DIY Kettlebell Wrist Guards

DIY Kettlebell Wrist Guards

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    montana mindsmith

    3 years ago

    I am not trying to insult or be rude, only trying to prevent your possible injuries. If you need wrist guards for any kettlebell exercises, you are doing them incorrectly. Always keep a straight wrist and ABSORB the weight; please don't just let it flop onto your wrists. I, and many of my exercise science cohorts, have been doing kettlebell work for years. I will be the first to admit the initial break in period, but this is not wise for your wrists; and if you never learn to absorb the weight is it drops, you'll actually wind up doing more damage to your elbows, shoulders, neck and all the way down your posterior kinetic chain. Again, please understand I mean no offense; just want you to stay healthy. Be well!

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    diy-mastermontana mindsmith

    Reply 3 years ago

    Hello

    Thank you for your opinion!

    I'm very happy if someone share his experience!

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    diy-master

    6 years ago on Introduction

    I made one update. I sew into wristband. It's much better. Yes, you can put into washing machine on 30°C.