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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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GOLF-GRIP | TRAINING AID

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KITEWING

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SUBWING

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