, and even for correcting waiter's tray serve.
- Suitable for right handed and left handed players. One size fits all (wrist circumference 5 in - 10 in).
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Ingeniously powerful patented wrist trainer (US Patent No. D810,220) providing tactile and auditory feedback to help you feel proper tennis strokes. The SnappyWrist training aid makes a snapping sound when the wrist is laid back to form a proper 90 degree angle with the forearm which is critical to develop effortless power and reduce the chance of tennis elbow injury.FOREHANDS and BACKHANDS: All tennis pros achieve one common body position, which is the secret to hitting powerfully, yet effortlessly. As the player turns the body to start the forward swing, the arm goes forward, but the racket head actually goes back to form a 90 degree angle with the forearm (racket lag). It is this 90 degree laid back position that is so critical in hitting powerful forehands and backhands. When the wrist is laid back, the SnappyWrist training aid will “snap” to let you know that you have achieved the proper 90 degree angle. If you try to flick your wrist in an improper swing motion, our product will let you know instantly from the “unsnapping” sound when you improperly "flick" the wrist. VOLLEYS AND SLICES: The secret to the pros' volleys is that the racket is locked relative to the arm at nearly 90 degrees and they maintain that locked L-position throughout the swing. By contrast, many amateur players erroneously try to break or flick their wrist in trying to generate power and under-spin. Our training aid will help you feel the “snapped” L-position throughout the swing. If you try to flick the wrist, our volley training aid will let you know instantly from the “unsnapping” sound. Same principles apply to backhand and forehand slices. VIDEO: Search for "snappywrist" in YouTube for demonstration. RELATED PRODUCT: Try our PermaWrist product for a more forceful way to prevent improper wrist flicks. Click the "AA Swing" link at the top under the product title.