Kai Palikiko           Apr.  28, 2020

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So I'm going to tell you why every single time I do my back day or any pull day, I use lifting straps. To me, this is probably one of the biggest changes I have ever used, of course other than the Gear stuff. Honestly, when it comes to back days.

I would never go in a gym or any workout without using these bad boys right now and I think everybody should be using them as well, especially for their back days.

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My lats, my rhomboids, my traps, my biceps, my posterior deltoids, I'm using all of that, I'm pulling, I'm rowing. That is a lot of muscle. Now the only, the only bottleneck out there is my grip. Now think about it, look at your grip, right now, what is easy? Just that, that's it right there.

That's that. This right here is my limiting factor. So imagine going through entire workout, and being limited by my forearms, because look how much muscle I have in my back compared to my grip strength.

So you're telling me right now, I'm able to push my back as far as it can go, but it's limited by the small muscle tissue that I have in my forearms? Are you kidding me? I am not going to let my forearms dictate how long and how intense my back workout it's going to be. 

Just look how big your rhomboids are compared to your forearms. I'm not even adding my biceps or my lats or my traps or my posterior deltoid. So no, I refuse to let this literally dictate how intense, how heavy I could go with my back workouts, just for this right here. 

When it comes to the actual image of it, the aesthetics of it, even though it's a bulking agent, it doesn't aromatize, but I'll get to that in a minute when it comes to the post cycle therapy stuff, it doesn't aromatize.

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So what's the answer? Using straps, because look, if you think about it, if you never use straps before, I know some of you guys have but man, this is literally going to change how you're going to work out with your backs.

When you have these things on wrap tightly, I don't have to worry about gripping on the entire time. I just have to loop on it, grab a hold of it just enough, so now I could start really concentrating on how heavy my T bar rows are, my lat pull downs.

Everything that I need to do to tower out my back. Now these are the lifting stuff that I personally developed, simply because all of the lifting straps out there in the market, they just suck. For example, look how wide I would need these straps to be. All the other straps, they're small and tiny, they feel flimsy and after a while they do come off as well. 

With these, the dowels are made out of metal because you know they're not going to go at all, they're gonna latch on. Some of the other straps I've seen out there in the market, they're way too long as well. I'm not trying to walk around dangling my straps everywhere. I just need to be able to wrap it once and get that job done. 

And more example right here, I needed the straps to be wide. Why? Because I need to grip bigger weights. I'm not trying to move some bitch ass 15 pound weights. I'm trying to move the big boy weights as well. There's a link right below this video and use the coupon code KAI25 to get 25% off these lifting straps that I personally made. 

If I go on it raw, for example, if I just go work out, say I'm just doing my rows, for example, or my lat pull downs. How far do you think my grip is gonna go and tire out way before my back can? My back could go on way further than what my grip strength could ever give in. 

Now for some people out there who are afraid of losing their grip strength or losing size on the forearms, it's going to grow regardless, I don't have to worry about that. Because if I'm just used to get a little bit, it's going to grow regardless. Now if I really have lagging forearms, I would want to train them separately anyways and not use it for my back days. 

That's what accessory days are for, accessory days meaning my calves, my traps and my forearms. That's what that day is specifically for anyways, if I have weak looking forearms. But I'm not going to sacrifice my back day to where it needs a whole lot of work, a whole lot of strength just because oh my God, my grip is giving out. I'm not going to stop my workout. So what can I use? My lifting straps.

Now unless of course I'm using my grip for a reason, either, for example, I'm a mountain climber person, I am an Olympic weightlifter to where I cannot use any straps at all when I'm actually going to go to a meet or a competition, I actually have to literally work on my grip. But if I'm using my workouts for aesthetics and image only, I'm absolutely going to use my lifting straps, I'm not going to go into grip competition, right?

I'm not going to go into some kind of powerlifting meet or some kind of lifting meet to where I need to literally maximize my grip strength. But if I'm just working out for the sake of aesthetics and image, I'm absolutely going to use my lifting straps. Now for the sake of convenience, I don't just bring my lifting straps on my back days either. 

Because look, when I'm about to do my overhead presses, I'm gonna want to go grab the 120 pound dumbbells, I'm not gonna grab that thing wrong. I'm gonna use my lifting straps to latch onto it, and easily carry it back to my working station. There are other good use for it as well. For example, if I'm about to go lift really heavy, I'm going to need support on my wrist as well.

One of the best thing to do is to use my lifting straps to really tighten up my wrist to do that, because if I'm pushing, I don't want any type of weird manipulation in my wrist as well. So for the sake of aesthetics out there, if anybody's looking to grow their back in efficient way, without having to rely on their grip strength, everybody should be absolutely using lifting straps.



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