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In this article series, each aspect of personal powerlifting gear is broken down to the very minutiae. No detail is spared in trying to wring a few more pounds out of any item. Have you ever wondered what the best wrist wraps are? How about the best way to use a belt? Are there any differences between knee sleeves in terms of performance? In each of these guides, questions such as this are thoroughly addressed. Again, I can’t emphasize enough: the PowerliftingToWin Powerlifting Gear guide is all about helping you get as much from your gear as possible even as a raw competitor. Leave no stone unturned.
Are wrist wraps useful? Are they necessary? How long should they be? How long can they be? What’s the best way to use them? And what are the best wrist wraps? If you want answers to questions like this, check out the wrist wraps article.
In this comprehensive piece on Powerlifting belts, we cover the best way to use a belt on each lift as well as the best type of belt for each lift. Did you consider that there might be differences? If you’re looking for tips and tricks to get the most from your gear, don’t miss checking out the powerlifting belts article.
I have personally owned just about every single knee sleeve available on the market. Some are better than others. If you want to know how to get 10-25lbs out of your knee sleeves, check out this article.
In this article, I cover Olympic weightlifting shoes, wrestling shoes, Chucks, deadlift slippers, and more. If you want to know the optimal heel height for a powerlifting shoe, if you want to know why Chucks suck, if you want to know the best damn shoe for each lift, the powerlifting shoes article is a must read.
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