TheraBand FlexBar

$18.00 - $33.14
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Pain Relief This twist bar is made for stretching the upper extremities to help reduce muscle soreness and joint pain. When recovering from elbow injuries or surgery, it can be nearly impossible to find the right tools with so many splints, bands, braces, and straps available. Stop trying remedies... more info

  • Made from durable rubber with a rigid texture for easy grip and motor control
  • Flexible fitness bar for tennis elbow, golfer's elbow, tendonitis, and many other upper extremity conditions
  • Clinically proven to reduce elbow pain and increase strength in tendons by 72% in tennis elbow patients
  • This exercise bar comes in four resistance levels:
    • Extra Light
    • Light
    • Medium
    • Heavy
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Brand TheraBand
Pain Relief This twist bar is made for stretching the upper extremities to help reduce muscle soreness and joint pain. When recovering from elbow injuries or surgery, it can be nearly impossible to find the right tools with so many splints, bands, braces, and straps available. Stop trying remedies... more info

The perfect tool for combating tennis elbow, golfer’s elbow, & tendonitis.

TheraBand FlexBar is the perfect tool for combating tennis elbow, golfer's elbow, and tendonitis while providing improved hand strength and pain relief.

The FlexBar is clinically proven to increase tendon strength and reduce elbow pain for those who suffer from tennis and golfer's elbow. The FlexBar's rigid rubber design allows for various hand, arm, elbow and grip strengthening exercises.

Choose the Right FlexBar

Whether you are a beginner with limited strength or at an advanced level needing more resistance, TheraBand FlexBar has a range of progressive resistance levels for your needs and goals.

As your strength improves and you're in need of a greater challenge, advance to the next resistance level or increase your reps.

Yellow (extra light)

  • Ideal for beginners, youth and seniors that are experiencing elbow pain
  • 1 3/8" diameter
  • Takes 6 lbs of force to bend in U-shape

Red (light)

  • Typical starting point for women experiencing tennis elbow pain
  • 1 1/2" diameter
  • Takes 10 lbs of force to bend in U-shape

Green (medium)

  • Typical starting point for men experiencing tennis elbow pain
  • 1 3/4" diameter
  • Takes 15 lbs of force to bend in U-shape

Blue (heavy)

  • Designed for advanced and elite sports grip training
  • 2" diameter
  • Takes 25 lbs of force to bend in U-shape.

Tyler Twist Exercise for Tennis Elbow

A simple rehabilitation exercise for tennis elbow sufferers.
Follow these step by step instructions for pain relief with an easy twist of the wrist.

Repeat 10-15 Times | Up to Three Times a Day:

Begin with the yellow FlexBar, and once you can easily perform the exercise advance to the next color of resistance for a greater challenge.

STEP 1:
Hold the FlexBar vertically in front of you, with your injured hand on the bottom end, and extend your wrist.

STEP 2:
Grasp the upper end of the bar with your other hand, facing your palm away from you.

STEP 3:
Twist the bar with the top hand as you stabilize with the bottom.

STEP 4:
Hold both wrists steady as you extend both elbows in front of you, turning the FlexBar horizontally. The wrist on your injured side should be extended and your other wrist flexed.

STEP 5:
Slowly release the bar with your injured side while maintaining tension with the uninjured side.

See the complete
Tyler Twist Exercise in action!

 

Additional FlexBar Exercises

The FlexBar isn't just for combating elbow tendonitis, Guitarists, rock climbers, fisherman, gymnasts, and many others can use the FlexBar to build hand strength and prevent injury.

Reverse Tyler Twist

Recommended for golfer's elbow

 

Repeat 10-15 Times | Up to Three Times a Day:

Begin with the yellow FlexBar, and once you can easily perform the exercise, advance to the next color of resistance for a greater challenge.

STEP 1:
Hold the FlexBar horizontally in front of you, with your injured hand on the bottom end of the bar.

STEP 2:
Reach over the top of the FlexBar with your other hand. Grab the bar and twist upward.

STEP 3:
Maintain the bar in a twisted state with both of your palms facing you.

STEP 4:
Hold both wrists steady as you extend both elbows in front of you. Maintain a flexed wrist with your injured arm.

STEP 5:
Slowly release the bar with your injured side while maintaining tension with the uninjured side.

TheraBand FlexBar Wrist Wring-Out

Recommended for arthritis & rock climbers

Step 1:
With both hands grasp the FlexBar, have your palms down and elbows out like you are about to wring-out a towel. To ensure a tight grip squeeze the FlexBar with both hands.

Step 2:
Simultaneously perform a wringing motion - one of your hands moves away from your body as the other one moves toward.

Step 3:
Hold 2-3 seconds. Slowly return to starting position (neutral). Repeat.

TheraBand FlexBar Wrist Ulnar Deviation

Recommended for baseball & tennis players

Step 1:
Grasp one end of the FlexBar with the hand of the wrist to be exercised. Place that same bent elbow on a table, with the other end of the FlexBar resting on the table, approximately one foot away from your elbow. Place the non-exercising hand on your bent elbow for stabilization.

Step 2:
Keeping your forearm stationary, slowly push against FlexBar to bend your hand down towards table. Move your hand towards the 'pinkie side' to exercise the muscles responsible for ulnar deviation.

Step 3:
Hold 2-3 seconds. Slowly return to starting position (neutral). Repeat.