- Makes the use of gloves and straps unnecessary.
- More comfortable than traditional round handles.
- Focus on the targeted muscle group, not your grip strength.
- Ideal for rehabilitation and high-end club environments.
- Textured rubber coating won’t chip or scratch equipment.
The Medium Grip Supinate MAG Handle keeps the wrist in a partial state of flexion at all times thanks to its unique palm support. By keeping the wrists in this position, the line of force passes through the proximal phalanx so that the user has a more efficient and less fatiguing grip position.
By keeping the wrists in their original position, the user gets an optimal workout. Since the Medium Grip Supinate MAG Handle disperses the force of the exercise throughout the entire hand, not just the fingers, it is more comfortable than a standard round handle. This means the user can focus on the targeted muscle group without ending their set early because of grip failure.
Lateral epicondylitis, or tennis elbow, is often associated with excessive gripping with the wrist in a state of extension. This is common with many trainees because they have a tendency to over-grip or squeeze the handles too hard with the wrist in extension. The Medium Grip Supinate MAG Handle keeps the wrist in a partial state of flexion, so the focus is off of the grip. This has been shown to help alleviate this condition when doing pulling movements. The Medium Grip Supinate MAG Handle has shown to be helpful when used in physical therapy centers for the rehabilitation of certain injuries.
The Medium Grip Supinate MAG Handle is so easy to understand that both novices and experienced lifters find it helpful. The Medium Grip Supinate MAG Handle is more ergonomically correct, which allows users to keep proper form throughout their workout. Crafted of high quality steel and then coated with a super tough, baked on and washable rubber, the Medium Grip Supinate MAG Handle will not chip or scratch your machines like conventional handles.
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