It may be called “Tennis Elbow,” but it’s not confined to tennis players. No matter the sport, occupation or activity that causes it, pain at the outside portion of your elbow – Tennis Elbow - is the number one physical problem every year in the US workplace and in sports.
To everyone reading this, I urge you to ask one of the above-mentioned medical healthcare professionals about all that is stated here and get your own confirmation. Don't just listen to negative people or myself, check it out and find the truth about the technique, and about the love that many thousands of people feel for Armaid. And when you do, I hope you will share your findings with us and other forums.
Before you went ahead and bought an Armaid, you may have thought the retail cost of Armaid was too high. Now, you are in the family of over 40,000 users who have gained autonomy over their arm care and “love” their Armaids – a family where no one says, “It costs too much!”
Shooter’s Elbow is a catch-all term that describes tendinitis pain on either the inside (golfer's), outside (tennis) of the elbow or perhaps both sides at the same time! From a shooter's perspective, tight muscles and hurting elbows keep one from shooting as much or as accurately as one would like.
Sean Clayton is an Armaid Sponsored Elite Obstacle Course Racer. He is a loving father and husband and a perpetual inspiration to us here at Armaid. Feeling cooped into winter in Maine and also being nature lovers we chatted with Sean about why he chose outdoor sports and obstacle racing, working out outdoors and why the outdoors is important to him.
Client: "I have tennis elbow (partial tear w/ moderate to severe tendinopathy) and bought the orange extreme based upon the recommendation of a friend. Would the 3 ball roller be better for my elbow?"
By Naomi Shihab Nye, 1952
Before you know what kindness really is you must lose things, feel the future dissolve in a moment like salt in a weakened broth. What you held in your hand, what you counted and carefully saved, all this must go so you know how desolate the landscape can be between the regions of kindness. How you ride and ride thinking the bus will never stop, the passengers eating maize and chicken will stare out the window forever.
The pressure and massage of the Armaid is similar to what a sports therapist would apply, but instead of costing $75 a session, a workout with the Armaid is free (after the initial investment) and you don’t need to make an appointment. I am a do-it-yourselfer fan and was naturally attracted to the Armaid, but recommend getting an expert medical diagnosis before treating yourself in any way.
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