The final piece of workout gear you will see others commonly wearing around the gym are wrist wraps.
Wrist wraps can be extremely helpful when nursing wrist pain, but just like all pieces of workout gear, you don’t want to grow dependent on them.
The only wrist wraps I feel confident recommending to you are these two.
I’m not even sure if that’s a word or not, but that’s the only thing to consider when choosing between these two options.
If you don’t mind having thicker material around your wrist, I would go with the Rogue Wrist Wraps. They are durable and will last you a lifetime. They also are the cheaper option.
If you want a lighter (but surprisingly more supportive) wrist wrap, I would recommend the Rogue Wrap. They are an easier to adjust alternative to the bulkier wrist wraps. They also use a “twist-tight” design for faster, more custom adjustments. So, instead of repeatedly wrapping and unwrapping your wrists from one movement to the next, you can just tighten the material for extra firm support on heavier lifts, then loosen it for a little more range of motion on the next.
If you want to know what I use, I chose the traditional, bulkier wrist wrap. But my next pair is going to be the lighter, less bulky option.
But truthfully, you can’t go wrong with either of these. Buy them from Rogue and you won’t regret it.
I’m challenging you right now to workout 50 days in-a-row. Here is your workout today.
Day 9 (of 50)
10 Double Dumbbell Deadlifts (50s/35s)
10 Double Dumbbell Stepback Lunges (50s/35s)
-Rest 2:00 between Sets-
Practice Handstand Holds against the wall for 5:00.
Other Articles In This Series:
Workout Gear: What Do You Need?
Workout Gear: Shoes
Workout Gear: Weight Lifting Belt
Workout Gear: Gymnastic Grips
Workout Gear: Knee Sleeves