Metal Camo Lifting Straps

Metal Camo Lifting Straps
4.8/5

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4.8333333333333 out of 5 based on 6 customer ratings
Based on 6 Ratings

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PRODUCT HIGHLIGHTS

Every sport can benefit from wearing some type of straps. These METAL® straps may be just what you need to step up your game.

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Made in USA

Product Summary & Specs

Every sport can benefit from wearing some type of straps. These METAL® straps may be just what you need to step up your game.

There are several undeniable benefits to METAL® straps:

  • POWERLIFTERS can use straps to disengage the biceps tendons that often become inflamed from heavy squatting, bench pressing, and deadlifting. By using METAL® straps, the hands and forearms are not required to contract, thereby avoiding stress on the biceps tendons.
  • STRONGMAN competitors who compete in deadlift for reps events, for example, can use METAL® straps to stay locked in, careful not to lose unnecessary time on the clock with grip issues.
  • PHYSIQUE competitors move weight with a targeted muscle in order to exhaust the muscle, spurring growth. Rather than having your grip stall before the muscle does, METAL® straps keep you locked in.

You need these. And they are camo colored.

Color

Camo

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Metal Camo Lifting Straps
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GGR Builtscore: 4.8/5
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