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"Using a thick-handled bar is one of the very best things you can do to develop maximum muscular size and strength. It develops levels of upper body power virtually incomprehensible to those who train only with regular bars" – Brooks Kubik, multiple world record holder and author of Dinosaur Training
Fat Gripz are the new worldwide training phenomenon which help add muscle and strength to your body in record time. They have been described as "the biggest thing to happen to weight training in the last decade". Fat Gripz instantly convert barbells, dumbbells and chin-up bars into THICK BARS (twice as thick) so that you can train the way many pro athletes do.
Fat Gripz have over a quarter of a million Facebook fans (250,000+) are now used by members of the US Special Forces, British Royal Marine Commandos, NFL teams, top UFC fighters, champion bodybuilders, law enforcement officers, elite powerlifters, Crossfit athletes. Fat Gripz have been featured by Men's Health Magazine, Men's Fitness magazine, Ironman magazine, Flex magazine,Maximum Fitness magazine, Musclar Development magazine, Muscle & Fitness magazine, the New York Times #1 Best Seller, The 4 Hour Body by Tim Ferriss and many more.
The science of thick bar/fat bar/axle bar training has been around for years but due to the high cost of these barbells and dumbbells the general public has been deprived...until now!
Whether you want to build muscle to develop an impressive physique or get stronger for MMA, CrossFit, team sports, powerlifting or other sports, Fat Gripz will turbo-charge your training results.
Fat Gripz are made from a rubber-like, military-grade, high-density compound - they grip barbells, dumbbells, chin-up bars, cable attachments like a clamp and don't compress.
The thicker handles stimulate much more muscle activation in the hands, forearms, upper arms and whole upper body. More muscle activation means much bigger muscle and strength gains because your body can finally stop "holding back".
Example: if your big bench-pressing muscles (pecs, delts, triceps) can handle 400lbs but your hands and forearms can only handle 200lbs, then your bench press is 200lbs. The biggest weakness almost every lifter and athlete has is in the hands and forearms. Think that's not a problem? Think again. The hands and forearms are your point of contact with the weight in 95% of exercises. Fat Gripz increase muscle activation throughout the entire arm and solve this problem by adding size and strength to the forearms and biceps, fast.
Thick bars/Fat Gripz shift the stress off the joints and onto the muscles because a thicker handle spreads the weight over a larger area of the hand (just imagine bench pressing with a thicker bar compared to a standard skinny bar). It also makes the forearms extensors (the muscles on the top of the forearm) and forearm flexors (the muscles on the bottom) both work similar amounts and so helps avoids imbalances, weaknesses and injury.
These grips are great and make a clear difference when trying to develop muscle mass. My big issue is that they don't come with any case and I've left them lying around the gym on... Read morePublished 12 hours ago by David Johnson
Bought to replicate thick bars and to improve grip. Haven't really used this product for it's intended use, but using this for exercises such as deadlifts has greatly improved my... Read morePublished 19 hours ago by Mukid
Quite possibly the best product I have ever bought for the gym! It is advertised as the ultimate arm builder however I would call it the ultimate shoulder saver. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Adam
must buy fore bigger forearms, use them for two weeks feel a bi big difference..Published 17 days ago by Ervis Duskaj
I own both fatgripz and fatgripz extereme. I am a fitness writer (under Sean Lerwill on Amazon), trainer and cover model. Read morePublished 18 days ago by sean
Very good on the pullup bar. Makes them harder by far! Because they are not joined all the way around (otherwise we couldn't put them on a bar) they do pull away a bit when my grip... Read morePublished 20 days ago by Kenneth B. Newman