Improve Your Grip

Product Review: Grip-On

Weightlifting is great for your health, but it can put added stress on your hands, wrists and forearms. Fortunately, a revolutionary product called Grip On is the perfect solution when you’re in need of a firm, non-slip grip. Grip On works with most pieces of exercise equipment available in gyms, home gyms and fitness centers— including barbells, EZ bar curls, dumbbells, lat and shoulder pulldown bars, rope pulldowns, cable crossover accessories, Smith machine, etc. It even works on thin, hard, rubber-coated gym equipment and selected Pilates equipment.

So what makes Grip On so effective? It’s made to an exact thickness, giving the user just the right feel for ultimate support. Grip On’s hexagon design actually goes through a special process called “nihon etching,” resulting in a perfect, performance-increasing grip, along with hygienic protection and durable reliability. As a result, you can lift more with less stress, which allows you to maximize your workouts. And because it’s made to an exact thickness— not too thick and not too thin— Grip On doesn’t have any rubbery or plastic odor often found in similar products. In the process of developing Grip On, Health and Fitness Accessories LLC manufactured and tested many prototypes— so you know that you are getting the very best.

Even the pros are raving about the benefits of using Grip On. “I tried Grip On and will never use gloves again,” said IFBB Bikini Pro Jennifer Andrews. “Using Grip On helped me pick up more weight without putting strain on my wrist, hands and forearms. Even with good gloves, I could never get a firm enough grip and keep it.” Jennifer also noted that Grip On helps her to isolate the muscle being worked and it prevents calluses and blisters. “Thank you for helping me get a GRIP ON my fitness goals!” Jennifer added.

Grip On is hand washable with mild soap and water, is suitable for both men and women, and one size fits all. For more information, visit

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Lisa Steuer

Lisa Steuer is a journalist and freelance writer, and formerly the managing editor of FitnessRx for Women. Lisa is currently a Content Developer at Flexographic Technical Association.

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