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The Earth Globe Gripz™ measure 73mm in diameter which is similar to a tennis or cricket ball making them ideal for sports-specific training and incredibly comfortable in the palm. They incorporate a unique all-digit thick grip for increased grip requirement during almost any exercise and are great for adding variety to your training sessions.
Globe Gripz™ are made from high-grade elastomer polymer, which ensures they will not split or crack and are wipe clean and are designed for use with generic standard (1”) and Olympic (2”) bars, cable handles, and dumbbells.
They can be fitted in seconds and can be used comfortably with all types of bars, measuring 25mm to 32mm in diameter. Perfect for using your favoured pitching or bowling grip to perform sports-specific weighted exercises and for grappling-style work such as MMA.
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Lets face it, these are over priced for a couple of pieces of rubber, but they are good for chin ups and curls. With pull ups I can't get a suitable grip, but I've got small hands. The reason I'm posting this review is because it's almost impossible to find one talking about pressing with these things. They are excellent for bench pressing with a neutral grip. Swiss bars are useless unless you just happen to have the correct shoulder width (me being 5'4" I never do) and they are expensive for little use. With these I can place them where I want, get a fantastic range of motion (your palms are below the bar, hence more rom) and they feel good. I think they would be great for overhead neutral grip press aswell, but I don't have a rack so haven't actually tried this with any sensible weight.
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