GRIPS & SUPPORTS

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Fat Grips
£19.99 £29.99
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Workout Hand Grips
£14.99 £19.99
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Carbon Fiber 3 Hole Grips
£24.99 £39.99
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Diamond 3 Hole Hand Grips
£24.99 £39.99
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Diamond Fingerless Hand Grips
£24.99 £39.99
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Palm Protection Gloves - Black
£15.99 £19.99
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Palm Protection Gloves - Pink
£15.99 £19.99
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Palm Protection Gloves - camo
£15.99 £19.99
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Anime Wrist Wraps (Baki Hanma)
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Anime Wrist Wraps (Ben10)
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Anime Wrist Wraps (Zoro)
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wrist wraps green camo
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wrist wraps Black Blue
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Hustlers Only Checkerboard Wrist Wraps (Black-White)
£17.99 £19.99
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Hook Grips
£19.99 £29.99
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Signature Gym Gloves - Pink
£19.99 £24.99
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GRIPS & SUPPORTS

Lifting grips are versatile gym equipment that can benefit athletes of all levels. However, before starting a new weightlifting routine, it's essential to consult a personal trainer and use weightlifting grips & supports for safety. Gym grips help reduce hand sweat, improve grip strength, and minimize the risk of calluses, tears, or rips. There are two types of gym grips- lifting straps and weightlifting gloves, and both have their own advantages. Women tend to use gym grips less than men due to marketing, but both genders can benefit from using them during workouts. Gym gloves come in different styles and sizes, including thumb straps, silicone nubs, wrist wraps, and metal hinges.

If you're unsure about which type of gym grip to use, it's important to test out a few different options and see which one works best for you. Some gym-goers prefer weightlifting gloves because of the extra padding they provide, while others prefer lifting straps because of the added grip strength.

It's also important to consider the fit of your gym grip or glove. A poorly fitting gym grip can actually do more harm than good, as it can slip during a lift and cause an injury.

In addition to gym grips and gloves, there are other types of weightlifting supports that can be beneficial during a workout. Wrist wraps, for example, can help to provide extra support and stability during heavy lifts, while knee sleeves can help to protect your knees during squats and other leg exercises.

Ultimately, the most important thing is to find the right combination of gym accessories that works for you and helps you to achieve your fitness goals. Whether you prefer gym grips, gloves, wrist wraps, or other types of support, there are plenty of options available to help you maximize your workout and reach your full potential.