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The diameter of a regular dumbbell is designed to be comfortable on the hand and forearm.
Over time, the body becomes accustomed to a normal grip, which can result in the lack of
grip force. Through the use of XXL GRIPs, you will be forced to exert more strength holding
onto the bar, resulting in a new training response that you have never felt before.
This can aid the development of the grip strength and strengthen weak link muscles
as a result

Whether at the gym or in everyday life, you will notice a rapid growth in strength.

A typical example of a weakening in grip force is the use of straps in the gym.
If you use straps for your lat pull-downs as support, your pull strength may develop
disproportionately to your grip strength, which can lead to imbalances in the body.

These imbalances could, in turn lead to injury or a training plateau. XXL GRIPs can help rectify these problems by helping to build strength in your grip.

Thick Bars are very popular with athletes and have a similar affect to XXL GRIPs. Why not train like an athlete and make the best out of your workouts?

Instead of spending a fortune on new equipment, why not invest in some XXL Grips that can be used on all bars and dumbbells for a fraction of the cost?

Benefits of XXL GRIPs to training and health:

1. You’ll spread the weight more evenly across your body.

When you first use XXL GRIPs, you may notice that there’s less pressure on your joints, like your wrists, elbows and shoulders. This is because you’re actually spreading the weight more evenly across your joints due to the ergonomic design. In addition, you´ll achieve a better training intensity with less weight. It decreases and minimizes the risk of injury and in fact, it can even help to heal existing injuries. You won’t be limited by pain in your joints so you can quickly increase the weight you lift.

2. You’ll eliminate imbalances by strengthening your grip

Because our bodies are programmed to stay in proportion, your arms, chest, shoulders and back will not develop – until your hands and forearms catch up. You can keep on training regardless – but you’ll hit a plateau. Regular barbells, and dumbbells don’t help. In fact, they actually make it worse. They’re designed to be easy on hands and forearms, meaning that the more you workout, the more they’re falling behind. This can force a training plateau and also serious injury.

3. You’ll increase muscle activation and minimize weak links.

When you use XXL GRIPs, you engage your hands and forearms more than with a regular bar. Muscles work harder and their neighboring muscles are forced to activate, thus amplifying their strength. So that means by working your hands and forearms harder, you’re increasing the muscle activation – and strengthening your upper arms, shoulders, chest and back