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Wrist supports/straps

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2006/07/12 00:50:24 (permalink)

Wrist supports/straps

I have seen people down the gym using them on dead lifts. Im starting to really struggle keeping a grip of the bar as my strength goes up. Can anyone recommend something that would help this, and where I could purshase these.
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post edited by chris102 - 2006/07/12 00:53:28
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    sl
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    RE: Wrist supports/straps 2006/07/12 03:15:12 (permalink)
    as you said straps lol....try ebay.
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    RE: Wrist supports/straps 2006/07/12 10:00:58 (permalink)
    Yeah mate straps rule . . . man and i thought i had a short term memory problem LOL

    When you use straps it takes alot of the weight off your hands and then you can concentrate on deads, also i use these for shrugs

    I got mine from a small sports shop or evan your gym should sell them there only like a fiva
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    skinhead skullcrushe
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    RE: Wrist supports/straps 2006/07/12 21:00:16 (permalink)

    all natural, no proteenz, you only got one liver son------mr angry (jacked fibras cut like diamonds)
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    nitram100
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    RE: Wrist supports/straps 2006/07/12 21:50:59 (permalink)
    chalk will transform your deadlifting.

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    dirtyvest
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    RE: Wrist supports/straps 2006/07/12 21:56:35 (permalink)
    Straps as a last resort IMHO..... chalk, alternate over/under grip and a little bit of supplementary grip work and it should be a while before you have a problem
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    RE: Wrist supports/straps 2006/07/13 03:01:02 (permalink)
    Everlast wrist supports sometimes and for martial arts.
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