I fell and ripped my tendon and breaking my right shoulder bone.I tried to go back to work only to ripped again.I can be painful passing the salt at the dinner table.Searching through Amazon looking for a back support belt I came across this shoulder brace.I've been using it for a week now and it works perfect.I can't lift heavy but it protects me when I do lift light stuff or make akward movements with my right hand.I recommend it for lifting light or heavy stuff in awkward positions..Back in 2007 I suffered an accident that left me permanently disabled.
He had read that using hand strengtheners could help to lower blood pressure slightly, so he wanted to get some. There were two in the package, the reviews were good, and the price was about the same as others on the market for only one, so we picked this one to buy. They arrived promptly and the pressure adjusts easily. He actually took one to work and left one at home so now he can use one at either location. They are comfortable on both his hands and mine, so that's important. He's pleased - so I am too. My husband wanted these.
My son loves to use the strengthening hand grips. This is a great product for a great price. This is a great item for a beginner workout.
The suit materials feel thicker than the TYR too and is advertised as longer lasting. I bought to replace a TYR Sport Men's Alliance Durafast Splice Square Leg Swim Suit that became thread bare, its seams opening after just 3 months. The larger/thicker liner is more comfortable and offers better concealment. This Aikiki suit fits my 37. We will see. 5" waist (actual measurement) nicely. Like the TYR, it has no pouch, just a front liner, which is larger and thicker than the TYR.
I did not rate them for durability, as I haven’t used them long enough to make that call. I waited for a week before I put in a review on these shorts. I have now used them three times. I commuted to work with them twice which is 15 miles each way and they worked fine, so yesterday I used them on a 50 mile ride with long flat sections, some rolling hills, and one steeper climb. No hot spots, and the seams did not chafe me.