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Grenade Grips

Lifting with thicker barbells or dumbbells recruits more muscle fibers during your workout, allowing for more muscle growth and increased strength, especially in your arms and grip. Grenade Grips were conceived to increase the difficulty and cumbersomeness of pumping your barbells, dumbbells, kettlebells, and cable ropes. They also support athletic performance, strengthening hands and arms for pitching, bowling, climbing, grappling, or swinging an axe.

Available for purchase in Europe here




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SUP Hydrofoil

Take your SUP (Stand up Paddle) to another level with the GoFoil for SUP, and seamlessly hover on top of water. People have been outfitting their surfboards with hydrofoils for many years now, but only now someone figured out how to rig SUP boards with the same thing. GoFoil attaches to the bottom of your board, and once you hit a certain speed (usually happens when you catch a wave), the GoFoil will lift the board and rider from the water giving a unique sensation ...
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TAYLOR MADE ROSSA CORZA GHOST PUTTER | Image

TAYLOR MADE ROSSA CORZA GHOST PUTTER

TaylorMade Golf, maker of Rossa putters, has unveiled Corza Ghost, a mallet specially designed to be exceptionally easy to aim, and exceptionally easy to use to roll the ball down your intended line, it is xtremely stable on off center hits and providies a solid feel at impact. It was designed with significant input from the hottest putting instructor in the world, Rossa Tour Staff professional Dave Stockton....
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RECYCLED CORK SURFBOARDS

Reusing materials is a major challenge to avoid wastage, the practice is now used in various products, such as these surfboards made ​​with cork stoppers and manufactured by a company in Murcia, in Spain, with a peculiar name, Richpeoplethings. Surfing is fully connected to nature, nothing better than a sustainable raw material for making the boards. The idea came from two young Spaniards who collect cork stoppers donated by volunteers. After...
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