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"I bought these because of the price. They are half the price of Nike and I wasn't expecting much BUT to my surprise, Uvoider sleeves are of better quality and feel great. Not only do they protect you from the UV but they double as compression sleeves keeping your arms from getting tired. I am well pleased. I returned and purchased 3 more pair!".......by Tommy Jennings
"Your arm sleeves are awesome! Wish I'd discovered them sooner! I suffer from Melanoma skin cancer and really shouldn't be exposed to the sun over any part of my body. Your sleeves allow me to work in the sun without worry. Can't say enough about how much they improve my lifestyle. I classify products in 2 ways: swear by and swear at. The first time I put on a pair, I knew I had a product to swear by. Can't go wrong with the price either."........by Pierre DuCharme
"These sleeves are obviously high quality - much better material than some I have had. While the material is heavier than some, the sleeves still feel equally as cool as any I have had. Fit is really good and it appears that the elasticity off the fabric will last a long time. Very happy with the purchase.".......by Bruce King
A relaxed golf swing solves a lot of problems. Keeping the body, and especially the arms, in a relaxed state is the key to tempo, timing, and a proper release of the golf club. One helpful aid for keeping your arms relaxed that every golfer should consider is wearing quality golf arm sleeves.
All golfers, even the PGA and LPGA tour professionals, have difficulty staying relaxed and must find solutions to the problem of tension that work for them. Many weekend warriors advise their playing partners and even professional golf instructors tell their students that too much grip pressure makes it impossible to swing through impact and release the club with any kind of rhythm or feel. They talk about a scale where 10 is the tightest grip pressure you can apply and 1 is the lightest grip pressure you can apply. They then advocate that you should have and try to feel a grip pressure of 4 or 5. While they are correct that too much grip pressure prevents a good swing and release of the club, is trying to feel grip pressure the right way to go about it? For most golfers it is not and there is a much better swing thought. Rather than thinking about having some level of grip pressure, think about having relaxed arms. This is where quality golf arm sleeves are beneficial. The compression in golf arm sleeves keep your arms relaxed and hanging freely from your shoulders. This enables you to actually feel your relaxed arms, not just think about being relaxed, and your grip will be the correct pressure without you having to even worry about it.
Big muscles engage, small muscles tense up. Instead of thinking about small muscles and grip pressure, think about big muscles and relaxation. If you tense up, don’t even try to make your swing. Just back off and regroup. Feel the relaxation in your body and then engage the muscles in your core just enough to achieve connection with the big muscles that extend from your core. After taking a smooth and connected backswing, rotate and release.
If you find yourself freezing up over the ball or not being able to pull the trigger and start your backswing, then it is likely that you have too much tension. It starts in your grip with the small muscles and extends to your wrists and forearms. For most golfers, you cannot think your way to a tension-free swing when you already feel tense. If you are struggling with your release on account of tempo and timing issues caused by your small muscles hijacking your swing, consider wearing a pair of quality compression arm sleeves. They will give you the relaxed feeling in your arms that you need for a tension-free swing and better release of the golf club.