null

Turbo Wrist Restrictor

(9 reviews) Write a Review
On Sale
  • Turbo Wrist Restrictor
  • Turbo Wrist Restrictor worn
  • Turbo Wrist Restrictor instructions
  • Turbo Wrist Restrictor Size Chart
MSRP: $59.95
Now: $32.95
Was: $37.95
— You save $27.00
Frequently bought together:

Description

Turbo Wrist Restrictor

The Wrist Restrictor is an easy-to-use training aid that can be worn to restrict or enhance wrist rotation during the bowling release. Topping the ball, or over-rotating, at the point of release drastically affects the movement of the ball down lane. The Wrist Restrictor will help sync wrist and elbow through the release to correct over rotation. A backup ball release is a clockwise (RH) or counter clockwise (LH) rotation of the wrist which is opposite of a traditional hook. The Wrist Restrictor helps sync the movement of elbow and wrist limiting rotation and correcting back up ball release. Product includes 3 pcs: Glove, Forearm Band and Strap.

  • Color: Black
  • Sizes: Small/Medium, Medium/Large, Large/XL (sizes are universal for Left- and Right-hand)
View AllClose

9 Reviews

  • 3
    still unsure

    Posted by Carl on Jun 9th 2021

    The brace came in a timely manner but we are unsure how effective it is. The material that wraps around the forearm isn't pliable and my wife stated that it was very uncomfortable when strapped on tight.

  • 5
    Great value

    Posted by John Egan on Aug 29th 2020

    Great training aid for correcting early turn and overturn. Gives instant feedback.

  • 3
    Turbo Wrist Restrictor

    Posted by DaChief on Mar 9th 2020

    I bought this for someone in the small size and after several attempt to put on the unit it just doesn't seem to be right for her ... We have not given up and we live close to the Turbo Distributor here in Michigan as we might have to visit them for them to show us how to fit it !!!!

  • 4
    Wrist Restrictor

    Posted by Jonathan H on Dec 26th 2019

    Not very comfortable glove or scratchy wrist wrap, use underlayment on forearm, makes it better. Does work to stay behind ball, give it time to feel right. I got one size up from my measurements, glove still tight going on, wrap better fit. Did have previous size suggested, no way that was fitting.

  • 2
    Turbo Wrist Restrictor

    Posted by Joel Resnick on Sep 18th 2019

    I found the small medium didn't restrict me from my 75 degrees of axis rotation. Muscle memory from this 79 year old bowler is a tough habit to break.

  • 4
    wrist restrictor

    Posted by leonard hull on Jun 6th 2019

    very helpful training tool

  • 4
    Great concept, but...

    Posted by Gary Fleming on Apr 19th 2019

    The glove is somewhat uncomfortable to wear while using. You need to measure more than just across your knuckles as the sizing chart recommends. I would buy the next size up instead of going with the size the chart recommends. The glove needs to be re-designed, but the concept is great and will train you for the proper feel. My complaint with the glove is the thumb cut out is too small and the glove between the index and middle finger is uncomfortable to use as it cuts into the web between your fingers.

  • 3
    Turbo

    Posted by Keith on Mar 28th 2019

    Works with proper usage. Have patience and give it around 40 franss of practice to start. You should feel a difference after, then use every practice as needed to develop that muscle memory

  • 5
    Turbo Wrist Restrictor

    Posted by Rick Cashell on Mar 15th 2019

    The name says it all! I have had a problem with early turn for as long as I have been bowling (a very looooong time) and this device minimizes the problem quite a bit. I've already won a tournament using it. I like it so much I bought another one.

View AllClose