Predator Nutrition: Predator Padded Lifting Straps

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Predator Padded Lifting Straps

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Support your grip

Goal: Build Muscle

  • Increase the amount you can lift
  • Supports the wrist joints
  • Added padding for more comfort during heavy lifts
  • Made from durable material to last for a long time
  • Easy to use
  • Supports grip strength during olympic lifts and back exercises
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Directions For Use

Thread the ends of the straps through the loops to form circles. Put the straps on. Slide your hands through the circles or attach the straps with the hook-and-loop fasteners so the end of the straps hang down along your fingers. Pull on the ends of the straps or adjust the hook and loop fasteners until the straps fit snugly around your wrists. Wrap the ends of the strap around the bar (or bars) holding the weight. Start by going under the bar from back to front, and then wrapping the strap over the top and under again. Some weight trainers prefer to wrap the straps in a figure-8 configuration. Place your hands over the straps to hold them in place. If you're uncomfortable, re-wrap the straps. Roll the bar toward you until the straps are tight and pull on your wrists.
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Why

Lifting straps are useful tools for weight training. If you've gained enough strength to start lifting heavier weights but find that your hand grip isn't strong enough to hold weights for exercises such as dead lifts, weighted pull-ups or shrugs, you should consider using lifting straps. The straps allow you to lift some of the weight with your wrists so you can hold onto it long enough to complete your exercise

When

Lifting straps should be used when carrying out heavy lifts on pulling exercises when your own grip isn't strong enough. Do not use lifting straps every set as this will prevent your grip strength from improving and could potentially cause injury later down the line.

Who

We recommend every athlete new to weight lifting or experienced use lifting straps, but only when your grip strength isn't strong enough for that set.

Predator Nutrition Predator Padded Lifting Straps Review A lot more than 2 durable pieces of cloth! Lifting straps have become an essential to the training of weightlifters, due to their ability to reinforce the grip. Grip strength is vital in weight lifting and it has been shown lifting straps can add 5% to the weight you can use. Straps not only help in increasing performance, but can help take some stress away from the wrist joints depending on the position of the straps. Predator Padded Lifting Straps have a soft padding at the base of the strap to add comfort when lifting.
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Worth every Penny

I made a PR with these on traps and conventional deadlifts. Worth the price! Really good quality. I also use it for my front squat and while pulling when my grip starts to become a limiting factor. I love them.

Very good straps!

I have got these for the loyalty points after I have lost my other pair. I must admit that that they have been used heavily but not a single tear yet. Very comfortable and easy to use. They are a bit lenghty but I think that might be better? Just need to get used to them. Highly recommend!

Decent straps for price

Good quality standard lifting straps, used a fair few times nice and comfy.

Predator Padded Lifting Straps
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Predator Nutrition Predator Padded Lifting Straps Review A lot more than 2 durable pieces of cloth! Lifting straps have become an essential to the training of weightlifters, due to their ability to reinforce the grip. Grip strength is vital in weight lifting and it has been shown lifting straps can add 5% to the weight you can use. Straps not only help in increasing performance, but can help take some stress away from the wrist joints depending on the position of the straps. Predator Padded Lifting Straps have a soft padding at the base of the strap to add comfort when lifting.
Customer Reviews
100%
 3 REVIEWS
Worth every Penny

I made a PR with these on traps and conventional deadlifts. Worth the price! Really good quality. I also use it for my front squat and while pulling when my grip starts to become a limiting factor. I love them.

Very good straps!

I have got these for the loyalty points after I have lost my other pair. I must admit that that they have been used heavily but not a single tear yet. Very comfortable and easy to use. They are a bit lenghty but I think that might be better? Just need to get used to them. Highly recommend!

Decent straps for price

Good quality standard lifting straps, used a fair few times nice and comfy.

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Directions For Use
Thread the ends of the straps through the loops to form circles. Put the straps on. Slide your hands through the circles or attach the straps with the hook-and-loop fasteners so the end of the straps hang down along your fingers. Pull on the ends of the straps or adjust the hook and loop fasteners until the straps fit snugly around your wrists. Wrap the ends of the strap around the bar (or bars) holding the weight. Start by going under the bar from back to front, and then wrapping the strap over the top and under again. Some weight trainers prefer to wrap the straps in a figure-8 configuration. Place your hands over the straps to hold them in place. If you're uncomfortable, re-wrap the straps. Roll the bar toward you until the straps are tight and pull on your wrists.
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