Wrist supports?

Discussion in 'Training Forum' started by Johndoe, Oct 21, 2016.

  1. Johndoe

    Johndoe Member

    I'm starting to see people wear them constantly especially pros etc like jay but I have always been told they make your wrists weak.
    So does any one use them pros and cons etc?
  2. insaiyan93

    insaiyan93 Member

    @RodgerThat might be able to give you the low down, he's somewhat of a gear whore lol
  3. jessmac

    jessmac Member

    Does anyone wrap their wrist like boxers do before they lift lol. I saw that at the gym the other day.
  4. MindlessWork

    MindlessWork Member AnabolicLab.com Supporter

    I got some wrist wraps and they do help if properly used. As I broke my left wrist years ago as a kid, it is rather unstable when benching heavy so wrist wraps do help provide the support.
  5. jessmac

    jessmac Member

    I must admit I would like to try it even though I don't lift heavy weights
  6. Savagesteve

    Savagesteve Member

    I had a hairline fracture in my left wrist when I was a teen and I use the cheap wrist wraps from Walmart and they've helped a lot when benching and curling.
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  7. Bodmod666

    Bodmod666 Member

    I usually use wrist wraps on heavy days and thats only if my wrists arent handling the weight too well. Sometimes i feel i need them sometime i dont. I wouldnt use to them to simply use them tho. Gonna get me some gangsta wraps soon.
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  8. MindlessWork

    MindlessWork Member AnabolicLab.com Supporter

    I know what you mean and I have those Walmart wrist sleeves that cost just 88 cents (still have them) and they did the job for me too. Now I use those velcro adjustable sleeves to provide the support when I need it.
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  9. Perrin Aybara

    Perrin Aybara Member

    I have a pair of Titan Max RPM wrist wraps I use at meets and when going mid 300's or above on bench.
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  10. MindlessWork

    MindlessWork Member AnabolicLab.com Supporter

    Absolutely! Just like with belts I use wrist or knee sleeves when needed for support when going heavy.
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