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Health Experts Review e3 Fitness Grips
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- MARATHONER BOB ROWDEN http://e3grip.com/bob-rowden/
Ever since then, the e3 Fitness Grips have improved my form dramatically -- simply by helping me to keep my elbows in toward my sides and drive my fists forward, rather than crossing over. With the e3 Fitness Grips, I feel like I have so much more control. My workouts go more smoothly and I am much more efficient on my longer runs (this last part turned out to be very important, considering I ended up logging over 2100 miles in the 2001 calendar year)...
- ELITE WORLD CLASS DISCUS THROWER SUZY POWELL http://e3grip.com/ms-suzy-powell-elite-world-class-discus-thrower/
As I prepare for my third Olympic team in 2004, I know the grips and my improved biomechanics will give me a competitive advantage...
- BOB KING, C.S.C.S. (PRESIDENT ATHLETE DEVELOPMENT CENTER)http://e3grip.com/bob-king-c-s-c-s-president-athlete-development-center/
I have always been pleased with our speed development program, but the addition of the e3 Grips has opened up a whole new area of instruction and learning. The e3 Grip has allowed us to make quicker, more permanent corrections to mechanical flaws in some athletes form. Thanks again for such a substantial innovation.”
IN THE NEWSPress
- LOS ANGELES TIMES: A good fitness tool made better
By Roy Wallack
February 14, 2014, 1:30 p.m.
e3 Core Activation fingerless gloves: These gloves are designed to help improve your balance — and therefore, strength and speed. The design, from Sacramento biomechanist/Shiatsu massage artist Stephen Tamaribuchi, claims to straighten your posture by reducing the arm’s internal rotation, which causes shoulders to slump forward and inward. Utilizing the same principles used in the inventor’s e3 Biogrips, well-known among runners (and reviewed favorably in this column) for reducing side-to-side body sway, the gloves include a pad that rounds the thumb position and dense material that restricts the closure of the index and middle finger, thereby increasing the grasping responsibilities of the pinky and ring finger. Operating from a more-stable base, the ...