Monday, October 27, 2014

Eagle ProFitness Weightlifting Wrist Wrap Combo Review


I'm not a pro of weight lifting and the heaviest I can carry is more or less a 40 lb. weight BUT I know that carrying heavy weights can take a toll and injure my wrists. I do workout with light/medium weights (about 4 to 8 lbs) and sometimes, my wrists would feel sore after doing a toning and cardio workout.

Eagle ProFitness sent me their Weightlifting Wrist Wrap Combo and I tried it on my next toning workout. Here something about their Weightlifting Wrist Wrap combo:
  • This combo pack is ideal for anybody who works out with weights at home or at the gym. Both the wrist wraps and lifting straps provide much needed support and will allow the uses to increase their weights and reps. This added endurance and heavier weight builds muscle faster and tones the body quicker.
  • 18" Competition Weightlifting Wrist Wraps come With Fully Adjustable Extra Wide Velcro Closure and Thumb Loops For Easy Wrapping.
  • Used in Gym Training - Weight Lifting - High Intensity CrossFit - Bodybuilding - Olympic Lifts.
    Wrist Wraps will Support and Stabilise Wrists to Reduce Fatigue and Injury whilst exercising.
The Weightlifting Wrist Wrap Combo has a red and black color. The weightlifting wrist wraps are a bit stretchable so I can make sure the wrist wraps are tightly secured around my wrist. The velcro snaps work and snap well.

Although I don't carry heavy weights, the weightlifting wrist wraps by Eagle ProFitness has helped me stabilize my wrist while I do my toning exercises. My wrists never felt sore after my workouts and that is highly likely due to the weightlifting wrist wraps.

I can't really comment about how it works on bodybuilding and lifting heavy weights but it worked great for my toning exercises which require light/medium weights.

DO YOU USE A WEIGHTLIFTING WRIST WRAP? 

You can purchase the Eagle ProFitness Weightlifting Wrist Wrap Combo on Amazon.

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1 comment:

  1. Nice piece of information!!! Wrist wrap", is pretty self-explanatory. The best function for a wrist wrap is the wrapping of the wrist. However, a wrist wraps, or wrap, is multi-purpose for the wrapping of joints. So, you could use a wrist wrap to wrap any joint. Keep on sharing!!!

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