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LuckyLefty

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Wrist brace for an overreactive shot
« on: October 09, 2005, 08:47:57 AM »
Well ever since I shortened my span from Super stretched to CORRECT I've struggled.

And the wrist braces that I used to love work great one day and then seem to be too much another day while without one I've just never had the razor accuracy that I was known for with a stretched span.

Recently I had noticed a lot of our local bowlers who used wrist braces using a Power Paw from Master.

Now in my old area of the country this brace did not give the dramatic Lift that I used ot really enjoy and added little.  For some reason coupled with my now relaxed span this wrist brace seems to work VERY  well.

Today using this brace up 9 with a Flash Force that was sweet I was really getting marvelous smooth results on a shot that was giving other lefties a fit.
"They said reverse block".  A few shots with one of my standards the Robbies could hit the hole but not carry.  Switch to my other favorite the Mongoose lifte and I was getting some overunder in lift and hit!

But this baby seem to really make me a smooth stroker.  Lots of drive to my breakpoint and a smooth and angular attack angle to the hole.

I felt like a classic stroker instead of my usually slow speed croaker(half cranker self).

Seem to apply less lift nice smooth attack angle to the ball.

This Power Paw is the one with the two baby fingers contained with a strap.

Not to be confused with the Power Paw XL or the Power Paw Pro!  Like you knew!

http://www.masterindustries.com/products.php?cat=gloves%20%26%20wrist%20supports

REgards,

Luckylefty
PS I forget...are these wrist braces approved for PBA play?

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LuckyLefty

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Re: Wrist brace for an overreactive shot
« Reply #1 on: October 10, 2005, 10:28:16 AM »
Master approved for PBA play?

rEgards,

Luckylefty
It takes Courage to have Faith, and Faith to have Courage.

James M. McCurley, New Orleans, Louisiana