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4 Reasons Why Versa Gripps Belong in Your Gym Bag #1 Increase the Weight Lifted for Maximum Results Versa Gripps allow you to use heavier weights when training by reducing your dependence on both grip strength and endurance from the exercise. Unlike gloves, Versa Gripps are durable and will last. And guys, if you have a girlfriend who’s not a weight lifter these sexy little pink Versa Gripps just might entice her to hit the gym with you.

Lately, I’ve given up on gloves because I rip them. I’ve been using my bare hands when I hit the gym. Its just a bag. Save your money and put it towards the Versa Gripps. Then put them in your gym bag because its ok if the Versa Gripps touch other stuff in your gym bag it wont hurt them.

I realized how dumb I am after I bought this for my Versa Gripps. The idea behind using Versa Gripps is that the condition of your hands or the strength of your grip will never get in the way of you and your training. Versa Gripps are like wrist supports that Velcro tight, except they have a leather extension that continues from the base of the palm to the base of your fingers.

The grip palm piece size remains constant throughout all four sizes. Versa Gripps® are used by bodybuilders, powerlifters, athletes, and fitness models all over the world. Their patented design eliminates grip fatigue and enhances the mind-muscle connection for pulling & pushing exercises for maximum muscle gain. Getting a good grip is as important as being able to maintain that grip throughout your next lift.

As your workout progresses and the weights get heavier, you can reach a point where your muscles are ready for an amount of weight that your fatigued grip (or your wrists) isn’t capable of supporting. To maintain the [ ]. Its just a bag.

Save your money and put it towards the Versa Gripps. Then put them in your gym bag because its ok if the Versa Gripps touch other stuff in your gym bag it wont hurt them. I realized how dumb I am after I bought this for my Versa Gripps. So on the surface, Versa Gripps appear to be a couple of reps better than straps.

But, since this allows me to hit my rep goals better/sooner, it allows me to progress in weight better/sooner. So it’s hard to really put a number on exactly how much better they’ll end up being in. I want to order a set of Versa gripps for MrsK, and perhaps for me also. She’s at a point in her lifting where grip is becoming an issue on some of her exercises.

I know there are a few different models of Versa gripps out there, but not sure what the real difference between the “Pro” and other models are. Versa Gripps Pro (THE DEFINITIVE Versa Gripps Review) Duration: 15:19. Ryan Treadaway 6,368 views.

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  • I’m a bit of a grip obsessive Scott I train the grip like any other body part with five sets at the end of each workout but I remember using the hooks and they aren’t the best the versa grips I remember watching Greg Plitt using them years ago and thinking they look pretty damn good MINT

  • We all know what time it is….  its Gym Time for Lindsay… which means happy time for anyone with clear vision. ����   so you think the versa gripps will allow you to increase the number of reps or sets with some of your most challenging exercises??  Now we just have to see how Paisley would use them for her workouts, ha. ����

  • Good review. I would like to add, though, that a dead lift is lifting from the ground up. Not 3/4 of the way to your waist. I commend you on the 1/4 dead lift. Impressive. But that is not a complete dead-lift.

  • Yup after first try I fell in love with these Versace grips. Literally will not go to gym without them now. Pull-ups and deadlifts are a breeze now with grip not being the limiting factor. Talked all my co-workers and gym buddies into gettting this too. Didn’t take much convincing as after they tried them on it was Amazon time LOl

  • I try to stay away from grips just because I like to build my grip strength but I do like to use them for one arm rows. It makes it so much more comfortable

  • I’ve used versa’s for years, excellent pieces of equipment. I agree with you that straps are not my favorite & they just take to long to wrap….I feel they disrupt the rhythm of the workout. Versa’s solve that problem.

  • Thanks for putting this up. Question on sizing; my wrists are 6.5 inches around. Based on that im a size small (6-7inch) but as you said size down, would you recommend then going to the xtra small which is sized as 5-6 inches. I wear a kids watch b/cthe mens sizes are too wide, so im thinking of what you said about the wrists bending back.

  • Great review on the Versa Gripps bro. I really enjoy them too and have probably been using them for about 10 years now. Phenomenal product!!!

  • Loved your review, thought it was very helpful! Im actually looking into getting a pair myself for the same reasons you mentioned. But I’m in a bit of a dilemma about what size to get and have a question for you/would like a second opinion about it I measured my wrists and they came out to be 6 inches (which falls in between an x-small and small according to the sizing chart on their website). What size would you recommend on getting between the two?? I would think a sz small would be better since the wrist straps aren’t suppose to be too tight, but I’m not sure.

  • You actually did a great job reviewing these!! I was searching exactly on these things like differences between over/under etc. Getting myself offbrand grips))

  • I also got the Large/Regular since their sizing said xsamll,small,large/regular… so i was like ok wtf ill get the regular ones lol tad bit of over hang but they fit snug and don’t F up my wrist so all good but wish i saw this review first

  • If you can get to a pull up bar u can reach, try using the undergrip. It helps me alot. Undergrip supposed to be used for pulling (dead lift, squats, etc.) and essentially a pull up is pulling.

  • Being on the low end of one of the sizes, your advice to size down is a big help (assuming it holds true:) ). Just the info I was looking for…thank you!

  • Lindsay Much thanks for the review! Just got my Versa Gripps today and I couldn’t figure out which was left/right hand until you mentioned to look for the size tag. (Duh me) About to hit the gym to give these a try. Are you still using the versa gripps or went back to the harbinger?