Wrap the K-Snap on your dominant playing wrist and secure it with the Velcro strap. It should feel snug on your wrist, but not too tight. Next, apply the black plastic loop around the appropriate finger (listed below), based on the sport you are training for. The last step is to attach the other end of the plastic strap to the base of the K-Snap. You do this by pressing the strap onto the white stem. The hole you select will depend on the size and length of your hand. The device should be adjusted on the wrist and knuckles to “snap” at the proper breaking point of the wrist. If desired, the strap can be cut once the appropriate position of the strap is achieved.
Baseball training uses the index/pointer finger.
Softball training uses the index/pointer finger.
Lacrosse training uses the index/pointer finger.
Football training uses the index/pointer finger.
Basketball training uses the middle finger.
Volleyball training uses the middle finger.
Golf training uses the thumb.
The Velcro strap is designed to be one size fits all. It allows you to adjust it based on the size of your wrist. The hook and loop closure allows you to adjust the tension based on the size of your hand and desired range of motion.
The effectiveness of the K-Snap will become evident very quickly. With the first use of the K-Snap training device, you will be able to identify the optimal breaking point of an athlete’s wrist. The sound of the click indicates the timing of the wrist’s breaking point in the throwing, shooting, or swinging motion. If the wrist is breaking too early, the pitch will not accurately cross the plate, the basketball will miss the hoop, and the golf swing will go awry. By fine tuning the timing of the wrist’s breaking motion, you fine tune the desired outcome of play! The sound of the click and the physical resonation of the device’s snap help the player focus on the timing of the motion required to achieve maximum accuracy.