The Victory Grips 2-Finger Grips are unlike any 2-Finger Grip on the market. Inspired by men’s ring grips and women’s bar grips for artistic gymnastics, the design will provide former gymnasts a familiar experience and all athletes a new responsiveness. This is an advanced specialty Grip.
WHAT MAKES OUR 2-FINGER GRIPS DIFFERENT?
The angle and contours of the design provide natural ergonomics and the ability to have options as to which two fingers the Grips are worn dependent on an athletes preferences and needs.
The width is the most narrow of any 2-Finger Grip to provide a minimalist feel while balancing protection and performance.
The area of the fold is thicker through the application of a patch to provide the fingers greater leverage while the palm area is thinner.Buy Now
USES FOR THE 2-FINGER GRIPS
The unique shape, thin profile and variable thickness make these grips great for kettlebell swings and snatches. You can get your hands easily into the bell handle without bunching and swing with power and protection while reducing forearm fatigue.
You will truly feel physically connected and locked onto the bar with the 2-Finger Grips. The amount of bare skin on the bar along with the variable thickness provides an incredible responsiveness. Toes to bar and pull-ups are great with these grips. Although you can use them for bar muscle ups you should note that the 2-Finger Grips will not give you protection to all the calluses.
Many athletes prefer to feel the rings during muscle ups, whether strict or kipping. The minimalist nature of these 2-Finger Grips caters to this preference while providing performance and protection. This includes protecting the wrist during false grip.
OPTIONS FOR PROPER WEAR
Position 1: First and Second Joint
The finger holes of the grips are designed to be worn between the first and second joint to maximize the fold and minimize the overall material in the palm. This is a fit that former gymnasts are familiar with and may prefer.
Position 2: Base of the Fingers
You may prefer to wear them at the base of your fingers. This will require a longer grip, because the ideal position of the edge of the fold is within the distal phalange (between the tip of your finger and the first joint) so that your fingers have proper leverage to create maximum torque.
Measure your hand from the first joint of your middle finger to the crease just below your palm. Choose the size according to where you prefer to position the finger holes. (See Proper Wear above)
POSITION 1: Finger holes worn between first and second joint
POSITION 2: Finger holes worn at the base of the fingers