I believe that many veterans of fitness will have a certain understanding of fitness gloves. Just kidding, who has never used this thing during fitness? Fitness gloves are actually designed to help people better protect their hands. Fitness gloves can be used for training. In the process, our resistance to scratching is greatly increased, and at the same time, it can prevent the equipment from causing too much friction between our hands and causing calluses when we live in the equipment.
Gloves with wrist guard function
Wrist guards, as the name suggests, are gloves that can protect the wrists. Due to the high degree of freedom of movement of the wrist, the stability is very low.
There are two things to pay attention to when wearing wrist gloves: 1. The winding position is the wrist between the hand and the forearm, and it must not be wound up or down, generally align with the Velcro area. 2. The degree of tightness of the winding, too loose will not have the effect of fixing the wrist, and too tight will affect the blood sequence of the hand. Use the Velcro as the benchmark to zoom and move the joints of the hand. It is better to use a little force. In addition, the wear-resistant block on the palm of the wrist glove can also play a role in reducing pressure, especially those who have less palm flesh, reducing the feeling of palm pressure. Commonly used equipment, barbells, dumbbells, have no rubber sleeves on the outside, and they are very cold in winter. Wearing gloves can also improve comfort.
After the power-assisted gloves are put on, the cowhide in the palm is wrapped around the barbell bar, and the reverse rotation can achieve the effect of tightening and tightening. After use, the locking force of the palm is greatly strengthened.
Precautions for power-assisted gloves: Try to rotate in the positive direction when the weight is not heavy, so that it only protects the palm friction and the forearm can be exercised. When doing heavy weight training, use the reverse rotation to help you break through the lack of grip strength.