Cobra Grips are manufactured with high-caliber materials that deliver tangible benefits in the gym. Their wrist cuff elasticity for grip comfort and ease of movement, and their durability for long-lasting use and function are traits you won’t find in any other lifting grips. Read about the science behind Cora Grips right here.
Your hand grip is comprised of ten small muscles, three of which are located in your forearm and wrist and seven of which are located in your hand. The three muscles located in your forearms are the Flexor Pollicis Longus, Flexor Digitorum Superficialis and Flexor Digitorum Profundus. The seven muscles in your hands are the Opponens Digiti Minimi, Opponens Pollicis, Flexor Digiti Minimi Brevis, Flexor Pollicis Brevis, Adductor Pollicis, First Dorsal Interossei and Palmar Interossei. Together, all of these muscles allow you to form a grip and carry weight.
While some weightlifters try to strengthen these grip muscles in order to improve their workouts, they often find themselves skimping on working out their other muscles in order to do so. They become so focused on their grip, that they overlook much larger muscles like the arms, chest and back. The best solution to this problem is using Cobra Grips to achieve an optimum grip. Cobra Grips protect and support your grip so you can focus on your workouts.
Cobra Grips can be used for any type of pushing or pulling exercises. When you’re doing a pushing exercise, like a bench press, the grip lays against your palm and protects your hand from the weightlifting bar. You’ll never have to worry about blisters or calluses again! When you’re performing a pulling exercise such as a dead lift or chin-up, you’ll notice that Cobra Grips give you excellent grip strength and totally eliminate grip fatigue.
Wrist Sizes from 5.5" up to 9.75"