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ryansgalant

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Wrist brace
« on: March 22, 2004, 03:19:21 AM »
I was looking for a wrist brace,and wanted something that i could use while i got my wrist back into shape (i sprained it a couple weeks ago).  I've been using an ace bandage, but something tells me i'll need a brace later on anyway.  Well, i was looking at the pro-release line, mainly because i had a friend tell me that he had one, and it trained his wrist pretty good.  Is this a good move, or should I invest in something different.  I don't bowl great, but over the past two months i've raised my average from 120's to 170's, and i would really like to take my game to the next level.
Thanks,
Ryan

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tenpinspro

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Re: Wrist brace
« Reply #1 on: March 23, 2004, 05:55:56 AM »
Hey Ryan,

There is another type which may still be helpful to you and about half the price.  It's the Columbia Pro Wrist Glove, it only has a glove(no straps) from hand to the ball but it has a pretty strong piece of metal in the back for support.  This is thinner then the Pro Release which can be a little bulky if you haven't wore a glove before.  Hope this info helps...
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