Train Dirty Wrist Grips
If you haven’t heard of train and play Dirty Wrist Wraps before, you’re certainly not alone. This is one of the hottest new fitness trends that are taking the world by storm. Don’t let the name mislead you though: this is no ordinary wrist wrap! Instead of just wrapping it around your wrist you wrap it around your whole hand. This exercise routine not only gives your hands a great workout, but it can also be a great way to kick off any of those self-training exercises you’ve been putting off!
It’s actually pretty easy to get started with train and play dirty wrist routines. The first thing you’ll need is some high quality wrist wrap. You don’t need to spend an outrageous amount of money on this – a good cheap set will do just fine. The main thing to look for though is quality and durability.
You want something durable that will last. You can train and play with these same wrist grips for about 30 minutes at a time, so the important thing is that they’ll last you more than enough time to get the kind of results you’re looking for. Don’t worry if you’re not able to feel them right away: after you wash and dry them you should barely notice they’re there at all!
The train and play grip comes in two different sizes: small and large. These two sizes are split down the middle so you can wear a smaller or larger one depending on how you need to train. For instance, you could train with a grip that’s a bit bigger than you’re used to, or you could train with a smaller grip. It’s really up to you and what you prefer.
To start a train and play session, simply apply the grip to your forefinger. You’ll want to do this on the knuckles or the backside of your hand. Then flex the wrist and pull it away from the thumb. If you’re using a dirty grip, then you should rub it in such a way that the thumb and the first few fingers of either hand are touching. Remember to apply the grip over the surface of your skin, not down your wrist.
Once you’ve applied the grip you’re ready to start playing! To make the most of your training session and to prevent soreness later on, make sure you train with both hands free. Also, remember that it’s important to stretch the area that the grip is applying to as much as possible before you continue your training.