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The Best Non-Slip Weight Lifting Straps To Protect Your Hands and Wrists While Making You Feel One With The Bar
– Premium High Quality Materials. Non Slip, will NOT slide across the bar or slip due to sweat or moisture.
– These non slip grip lifting straps are superior to old school grips that were too stiff to wrap around the bar. These grips are flexible and durable, allowing you to workout without grip fatigue and will not cause blistering calluses.
– The comfortable neoprene padded wrist support fully supports and cushions your wrists during intense weight lifting and exercise allowing you to lift heavier weights while feeling one with the bar.
- Product Dimensions: 7.6 x 3.5 x 2.1 inches ; 7.2 ounces
- Shipping Weight: 8 ounces
- ASIN: B00HUFXZG4
I actually like these better than Versa Gripps!!!
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I was a big time lover of Versa Gripps, and then I lost one. Just one. I couldn’t bring myself to cough up the money for them again, so I lifted without straps for a year or two. I then ran across these straps by Nayoya and figured I might as well give them a try for that price. Well they arrived in a nice protective pouch, which is awesome so the velcro won’t get stuck to 3r by the other stuff in my gym bag. I was AMAZED by these, I actually like these BETTER than my versa Gripps. The grip on these straps are longer, so they’re much easier to wrap for pulling lifts. The material of the grip is also significantly thinner than Versas so I feel like I still have full control of my grip, but with added support. The wrist portion is well padded and comfortable. My only “con” is that I have to overlap the neoprene on the wrist portion to make them fit. But I have freakishly small (but strong) 4 inch wrist. The overlap was not uncomfortable at all, just somewhat difficult to adjust them to that point. I’ve already recommended these to some friends. So pleased with these!!!
AWWWWLLL KINDZZ OF GAINS
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ALLLL KINDZZ OF GAINS PROS: This allows you to definitely increase weight in pulling motions, pushing motions maybe a little bit due to wrist support Great quality Personally within a month I increased my Dumbbell rows from 100lb up to 120lb for 4-6 Reps, obviously I was getting stronger but these helped a lot. For weighted pull ups I went from 30lb up to 50lb. Disclaimer: Not everyone’s results will be the same but this will help with your lifts Great wrist support and Comfort, no pinching or poking if put on correctly. IT DOESN”T STINK UP YOUR WRISTS I sweat a lot and it didn’t start getting smelly until 6 months 4-6 days a week 2 hour training sessions Obviously results may vary but I noticed it smelled newer even after a few months CONS: None really, My Velcro has finally started to come loose after 6 months and that is how long I have had it for. You shouldn’t expect Velcro to last that long and I’m surprised it did! The metal loop can sometimes put pressure on top of your hand when doing pushing motions but if you put it on correctly it is comfortable I’ll be buying another set soon.
Love! Would buy again.
I absolutely love these lifting straps. I have used them almost every day in the gym for about 4 months, and they help to protect my hands from blisters, support my wrists and maintain grip on heavy pulls/lifts. They even help with pull ups and chin ups, as the pad is very grippy. There is some wear on the pads, but for the price I would definitely buy them again. They are also extremely comfortable! Edit to add- my husband purchased another pair for me as a gift. Best gift ever.
Strong, Easy to Use… but make your palms a little sweaty
I really like these. I started lifting not quite a year ago and have been using these maybe 2-3 months now. I mainly use them for deadlifts (barbell) and shrugs (barbell). With the deadlifts, I was starting to outlift my grip and also was tearing up my hands with anything north of about 315 pounds, so these really help. I originally bought more traditional straps that are longer but those were very complicated to use. These are much simpler. Only cons is that I find my palms get very sweaty when I wear these. So I typically just have them on for a couple of sets when needed and then take them off. I don’t wear them for warm-up sets or other non-pulling lifts where I don’t need them. And I still use a little chalk too to dry out my palms. But otherwise overall I really like them.
Great, inexpensive, good quality product
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I was having some issues with tennis elbow and was having a difficult time with pulling up from the floor, so I could not do dead lifts or pulls. My trainer suggested that I get the lifting straps, and that was the best advice he could have given me. I did quite a bit of research on these straps, and I wanted a decent product, but I didn’t want to break the bank with my purchase. I have been using these for a while, and I was amazed about how much they helped me. I have been able to dead lift and do pulls and in using these straps, I do not have any pain in my elbow. It is like it takes all the pressure off of that part of the arm, and actually I feel more of a workout on the muscles that are supposed to be targeted, than straining my arms. This is a great product, and to be honest, I wasn’t sure what the quality was going to be for such an inexpensive product, but I have to say I am pleasantly surprised and very happy with my purchase. I would recommend these straps for anyone having the same issues I was having. They are an inexpensive product and good quality.
Very good straps for the price
I found and purchased these straps on Amazon back in September 2016. I really couldn’t justify the cost for a set of Versa Gripps so I gave the Nayoya’s a try based on the price and their reviews. I’ve been completely satisfied with them overall during that time. I primarily use them to deadlift 1 or 2 times a week pulling between 275 lbs and 350 lbs. My wrists are a little over 7 inches around; the wristbands fit comfortably and feel secure. The quality has been very good. They’ve held up well over the duration. I did have to cut off a couple of stray threads last week. I do keep them in the storage pouch while they’re in my gym bag as not to have the Velcro get hung up on anything while they’re knocking around in there. I’m sure that’s helped to keep them in decent shape. I’d say for their quality and the price they’re definitely worth a try.