Example of the change depending on where the cupping band sling is used
In addition to the example, depending on the condition, it can be used on all fingers except the thumb.
When it is used for index finger, if you give a lot of force to push forward when throwing the ball, the person with weak index finger will drop the ball toward the index finger and loosen the ball.
If you put a cupping band on your index finger, you can push the ball without loosening the ball.
When used on ring finger, the force to push the ball becomes stronger, so that the pain caused by the wrong swing disappears and the lane is easier to grasp.
In addition, the impact is increased to increase the chance of strike (using ring finger and pinky together is more effective).
When used in conjunction with index finger and middle finger,
it can be easily used by people who have weak turn or people who have strong index finger strength and track flare on the ball's thumbhole.
When used in conjunction with a middle finger and ring finger, it makes the cupping the safest and strongest feature of the cupping band.
10-28-2019 06:59 AM
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