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History of the Stealth & X2 – Why we have them in our line-up Prior to coming out with the Stealth the only material we carried was leather. Leather is a great material for grips, but it is not perfect and not for everyone. We were getting a many requests from vegan athletes for grips made from non-animal based materials. Additionally, leather has inconsistencies because it is a natural material; it’s cow skin. The inconsistencies of leather include variations in...
If you are currently using grips or looking to use grips for CrossFit or functional fitness the information I am about to tell you very important. Why? Because understanding how the two main style of grips are supposed to fit and be properly used will help you increase performance, keep you safe and save you money. WHAT ARE CROSSFIT GRIPS AND WHY USE THEM? First, what are grips? Grips are the gear you wear on your hands for protection and...
The perspective that I am providing on this subject was formulated through my time as a gymnast, CrossFit training, and being a designer of gymnastics grips/hand protection for the sport of CrossFit. There are many activities that can cause your hands to rip. For the sake of specificity, I am focusing on the gymnastics based skills on the bar or rings a person would perform during CrossFit or competitive functional fitness. These skills include kipping and butterfly pull-ups, toes to...
We have grips in four different styles and four different materials for two main reasons. The first reason is that there is not a universal style nor material that suits everyone. Second, there is not a universal style nor material that is best for every skill, workout, bar type, and environmental condition. Having more than one style of grips with back-ups at your disposal is about being prepared. If you are serious about the time you spend training and desire...
Q: When it comes to fitness, what is your main goal for 2020 A: My main goal for 2020 is to podium at the Games. Since we can qualify for the Games in October my main focus will be preparing me for that in August. I will do a few sanctioned events to see where I am at during the year but the end goal is to stay focused on the Games. Q: What does the competition scene look like...