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Fat Gripz - The Ultimate Arm Builder

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  • The new worldwide training phenomenon which helps add muscle & strength to your upper body (especially your arms) in record time
  • Fat Gripz instantly convert barbells, dumbbells and chin-up bars into THICK BARS (twice as thick) so that you can train the way many pro athletes do
  • Used by thousands of athletes and military, including many Special Forces soldiers, NFL players, top MMA fighters, bodybuilders and CrossFitters
  • Featured by many major publications including Mens Health, Mens Fitness, Muscle&Fitness, Flex, Ironman, and Muscular Development
  • Made from a rubber-like military-grade high-density compound - they grip barbells, dumbbells, chin-up bars like a clamp and don't compress
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Fat Gripz
Fat Gripz The Ultimate Arm Builder!
Secret Of The Pros

"Using a thick-handled bar is one of the very best things you can do to develop maximum muscular size and strength. It develops levels of upper body power virtually incomprehensible to those who train only with regular bars" � Brooks Kubik, multiple world record holder and author of Dinosaur Training

Fat Gripz are Even Better than Thick Bars

Fat Gripz are the new worldwide training phenomenon which help add muscle and strength to your body in record time. They have been described as "the biggest thing to happen to weight training in the last decade". Fat Gripz instantly convert barbells, dumbbells and chin-up bars into THICK BARS (twice as thick) so that you can train the way many pro athletes do.

Why Fat Gripz Have Become Famous

Fat Gripz have over a quarter of a million Facebook fans (250,000+) are now used by members of the US Special Forces, British Royal Marine Commandos, NFL teams, top UFC fighters, champion bodybuilders, law enforcement officers, elite powerlifters, Crossfit athletes. Fat Gripz have been featured by Men's Health Magazine, Men's Fitness magazine, Ironman magazine, Flex magazine,Maximum Fitness magazine, Musclar Development magazine, Muscle & Fitness magazine, the New York Times #1 Best Seller, The 4 Hour Body by Tim Ferriss and many more.


Fat Gripz
Fat Gripz Really Work!
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Fat Gripz Are The New Worldwide Training Phenomenon Which Help Add Muscle & Strength To Your Upper Body (Especially Your Arms) In Record Time.

The science of thick bar/fat bar/axle bar training has been around for years but due to the high cost of these barbells and dumbbells the general public has been deprived...until now!

Jay Cutler
4x Mr Olympia Jay Cutler
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Muscle Size & Grip Strenth

Whether you want to build muscle to develop an impressive physique or get stronger for MMA, CrossFit, team sports, powerlifting or other sports, Fat Gripz will turbo-charge your training results.

Fat Gripz
Fat Gripz Are As Easy As 1, 2, 3
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Instantly Convert Regular Bars Into Thick Bars/Fat Bars/Axle Bars

Fat Gripz are made from a rubber-like, military-grade, high-density compound - they grip barbells, dumbbells, chin-up bars, cable attachments like a clamp and don't compress.

Fat Gripz
Increased Muscle Activation
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The Increased Muscle Activation Unlocks Size and Strength Gains

The thicker handles stimulate much more muscle activation in the hands, forearms, upper arms and whole upper body. More muscle activation means much bigger muscle and strength gains because your body can finally stop "holding back".

NFL workout
New England Patriots All Pro Safety, Adrian Wilson's Secret in Mens Health
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You Are Only As Strong As Your Weakest Link

Example: if your big bench-pressing muscles (pecs, delts, triceps) can handle 400lbs but your hands and forearms can only handle 200lbs, then your bench press is 200lbs. The biggest weakness almost every lifter and athlete has is in the hands and forearms. Think that's not a problem? Think again. The hands and forearms are your point of contact with the weight in 95% of exercises. Fat Gripz increase muscle activation throughout the entire arm and solve this problem by adding size and strength to the forearms and biceps, fast.

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Less Imbalances & Injuries And May Even Help With Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
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Less Imbalances & Injuries

Thick bars/Fat Gripz shift the stress off the joints and onto the muscles because a thicker handle spreads the weight over a larger area of the hand (just imagine bench pressing with a thicker bar compared to a standard skinny bar). It also makes the forearms extensors (the muscles on the top of the forearm) and forearm flexors (the muscles on the bottom) both work similar amounts and so helps avoids imbalances, weaknesses and injury.


Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 5 x 2.2 x 2.2 inches ; 1.2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: Made in USA
  • ASIN: B005FIS14Y
  • Item model number: 01
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (420 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #129 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

These can be slapped onto bars, dumbbells, cable attachments, pull up bars, special bars, etc.
Ty
Really enjoy using them with my P90X2 workouts... they make everything so much harder, and my forearms feel it every time!
Duane Fenn
The benefits of using a fat bar are well known, helping improve grip strength, and developing the forearms.
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74 of 82 people found the following review helpful By Ty on November 13, 2011
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I was considering buying a fat bar, but after coming across so many good reviews (and video reviews if you look for them) I decided to give Fat Gripz a try. I haven't used a fat bar before, but I can imagine these are similar enough that you can use them for most of the same lifts. I'm not sure I'd try any olympic lift variations using them. (This concern may just be because my grip strength isn't "quite there" yet.) I have used them for straight leg dead lifts and they stay on pretty comfortably. Additionally, I think they have an advantage vs a fat bar because you can apply them to ANY bar or dumbbell. Fat bars are pretty standard, not lots of variation. These can be slapped onto bars, dumbbells, cable attachments, pull up bars, special bars, etc.
A couple things I was concerned about that I learned after ordering:
-They are VERY heavy duty rubber. I used them on a brand new texas power bar (DEEP knurling) and it did nothing to damage the rubber.
-They attach and detach simply, you need two hands to pull it open and it just clamps on the bar
-They retain their shape very well after removing from the bar (not stretched out)
-Each fat Grip itself is pretty heavy (not so heavy that I would say "I benched 302 pounds counting the fat gripz" but heavier than I expected,) which is good in my opinion.

The only thing I'm not crazy about is that when they are placed on an olympic bar there is ~1 cm gap on the opening side. I'm not sure how/if fat Gripz could fix that, and it really isn't a huge problem. It just takes a little getting used to. I found the positioning of that gap is important and different for a push vs a pull. This is part of the reason I don't think I'd olympic lift in them.

All in all I'm very happy with them and they certainly do humble your grip strength the first time you use them. I look forwards to regularly using them within workouts.
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79 of 90 people found the following review helpful By carlos quinones on July 17, 2013
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I rarely write reviews. Just selfish I guess but I have to share since I have heard so much about these and have read some negative comments.

#1 The good: I buy a lot on Amazon, I shop for bargains everyday and I like quality over quantity. I always say, "skimp on price you will buy twice". These are tough made, solid construction devices. you get your moneys worth and unless you have a dog with a strong jaw use them as a chew toy, they just may last upwards of ten years. They go on and off easily.

#2 The bad: On two of my bars there is a gap. On one it is barely noticeable on the other it is maybe 1/2 an inch. Here is the secret..ready.... move the darn grip! If you rotate it you can make it face out , in, up, down or against your hand, if you wear gloves this isn't even an issue. So if you want to get these do not let those reviews scare you off. Common sense is available to all.

#3 The ugly: I just did bi's and tri's with these, I had to lower my weight and my forearms are so hurt I am typing veeerrrryyyy slowly. These surpass what I expected and if you are looking to fullfill your workout routine with huge arms and empower your forearms and grip to maximum results use these and when these get "old" get the Extremes. BUT do not think you can do the extremes NOW... these regular one will humble you.

As for the person who posted that these rotate around the bar, etc. If you are using these on a bar that is so thin it rotates around, do yourself a favor... return the bar to the elementary school you got it from and get an adult bar...I can not fathom in what world these will rotate around a bar for an adults gym.

If you are using these for pull ups and there is some rotating...THAT i can understand...
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42 of 47 people found the following review helpful By Big Daddy Mike on April 7, 2012
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These things are intense. A little pricey, which is why I held off for awhile before buying them, but well worth it. If you're looking for a fantastic and simple (not to say easy) way to increase grip strength and forearm development, these are the ticket. I've only been using them for a week and already I'm feeling results. Beware: if you use them on deadlift or rowing exercises, be prepared to be humbled. Quickly. I didn't really see a big weight or volume reduction when using them on curls (some to be sure) but WOW, when I used them on deadlifts, I couldn't get beyond my warm up weight for sets of six before my forearms were screaming. Even then, I had to reset my grip after every two reps at least. Looking forward to continuing to challenge myself and build Herculean forearms with these. 5 stars.
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31 of 38 people found the following review helpful By Mikel K on October 18, 2013
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My results have been OK. But nothing great.
It's nice to have the product just to change things up a bit.
It's a very well made product... very durable.
but reading some of these other reviews, you'd think these things were the second coming of Jesus.
I have to believe there's a large amount of marketing hype here.
I wouldn't go so far as to say there is fraud occurring here, but man, I've got to wonder...
And $37 bucks is a lot of money for these things.
I've been lifting most of my adult life. and let's face it.. there's a lot of snake oil shucksters in the business of bodybuilding.
Having had a chance to use them and see what impact they've had on my arms, I'd doubt I'd buy them again if I lost this pair.
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