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How to install ShockSorb dampener on your racquet effectively without damaging the soft core.

Do you suffer from arm discomfort while playing tennis? If so, you're not alone. Even if you have decent technique, many players experience pain in the wrist, elbow, and shoulder due to the repeated vibration and impact on their arms when hitting a ball. The good news is that there's a simple solution that can help — adding ShockSorbs Original or UltraSoft dampeners to your racquet. These dampeners are unique in that they can effectively reduce the amount of shockwaves felt across your arm each time you hit a ball, bringing much-needed relief from pain and fatigue during play. In this blog post, we'll explain exactly how to put ShockSorbs dampeners on your racquet easily and effectively. You can also watch the video if you prefer visual instructions.

Installing the ShockSorb Racquet Dampener, the only dampener that is made for pain relief.

  1. Slide the middle of the dampener on the string.

  2. Push the dampener towards the installed part of the dampener, then slide on the other side.

  3. Puch the outer shell toward the strings then gently push up. Repeat on the other side, then repeat until the dampener is on the last bottom cross string.

  4. ShockSorb must be touching the last cross string to prevent falling out of the strings.

Uninstalling the ShockSorb Racquet Dampener

  1. Push the outer shell toward the strings then gently push down. Repeat on other side to slide down until it is off of the bottommost cross string.

  2. Push the ShockSorb away from you with your thumbs then slide the dampener out. (plastic core will prevent being damaged.)

  3. Take the ShockSorb out of the s