To kick off our 25 Days of Lifting…Gifting giveaway campaign we’ve teamed up with one of powerlifting’s most popular companies: Sling Shot. One lucky winner will win an Original Sling Shot and a pair of
SBD and Rehband are two of the bigger brands when it comes to knee sleeves. These sleeves have a few similarities, but also a few pretty big differences worth taking a look at.
In powerlifting, weightlifting, and recreational lifting, knee sleeves can be a great supportive training tool for those who want additional protection around their knees. Sleeves come in multiple shapes and forms and the
Our fitness gear wish list is as long as Mat Fraser’s Fran time is short. Can you blame us? There’s no shortage of high-tech gear promising to help us move, sweat, and recover
Knee sleeves can be great additions to your supportive strength arsenal, but at times, they can be a major pain to get on, especially when they’re tight. For most knee sleeve wearing athletes,
Knee sleeves are useful pieces of supportive strength equipment for a variety of reasons. First, they can help keep the knee joint warm, which is a plus for those using longer rest periods.
Knee sleeves are supportive pieces of strength equipment that come with a variety of options. Like most pieces of supportive equipment, their use comes with a time and place, so it’s not a bad
Emerge Fitness is an online retailer that provides supportive knee and elbow compression sleeves, wraps, bands, and more. They are also one of the leading sellers of 7mm knee sleeves on Amazon.com. After
Hookgrip is a popular weightlifting media brand known for their photography and videography, and has also been producing weightlifting apparel and supportive gear. In an earlier article, we reviewed the knee sleeve 2.0
RockTape is a popular brand in the kinesiology tape sector, and they also manufacture supportive gear for lifters and fitness athletes alike. The RockTape Assassins 7mm knee sleeves can be seen being worn by