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Old 02-06-2015, 02:06 AM   #1
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Default List of all wrist lay back (locking) training aids

Among all of the training aids out there, I feel like the wrist laying back training devices are one of the few aids that actually work. So, I figured I'd list all that I know. Feel free to comment on any of them, review them, compare them or add to them. They are in order of most expensive to least expensive.

Wrist Assist $70 (www.squarehittennis.com)
Racket Bracket $40 (www.tennisracketbracket.com)
Angle Doctor $32 (www.oncourtoffcourt.com)
Wrist Brace $29 (www.sports-split-step.com)
Volley Doctor $26 (www.oncourtoffcourt.com)
Leverage Band $25 (www.apbelt.com)
Permawrist $20 (www.permawrist.com)

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Old 02-06-2015, 03:21 AM   #2
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I haven't tried any of them but might be interested in trying one out someday.
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Here is another one. Apparently it's a company out of Ireland. Not sure what shipping cost is for U.S.

EaziAce $19? (www.eaziace.com)

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Anybody have comments on any of them? Nobody?
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I don't think this forum is too active. Sadly, I've got nothing to add here.
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All its supposed to help with is volleys right?
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All its supposed to help with is volleys right?
No. Most of them are for helping with forehands and backhands as well.

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Here is one called Tennis Wrist COC from Japan.

http://www.tennis99.jp/99/archives/4222
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