I’ve been lifting weights since I’ve been a teenager and I’m almost 60 years old. My wrists have taken a toll over the years so, in recent years, I’ve always used wrist wraps. Well, the thumb strap on the ones that I had been using for years ripped on me so I started searching on Amazon for a really good brand with good reviews. (Don’t miss my youTube Video below and images with dimensions).
I came across a brand called Rip Toned Wrist Wraps and what I really liked about what I saw was that there were many different styles including varying levels of stiffness of the wrist wraps. I counted 11 different types from which I could choose. The model I decided to purchase were the Green Chamo Less Stiff that you will see below in my youTube video and in the images.
I really like the chamo look and the less stiff option gives me a bit more flexibility in the wrist area but they still have plenty of support for my needs. I actually think the stiff version may be a little too rigid for my liking but I’ve never tried the stiff version so I cannot say for sure. All I know is that the less stiff style that I purchased is a perfect rigidity for me.
Another must-have that I looked for in a wrist wrap was the thumb strap because I have always used wrist wraps with a thumb strap. I like the thumb strap because it feels a lot more secure on my wrists with the thumb strap and they are a lot easier to put on your wrists. If you try a wrist strap without the thumb strap and then with the thumb strap you will see what I mean.
Please check out my YouTube video below for an up-close look at the Green Chamo Less Stiff version that I purchased.
Wrist Wraps Images Seen Below
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If you too could use the wrist support supplied by the Rip Toned Wrist Wraps, they are a great buy ($11 for the set) for a high quality item. I’ve used them now for a couple of months and have zero complaints!
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