Gym Wrist Wraps for Weightlifting
No doubt you've seen CrossFitters a number of people in the gym wearing wrist wraps, especially on exercises like the bench press and overhead press. They are great for providing support and ensuring you keep the right form when lifting. The last thing you want is to over extend your wrists and get injured. Our wraps distribute the load evenly so you can lift with confidence. If you're into bodybulding, CrossFit, powerlifting or gymnastics, they are an essential tool for your kit bag.
How to Choose the Right Wrist Wraps
Just because you saw some cheap ones on Amazon with a ton of reviews it doesn't mean they are good. Gunsmith Fitness wraps are used by professional athletes world wide. We use the best cotton and velcro that will last and last. You don't want to be ordering a new pair every few months.
Wrist Wrap Benefits
How to Wrap Your Wrists Properly
Thumb loop: Put your thumb in the loop then rotate the wrap around your wrist until it's the desired tightness. Secure on the velcro
Belt loop: Pull the tab through the belt loop on the other side of the wrap leaving a gap to put your hand in. Pull the tab back towards you until you're happy with the tightness, wrap around and secure.
Wrist Wrap FAQ's
Our regular wraps are heavy stiffness, if you want more support, go for the APEX wraps.
Thumb loops can be annoying right? Our belt loop system allows you to control the tightness much easier. Simply pull the end tab through the loop, pull back for the desired fit.
The most popular length is 18"/45cm, we also have them in 12"/30cm, 20"/50cm and 24"/60cm. The longer the wrap, the more support. If you've got chunky wrists, go for a longer size
We suggest letting them soak in warm soapy water then drying flat.
Wrist wraps are essential to protect your wrists when lifting, they keep your wrist in a neutral position.
They are idea when doing push exercises, bench press, overhear press and clean and jerks.
If they are dangling on your wrist, that's no good. If you're going numb then they are too tight.
You sure can, however, some competitions may require IFP approved equipment.
Durable cotton and velcro.