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Dynaflex Tourgrip Trainer

Dynaflex Tourgrip Trainer
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Dynaflex TourGrip Golf Pro Gyro Trainer (with Training CD) - 1 ea.
Dynaflex TourGrip Golf Pro will help you to increase your range, accuracy, and distance!

Patented golf-like handle, 13,000 RPM, and 38 lbs of resistance all go into helping you increase your forearm and grip strength, range of motion, accuracy and distance. All while aiding in the rehabilitation and prevention of Carpel Tunnel Syndrome, tennis elbow, arthritis, and tendonitis.

Questions: Call Manufacturer at 714-630-0909 or Visit: www.centerforcegolf.com

Features:

    • Patented golf-like handle (much like the grips you use on your personal golf clubs)
    • 13,000 RPM
    • 38 lbs of resistance
    • Control club head
    • Helps to increase: forearm and grip strength, range of motion, accuracy and distance
    • Improve stability through impact
    • Includes an Instructional Training CD and starter cord.
    • Aids in rehabilitation and prevention of: Carpel Tunnel Syndrome, tennis elbow, arthritis, and tendonitis.

    Warranty:

      The TourGrip Gyro Trainer is warranted to be free from defects and workmanship for the lifetime of this product by the manufacturer.
      For replacement, send the damaged TourGrip Gyro Exerciser prepaid with a check for 13.95 to cover shipping and handling to 1144 N Grove, Anaheim, CA, 92806.
      This warranty is for US/Canada customers only.
      For all other questions please call Center Force Golf at 714-630-0909 or visit them at www.centerforcegolf.com

    Care and Handling:

    The TourGrip Gyro Trainer is a precision conditioning instrument that should not be dropped on floors, pavement, etc. The gyro mechanism is self-contained and impregnated with a lifetime lubricant

    1. Avoid getting lint inside
    2. Do not immerse in water
    3. Do not drop on a hard surface
    4. Do not touch moving rotor to your skin. Stop rotor by letting it run down or by touching lightly to lint-free cloth
    5. Product not guaranteed against breakage due to misuse

    Starting Instructions:

    1. Insert tip of the starter cord into the hole of the TourGrip gyro rotor.
    2. Wrap the starter cord around the rotor groove 1 full turn.
    3. Pull the starter cord quickly to activate the gyro.
    4. To build up speed move the gyro rapidly in a circular or side to side motion as shown below.

    Method A: Hold the TourGrip Gyro Trainer in your left hand with the rotor (the open portion of the case) facing up. Stroke hard quickly across the rotor with your right palm, in the direction of the rotor lines.

    Method B: With the gyro in your left hand, strike rotor with your right thumb. Flip the thumb forward striking the rotor in the same direction as the lines on the rotor starts to spin rapidly.

    Dynaflex
    1144 N Grove
    Anaheim, CA, 92806
    ©Center Force Golf 2005www.centerforcegolf.com

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Features:

    • Patented golf-like handle (much like the grips you use on your personal golf clubs)
    • 13,000 RPM
    • 38 lbs of resistance
    • Control club head
    • Helps to increase: forearm and grip strength, range of motion, accuracy and distance
    • Improve stability through impact
    • Includes an Instructional Training CD and starter cord.
    • Aids in rehabilitation and prevention of: Carpel Tunnel Syndrome, tennis elbow, arthritis, and tendonitis.

Directions:

Starting Instructions:

  1. Insert tip of the starter cord into the hole of the TourGrip gyro rotor.
  2. Wrap the starter cord around the rotor groove 1 full turn.
  3. Pull the starter cord quickly to activate the gyro.
  4. To build up speed move the gyro rapidly in a circular or side to side motion as shown below.

Method A: Hold the TourGrip Gyro Trainer in your left hand with the rotor (the open portion of the case) facing up. Stroke hard quickly across the rotor with your right palm, in the direction of the rotor lines.

Method B: With the gyro in your left hand, strike rotor with your right thumb. Flip the thumb forward striking the rotor in the same direction as the lines on the rotor starts to spin rapidly.

Warranty:

    The TourGrip Gyro Trainer is warranted to be free from defects and workmanship for the lifetime of this product by the manufacturer.
    For replacement, send the damaged TourGrip Gyro Exerciser prepaid with a check for 13.95 to cover shipping and handling to 1144 N Grove, Anaheim, CA, 92806.
    This warranty is for US/Canada customers only.
    For all other questions please call Center Force Golf at 714-630-0909 or visit them at www.centerforcegolf.com

Care and Handling:

The TourGrip Gyro Trainer is a precision conditioning instrument that should not be dropped on floors, pavement, etc. The gyro mechanism is self-contained and impregnated with a lifetime lubricant

  1. Avoid getting lint inside
  2. Do not immerse in water
  3. Do not drop on a hard surface
  4. Do not touch moving rotor to your skin. Stop rotor by letting it run down or by touching lightly to lint-free cloth
  5. Product not guaranteed against breakage due to misuse
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