Flexbar for Tennis Elbow Recovery and Therapy

Flexbar for Tennis Elbow Recovery and Therapy

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Description

Did you know that a tennis elbow can take up to a year to heal? Exerting excess pressure on your upper body can lead to constant pain in the elbows, creating hurdles in your routine activities. Using a flex bar tennis elbow can get your arms healing in no time. This tool is a perfect fit for anyone suffering from tennis elbows, working on post-surgical-grips, or just training to improve their arm flexibility.

  • Helps strengthen forearms and elbows!
  • Prevents future injuries!
  • Increases arm flexibility!
  • Helps regain post-surgical-grip!
  • Perfect for pre-workout warmup.
  • Reduces pressure on arms and elbow while exercising. 
  • Aids in the quick healing process!
  • Ideal for people with tedious manual work activities.

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A. People use flex bars for forearm and grip strengthening exercises that tone and build muscles. It is also used for medical conditions like tennis elbows and golfers elbow.

A. Hold the bar in a verticle position with the injured arm. Next, use your other hand to grip the upper end of the rubber bar and twist. Extend the bar in front of you, keeping your wrists steady. Slowly start releasing the twist with your injured hand while maintaining the bar's tension from your other hand.

A. Once the flex bar starts to feel too easy to twist, and you don't feel your forearms muscles getting worked, it's time to advance your flex bar resistance level.

A. Flex bar is one of the most recommended tools for improving tennis elbows, golfer's elbow, and tendonitis while enhancing your grip.

A. The Yellow bar (lowest resistance) is for beginners and the elderly. The Red bar is usually a starting point for women with regular built. The Green bar with medium resistance is the starting point for men with regular built. The Blue bar with the highest resistance level is recommended for people with very strong built and muscular power as it requires a high force to work with.

A. Flex bars have proven beneficial for improving grip and strengthening the forearm muscles apart from relieving elbow pain.

A. Start with three (3) sets of 15 reps twice a day. Once you have enough strength, increase the resistance level, and reduce the reps.

A. Yes. Start working with the elbow that has lesser pain and then moves on to the other elbow.

A. In the golfer's elbow, the pain is felt on the inside of the elbow and down the arm. In tennis elbow, the pain and tenderness are experienced on the outside of the elbow.

A. Holding both the wrists steady, extend your elbows in front of you. The injured wrist should be flexed inside towards you, while the other wrist should be flexed outside. Do the exercise 3 times a day with 15 reps for effective results.

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If you have any questions about this product please feel free to get in touch. We pride ourselves in the quality of our products and our customer service.

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  • A man strengthening his arm muscles by using DMoose tennis elbow bar

    Strengthens The Muscles

    Weak muscles can stop you from giving in your 100% at work. Using a flex bar to exercise is the easiest way to strengthen up your arm muscles. The extensor and flexor exercises help work everything from your elbow to your fingers, including strengthening your grip.

  • No More Tennis Elbows

    Is the fear of getting tennis elbows keeping you away from working hard? Worry no more. Adding a tennis elbow exercise bar to your daily warmup routine will help improve your hand's flexibility while preventing future injuries.

    A woman holding her right hand elbow
  • Green, Yellow, Blue and red color DMoose tennis elbow bars

    Multiple Resistance Levels

    DMoose flex bar comes in four color-coded resistance levels (from 6lbs to 25lbs) for you to exercise with, allowing you to challenge your muscles and advance through the bars as your arms strengthen.

  • Faster Healing

    Adding a flex bar to your exercises can be a shortcut to your muscles' rehabilitation and regaining your arm strength. By just managing 3 minutes a day, your muscle recovery is guaranteed within just a week! This means you can resume your training regime as soon as possible!

    A man demonstrating a boy how to use DMoose flexbar
  • A strong man bending DMoose tennis elbow bar

    A Tool For All

    Flex bar comes with no limitations for users, whether you're a musician, carpenter, typist, gamer, athlete, etc. Anyone exerting too much pressure on the arms can develop a tennis elbow, and using the flex bars, you can heal in no time.

  • No Supervision Needed

    Exercising with a flex bar is so easy that you won't have to wait for a coach or any supervision. All you have to do is buy tennis elbow bar equipment, look up for flex bar workout, and you're good to go.

    A woman holding DMoose flexbar from upper and lower corner

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Eugene
It helped me

Developed tennis elbow due to an ego issue (ie too much weight on my curls) and developed this constant aching pain and hardly any ability to do biceps curls, especially the eccentric part. I brought this and it helped me with my pain. I am back in gym again

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Dexter Deberry
product review

when I saw the Flex Bar I said, I have to try it. I like it. It helps me to relive the soreness of repetitive motion in my wrists, forearms and it's quite therapeutic. Good stuff 😀

B
Bryant H
It supressed my pain

I got this to try out a new treatment that they figured out for "tennis elbow." I don't play tennis, but I had developed what is essentially shin splints in my arms from swinging a hammer, using a drill, etc. while building my house. My doctor recommened this i brought it and it has helped me alot in supressing my pain.

J
Jennifer G
Fast delivery

Very fast delivery This was for my son & he said ya it's good

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JOHN NAZZARO

works really well for me

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Kelvin Padgett

I have been having a lot of pain and severe weakness in my left elbow. Since buying this pack of four and using the first level which is yellow. The pain in my elbow is less and the strength is starting to come back doing it slow and easy but I would recommend this product.

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CJ
Love these bars

I purchased the extra light and light bars because I developed golfer’s elbow. Love these bars and use them daily and yes they have helped greatly. They even supply a code so you can download recommended exercises. I definitely recommend these resistance bars!

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Bob
These are copies of the more expensive version

These work just as good as the brand name ones in the physical therapy work out area and less costly. I don't know who comes up with the names of these companies but I'm sure dmoose somehow translates into strength maybe.

Questions & Answers

Ask Us Anything

A. People use flex bars for forearm and grip strengthening exercises that tone and build muscles. It is also used for medical conditions like tennis elbows and golfers elbow.

A. Hold the bar in a verticle position with the injured arm. Next, use your other hand to grip the upper end of the rubber bar and twist. Extend the bar in front of you, keeping your wrists steady. Slowly start releasing the twist with your injured hand while maintaining the bar's tension from your other hand.

A. Once the flex bar starts to feel too easy to twist, and you don't feel your forearms muscles getting worked, it's time to advance your flex bar resistance level.

A. Flex bar is one of the most recommended tools for improving tennis elbows, golfer's elbow, and tendonitis while enhancing your grip.

A. The Yellow bar (lowest resistance) is for beginners and the elderly. The Red bar is usually a starting point for women with regular built. The Green bar with medium resistance is the starting point for men with regular built. The Blue bar with the highest resistance level is recommended for people with very strong built and muscular power as it requires a high force to work with.

A. Flex bars have proven beneficial for improving grip and strengthening the forearm muscles apart from relieving elbow pain.

A. Start with three (3) sets of 15 reps twice a day. Once you have enough strength, increase the resistance level, and reduce the reps.

A. Yes. Start working with the elbow that has lesser pain and then moves on to the other elbow.

A. In the golfer's elbow, the pain is felt on the inside of the elbow and down the arm. In tennis elbow, the pain and tenderness are experienced on the outside of the elbow.

A. Holding both the wrists steady, extend your elbows in front of you. The injured wrist should be flexed inside towards you, while the other wrist should be flexed outside. Do the exercise 3 times a day with 15 reps for effective results.

More Questions?

If you have any questions about this product please feel free to get in touch. We pride ourselves in the quality of our products and our customer service.

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