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Using thick-handled bars is one of the very best ways to develop maximum muscular size and strength.
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.
Fat Gripz is used by thousands of athletes and military including many Special Forces soldiers, NFL players, top UFC fighters, champion bodybuilders, crossfitters, law enforcement officers, elite powerlifters and many other athletes.
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.
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 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.
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'.
Example: If your big bench-pressing muscles (pecs, delts, triceps) can handle 400 pounds but your hands and forearms can only handle 200 pounds, then your bench press is 200 pounds. 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 percent of exercises. Fat Gripz increases muscle activation throughout the entire arm and solve this problem by adding size and strength to the forearms and biceps, fast.
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.
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You can easily use them on the EZ Curl Bar, a barbell, or dumbbells.
Fat Gripz have helped me in so many ways imaginable; they increased the muscle and definition gains on my arms while also making my grip strength insanely stronger.
I can honestly tell a huge difference in my forearm strength, less joint pain, and I have noticed it helps focus on the main muscle I am working that day!
waaaay to expensive for what it does. two pieces of rubber shouldnt cost more then 12-15 bucksPublished 20 hours ago by jason
There just so damn expensive... I use them mainly for zercher squatsPublished 1 day ago by Michael W.
I rarely write reviews, but felt compelled to show this product the love it deserves.
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Fat Gripz are a great product, they are durable so you do not need to worry about ripping even if you are switching them on and off multiple sets of dumbbells and barbells. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Sam Kron
Got them for a friend who does bodybuilding professionally. He loved them.Published 3 days ago by leon1986
Fat Gripz are extremely useful for certain chest and shoulder press exercises (dumbbell and barbell) and also more specifically for curls (dumbbell and barbell). Read morePublished 4 days ago by Jesse Estok
I was stuck in with my workouts and saw a buddy of mine using these at the gym and inquired about them. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Carlos Silva
These are not for everyone, they work muscle specially elbows dat could lead to injuries.Published 5 days ago by Roy R. Mateen