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These Alpha Grips by Iron Bull Strength are just as good as Fat Gripz. Different shape to Fat Gripz which I suppose is meant to suit the natural grooves of the hand better. These thick Alpha grips are slightly shorter in length also which I find better fits certain gym equipment handles. I own a set of standard dumbbell handles which unfortunately the Fat Gripz did not fit. Thankfully the Alpha Grips do. I own three sets of Alpha Grips... 2" grips, 2.5" and 3". The photo displays the 3" Alpha Grips. Surprisingly, Fat Gripz do not offer a 3" set which I don't understand. Alpha G
Fat Gripz were the first brand of adjustable thick grips that came out over 10 years ago. In strongman, having a good grip is important and typical strength equipment comes in various grip sizes i.e. 2", 2.5" and 3". Buying grip training tools in the form of fixed dumbbells etc can be expensive and take up a lot of space. So when Fat Gripz developed the mobile, adjustable grips which could be attached to mostly any dumbbell handles, barbells, machines, chinning bars etc, it proved to be highly successful. I've owned Fat Gripz for years now and love them. Getting away with just using a sta
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