Better posture

If you sit in front of a screen all day, your posture is taking a hit. Even with an ergonomic desk set-up, computer work is bound to create muscle imbalances, which can cause rounded shoulders and a hunched-over appearance. Training your back can help fix posture problems from sitting behind a desk. 

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Less injury risk

Most of us endure long periods of being sedentary interrupted by the occasional workout. These oscillations put you at greater risk for a back injury. Regular back workouts can reduce your risk of injury and improve your posture, even when you’re resting.

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Bigger lifts

Exercise like chin ups, seated rows, and lat pull downs will strengthen your weaker back muscles, boosting your overall strength. A strong upper back stabilizes the whole body, from your shoulders to your core. So don’t be surprised if you see gains across the board.

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Moves That Target the Back Muscles

When exercising your back, the goal is to work all your muscles. You don’t necessarily need to work every muscle group each time you workout, but your strength training routine should be balanced. Aim to work all the muscle groups in your back every week.

Here are some common back exercises to help you get strong and chiseled.

  • Chin-ups – Pulling up the entire weight of your body works just about every muscle in your back, but especially the lats (latissimus dorsi).
  • T-bar row – These standing rows work the lats, rhomboids, and traps. They’re good for improving your pulling strength and widening your frame.
  • Dumbbell row – This compound exercise works both your upper and lower back muscles, helping you build strength and improve your posture.
  • Upright row – This move builds strength in the shoulders and upper back by targeting the traps and the deltoids.
  • Seated row – Row cable workouts target the upper back muscles and the lats—especially the area on the outer side of the chest wall.
  • Lat pull-downs – As the name suggests, lat pull downs work the latissimus dorsi muscles, helping you achieve that classic V-shape.
  • Bent-over rows – This move targets the lats, traps, rhomboids, and deltoids, helping to improve trunk and hip stability.
Pro Grips Deadlifting Straps
PRO Versa Gripps

Our most popular weightlifting grip, the PRO Series features a longer palm piece and a 1.5” wrist support that helps promote healthy circulation during pulling exercises.

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CLASSIC Versa Gripps

An ideal entry-level option at an affordable price point, CLASSIC Versa Gripps feature a shorter, self-supporting grip piece that lets you wrap both grips around the bar independently.

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FIT Versa Gripps wrist grips for deadlifts
FIT Versa Gripps

With its slim and streamlined design, FIT Versa Gripps are the perfect choice for women or athletes with smaller hands, who lift weights a few times a week.

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XTREME Versa Gripps

Our toughest product yet, XTREME Versa Gripps are engineered with patented U-shaped bridging arch support to protect your carpal tunnel during even the most intense workouts.

Find your perfect pair of Versa Gripps for back exercises and train better

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Versa Gripps: The Only Accessory You Need for Back Exercises

Versa Gripps are the only back weightlifting wrist straps you’ll ever need. They’re a game changer when it comes to weightlifting performance and safety, thanks to their innovative design. Versa Gripps are like straps, hooks, and gloves, all in a single product.

  1. Reduces grip fatigue – Versa Gripps feature proprietary, custom-engineered non-slip material to help you get a better grip. And with built-in arch support and a quick-release safety feature, Versa Gripps help you lift safely while reducing your risk of injury.
  2. Improves mind-muscle connection – Versa Gripps improve your mind-muscle connection by allowing you to concentrate on the movement without worrying about your grip. They’re the only product you’ll ever need for back workouts.
  3. Keeps you on track – Versa Gripps are designed for quick-move transitions. Simply twist the grips to move seamlessly from one exercise to the next. No stopping to adjust your gear.
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