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Some of our Favorite Gear

Belts

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This is our favorite belt for both men and women. This item is leather and therefore less stiff on your ribs but still provides the same level of support.

This comes in a variety of colors

Pro: Thick velcro will last longer than a cheaper belt

Con: Pricier

Coach Tested: Yes

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A great belt for those of you that love to add patches to your gear.

Pro: Thick velcro will last longer than a cheaper belt

Con: Pricier

Coach Tested: No

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Another wide belt, great for both men and women. This item will be stiffer on the ribs than the BK but, with a thick velcro, it will last!

This comes in a variety of colors

Pro: Thick velcro will last longer than a cheaper belt

Con: Pricier

Coach Tested: Yes

Belts for shorter torsos

This is our favorite belt for those with short torsos. This belt also has a double velcro hook which will allow the belt to last longer.

This comes in a variety of colors

Another option for those with short torsos. 

Pro: Much cheaper than competitor

Con: Velcro tends not to last as long

Coach Tested: Yes

Pro: Double velcro will last longer

Con: Pricier and not as easy to put on mid-metcon

Coach Tested: Yes

Grips

We recommend Victory Grips for all of our members.

No matter your hand size, we recommend finger-hole grips. This allows you to create a faux-dowel and will help your grip feel stronger.

Don't forget to use code: CFThrive10 or click the button below.

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Tactical:

These grips do not stretch out.

They are doable and do not rip like many other styles

These can be used on slippery powder-coated rigs, or raw steel.

Leather:

Extremely comfortable

Cons: Will stretch out/tear eventually and not great on slippery bars

X2:

A thicker and more comfortable grip

Cons: Can tear eventually and not quite as grippy on slippery bars

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