Top products from r/FTMFitness

We found 5 product mentions on r/FTMFitness. We ranked the 5 resulting products by number of redditors who mentioned them. Here are the top 20.

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u/littledetours · 2 pointsr/FTMFitness

I'm not a medical professional, nor have I consulted one about this, but I've had a lot of success with the brace I got in Amazon. I spend a lot of time at my desk and tend to hunch over when I get tired, so I thought I'd give the brace a shot to see if it would help. The idea is to wear it for only 30-60 minutes once or twice a day. Personally, I love the damn thing. I don't even use it every day. The real benefit of it has been that it makes me more aware of my seated posture, and I'm now a lot more likely to recognize I'm hunching over and to correct myself before I start to hurt.

So to sum up my opinion based on personal experience: They're good and they work. Just don't rely on it or wear it when working out and you'll probably be fine.

EDIT: Here's the brace in question.

u/awkward86 · 2 pointsr/FTMFitness

You're welcome! Here's the link to the one my spouse bought me. We've had it for a 3 years and it's been working fantastic so far!

(Whoops, it may have been a bit more expensive than I thought it was -- it's around $65).

u/JohnnySmash · 1 pointr/FTMFitness

Maybe some weight lifting hooks to take your wrists out of the equation? Would lifts that put weight on your wrists but where you keep them straight work? Bench/deadlift/pullup/etc? Whatever solution you come up with, you're definitely going to want to up your protein intake - if you don't eat enough protein, you'll just be wasting time lifting.

u/whiskeyntestosterone · 1 pointr/FTMFitness

Harbinger Pro Wristwrap Weightlifting Gloves with Vented Cushioned Leather Palm (Pair), Medium

Mainly got these because my palms got oily as hell on T but they have a wrist wrap that is easy to apply or remove or adjust depending on the lift you're doing.