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Fitness Gear Adjustable Elbow Strap

Fitness Gear Adjustable Elbow Strap - Dick's Sporting Goods
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Get back in the game quickly with the Fitness Gear ® Adjustable Elbow Strap. Providing targeted compression, this strap is adjustable for custom comfort and support. Great for ailments such as elbow tendonitis, golfer's elbow or tennis elbow, the strap also provides symptomatic relief.

  • Used for elbow tendonitis, golfer's elbow or tennis elbow
  • Adjustable sizing allows for custom comfort and support
  • Provides symptomatic relief
  • Caution: This product contains natural rubber latex which may cause an allergic reaction. If any irritation occurs, discontinue use and consult a medical professional.
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Country of Origin: China
Web ID: 11005557

Customer Reviews:

Fitness Gear Adjustable Elbow Strap 3.5 5 15 15
elbow hurts This product id OK but no real improvement ober the ols bubble type compression straps. It is also harder to apply than the old type. September 25, 2013
"Good stuff" The band works very well for tennis elbow and the "pull strap" is good for tightening the band around the arm/elbow. August 29, 2013
Elbow strap It work for what is suppose to do, but with in 3 days the strap broke. They have not reinforced the sewing on the band right. Took back. August 15, 2013
Good product for small forearms! This product is probably good for smaller forearms... I don?t by any means have giant POPEYE forearms... average probably, but the Velcro isn?t strong enough to offer substantial enough pressure and loosens on flexing of the forearm especially when I do an athletic activity... It maybe better for smaller forearms. I should have looked for one that was a slip on sleeve style. July 23, 2013
Great relief for forearm tendinitis I am an active weight lifter (3-4x/week), and I lift heavy for strength, not endurance. I've had persistent problems with forearm tendinitis on the tendon which starts on the outside of my upper arm and curves over to the inside of my forearm, roughly following the brachioradialis. It bothers me with nearly all gripping exercises. I tried kinesiology tape, which does work but irritated my skin after a couple days. I'm happy to report that this support strap seemed to help considerably, and that pain is gone (after suffering with it for 6 months). In short, it works! The strap itself is easy to use and seems durable enough, but I'm waiting to see how long the velcro lasts because I keep it fairly tight. If you attach it tight below the widest part and then move it onto the widest part of your arm, you can achieve significant tension. Otherwise, it's hard to get it tight using one hand. It loses one star only because of the likely durability of the velcro and the difficulty achieving tension that I mentioned. However, it's effectiveness is definitely five stars, and it's value is excellent as well. Definitely worth a try if you're having similar issues. May 28, 2013
Great for maintaining tendon stability Torn tendons in both arms,, product provides enough support and stability to remain pain free while continuing exercising and sports related activities, May 9, 2013
Great Support product gave me the support i needed. No more pain in my forearm when i workout. March 26, 2013
one size does NOT fit all I bought this brace for my tennis elbow. The package says that one size fits all but it doesn't. Try this brace on before you buy it!! March 22, 2013
I would buy again It gets the job done. It controls the pain October 16, 2012
elbow help needs better target on the tendon...not enough pressure July 2, 2012
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