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01-18-2015, 11:28 PM

Hi, Can anybody tell me where to buy the ProShot Glove. Will Shock Doctor be too big to hold the cue compare to ProShot Glove?
  
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04-25-2015, 06:57 PM

Peppersauce just turned me onto where to get the Pro Shot Gloves.......$25 plus shipping......thanks Peppersauce.

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05-03-2015, 12:45 AM

For the most part, these gloves etc... are not much more than wrist braces that one would use if suffering from Carpal Tunnel. Any Walmart or CVS or Walgreens will have these same type braces. I have one for each hand due to my own carpal tunnel issues that I've had and have used these to re-train my wrist to stay straight while shooting. They keep the wrist in a neutral and straight position, same as what you would want when shooting. They usually cost less than a dedicated 'pool' accessory. An example ... http://www.amazon.com/Mueller-Fitted...tunnel+support
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05-10-2017, 09:12 PM

Can someone explain to me why someone shouldn't just go get a medical brace for wrist sprain? Cause that's what this looks like .
  
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05-11-2017, 06:53 AM

I made a nice glove a few years ago to eliminate my Motorcycle action... no more motorcycle grip for me.
I made it from a Bowling Glove, it also stabilized the grip from any unwanted movement. Learning to lock my wrist & elbow hinge straightened my stroke to near perfection.
A glove helped me, After many reps, the muscle memory took over & the glove is in a drawer.

Dave 38 had a good explanation too...




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