Rip Toned Weight Lifting Straps And Belts Got Excellent Reviews In Amazon
Recent Amazon product review reveals satisfaction on Rip Toned weight lifting straps. More than 90 percent gave high recommendations.
"The quality of these straps is great and they are flexible enough that I know they will be long lasting compared to others that are more rigid and tend to rip after extended use. I also enjoy the fact that the straps are long, it makes it much easier to use in comparison to ones that are short. The padding is also great for not agitating the skin around your wrists though personally I don't really mind and would actually like it without the padding as it lets me get a "tighter" grip around the wrist. Overall, these are well made straps that can benefit anyone from the beginning to advanced lifter." This was the comment made by Sergio Luna, a record-breaking professional powerlifter for junior division.
Aside from the quality of the work out straps, reviews are also favoring the affordability of Rip Toned weight lifting straps, the comfort it provides, and the customer experience from the service they received. Also, customers are happy about the inclusion of free e-books on their purchase.
Jim Link from Patton, PA said, "Straps are well made and work as should. Seller also provided very detailed instructions and links to videos on how to use. The pdf also contained some step by step exercises." Another customer from PA, Nick D. from Philadelphia commented. "Simply put, they work well. I was starting to feel the strain on my hands with deadlifts, and the straps help me to lift more weight without risking injury to my hands. They are strong and conformable. The package they come in is pretty nice as well."
Other reviews can be viewed on their Amazon weight lifting straps page.
About Rip Toned
Rip Toned is committed to helping weightlifters reach their fitness goals and sculpt the physique of their dreams. Rip Toned weight lifting straps are quickly taking the industry by storm. Their high quality lifting belts add pressure to the abdominal area, keeping the form true while protecting the core area and safely maximizing weightlifting potential.
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