Reliable and easy to use
Our weight lifting straps are ideal for weightlifting, bodybuilding and deadlifting. The ‘Q’ style lasso straps are easy to use and fast to wrap around barbells and dumbells. If your hand grip is reaching its limit, our straps help you lift more weight, more frequently.
Extra grip where you need it
Both sides of the strap have added grip for stable grip with anti-slip. The outer side has a layer of silicon in a honeycomb pattern to help grip onto itself while wrapping on the bar.
Double stitched padding
The wrist pad is double-stitched to add more durability to our straps and comfort to your lifts. The neoprene pad cushions your wrist during your heavier sets and is wider than the strap to stop abrasion.
The inner side of each strap has latex fibres inserted along the wrappable length. These help the strap grip onto the bar and reduce any slipping or movement of the bar in the wrapped grip.
Weight lifting straps are a common accessory used by many strength athletes and fitness enthusiasts to enhance their grip during strength training exercises. Our straps are typically made of durable materials and are designed to wrap around the wrist and the bar being lifted, providing a secure grip and reducing the strain on the hands and forearms. While weight-lifting straps can be a useful tool in certain situations, they are not magic, not always necessary and not appropriate for every workout. Read on to understand when and how to use weight-lifting straps effectively.
Weight-lifting straps can be a valuable accessory for strength athletes and fitness enthusiasts looking to enhance their grip and lift heavier weights. They are particularly useful for heavy lifts, high volume training, injuries, and new exercises. However, it is important to use weight lifting straps properly and sparingly, and to maintain proper technique and form while using them.
Both deadlift styles can make great use of lifting straps to focus on the glutes, hamstrings, hip flexors and Quads or the posterior chain, including the vertebral column, glutes, hamstrings and adductors.
Usually in bent-over position, the weightlifting straps can support your grip so that you can focus on the movement of your arms and upper back.
Lifting straps can be useful to train technique and also to extend training session duration. Rather than relying on the strap to provide lifting strength, straps will help stabilize your wrist from the force of the swinging weight.