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Grizzly Fitness Power Training Wrist Wrap
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- Neoprene padded wrist support.
- Velcro closure.
- Fully Adjustable.
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Top Customer Reviews
I've broken my right wrist several times and needed something to give me support during the many push ups the program requires you to do. From the first time I used them I had great support and was able to do 32 push ups without any pain in my wrist. (I only able to do 8-10 without them)
Great product and would recommended them to anyone looking for added support.
HOWEVER, I had to return them because they are absolutely not for any kind of lift where your wrists are in any high amount of extension (being bent backwards).
These straps would be excellent for:
* Bench press
* Strict shoulder press
* Barbell rows/Dumbell rows
These straps are not good for things like:
* Push press
* Handstand walks
* Clean & Jerk
The problem is that the nylon webbing which provides very good support in lifts where your hands are neutral in regards to your arm is extremely stiff. Because of that, when your hand moves back in extension, the stiff strap pushes very hard into the back of your hand, and in particular it very badly bruised the extensor pollicius brevis on both my hands (the tendon that goes between the back of your thumb and your wrist).
Basically, if you are doing strict weightlifting, these are well made and give good support.
If you're doing something like crossfit which had more mobility-based lifts and will be lifting with wrist extension, these are probably not the straps for you.
The Grizzly wraps are comfortable and very solid. You can wear them loose between sets and then crank them down when it comes time.
The support they provide is awesome as well. I lift respectable weights (bench 315, shoulder press 245) and they held up to the task.
For this price they can not be beat, next to good sneakers these are a great investment for working out
Injured wrists several times in my lifetime
-Punching things wrong
I usually lift pretty heavy and need primarily good wrist support without the gloves bunching up and pinching my fingers. For the money these are great.
I agree with the other rater in that the strap does loosen a little bit when doing reps, but the way to combat this is by tightening the straps. When I do this, I find that the straps loosen less during my repetitions. Also, the package states to wash these straps occasionally for best use although I have yet to do that. For the price these wraps are a very good buy considering other wraps sold in my area tend to cost more and appear a little bit more "lightweight" compared to these Grizzlies.
Working out is a fun and a very healthy act to engage in, but one has to be safe and responsible. Weight gloves, wrist wraps, and a good weight belt along with proper nutrition should be the standard as far as weight lifting goes.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
protect those wrists man!!! these and amazing!! short story i was curling 130lbs long bar and was so focused on sets my wrists bent too much i tore a muscle tissue connected to my... Read morePublished 15 days ago by Oscar
I just love these straps simple durable I just them everyday for wrist support on pulling and pushing motions at the gym.Published 28 days ago by Nicholas
Great product for the price. I lift moderate to heavy weights and I don't experience any wrist pain. They are comfortable and easy to get on and off. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
Delivery was good, product as described. looks pretty tough.Published 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
I am a frequent gym goer and rely on these when working with heavier weights.
These are GREAT for: Overhead press (especially this), bench press, dumbbell presses, skull... Read more
Its my second set in 4 years had to get new ones started to smell lolPublished 4 months ago by Robert
I bought these after recovering from having wrist surgery due to a tendon ripping threw my carpel tunnel (carpi ulnaris tendon dislocation) from weight training. Read morePublished 4 months ago by William Marker