Nike Dynamic Training Gloves, Grey/Black - £7.50 @ John Lewis (C&C)
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Nike Dynamic Training Gloves, Grey/Black - £7.50 @ John Lewis (C&C)

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Only roid heads and guys that use the squat rack for curling don't wear gloves. Nothing wrong with wearing gloves. You'll be saying wearing a weight lifting belt or knee straps are for wusses next. Hot from me.
Not as effective as just getting on with it, and not worrying about your baby soft hand skin.

Turn that mush into muscles
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Not as effective as just getting on with it, and not worrying about your baby soft hand skin.

Turn that mush into muscles
Wearing training gloves to go the gym is up their with going to watch a football match while wearing a full kit. Heat though for the deal
Do they sell a matching handbag..:p
Did 90 pull ups and ruined my hands for a month, any form of protection would have saved me a lot of wasted time waiting for skin to heal. Heat from me, even if I do not know the gloves myself, although I would have a look at buying as the Tesco ones I have are cr*p
Mangoon39 m ago

Did 90 pull ups and ruined my hands for a month, any form of protection …Did 90 pull ups and ruined my hands for a month, any form of protection would have saved me a lot of wasted time waiting for skin to heal. Heat from me, even if I do not know the gloves myself, although I would have a look at buying as the Tesco ones I have are cr*p


You not tried using chalk? An ruined your hands what type of bar where you using?
Only roid heads and guys that use the squat rack for curling don't wear gloves. Nothing wrong with wearing gloves. You'll be saying wearing a weight lifting belt or knee straps are for wusses next. Hot from me.
Click and collect costs an extra £2 so shouldn't the price in the title reflect that is actually £9.50
Mangoon1 h, 43 m ago

Did 90 pull ups and ruined my hands for a month, any form of protection …Did 90 pull ups and ruined my hands for a month, any form of protection would have saved me a lot of wasted time waiting for skin to heal. Heat from me, even if I do not know the gloves myself, although I would have a look at buying as the Tesco ones I have are cr*p



ThugBasher1 h, 4 m ago

You not tried using chalk? An ruined your hands what type of bar where you …You not tried using chalk? An ruined your hands what type of bar where you using?



Cocktail.
gooner7861 h, 37 m ago

Only roid heads and guys that use the squat rack for curling don't wear …Only roid heads and guys that use the squat rack for curling don't wear gloves. Nothing wrong with wearing gloves. You'll be saying wearing a weight lifting belt or knee straps are for wusses next. Hot from me.


A weight lifting belt is to protect your back from injuries, knee straps are to help prevent overload on ligaments, minimising the risk while maximising the benefits, gym gloves are for wusses, stop trying to justify yourself using them
ThugBasher1 h, 54 m ago

You not tried using chalk? An ruined your hands what type of bar where you …You not tried using chalk? An ruined your hands what type of bar where you using?


He claimed he did 90 pull ups, and your first question was about hand chalk?

I imagine his ‘pulling’ action involved skin loss, but not from his hands
Add £2 for C+C
jayonline856 m ago

A weight lifting belt is to protect your back from injuries, knee straps …A weight lifting belt is to protect your back from injuries, knee straps are to help prevent overload on ligaments, minimising the risk while maximising the benefits, gym gloves are for wusses, stop trying to justify yourself using them


Geezer is an Arsenal fan... excuses are their forté pal
Edited by: "rich_1986" 24th Dec 2017
Gym gloves are for wusses? Jesus.. if something helps you lift more weight, how does that make you a wuss LOL

Logic.. straight out the window.

Heat from me, it's not about 'protecting the skin on your hands', it's about grip and wrist support, allowing you to push your self that bit extra.
I know girl, whose first language was not English. She went to the shop to buy a pair of these. Only her partner had told her they we're called willy warmers!
f2k813 h, 54 m ago

Gym gloves are for wusses? Jesus.. if something helps you lift more …Gym gloves are for wusses? Jesus.. if something helps you lift more weight, how does that make you a wuss LOLLogic.. straight out the window.Heat from me, it's not about 'protecting the skin on your hands', it's about grip and wrist support, allowing you to push your self that bit extra.


Grip and wrist support? You must be new here. Bless.

Merry Christmas to you and your family
f2k825th Dec

Gym gloves are for wusses? Jesus.. if something helps you lift more …Gym gloves are for wusses? Jesus.. if something helps you lift more weight, how does that make you a wuss LOLLogic.. straight out the window.Heat from me, it's not about 'protecting the skin on your hands', it's about grip and wrist support, allowing you to push your self that bit extra.


Yes gym gloves are for wusses, you keep convincing yourself the gloves make you push yourself a bit further, it’s your mind that will push you that little bit further not a pair of gloves. Get in, lift heavy , go home.
rich_198625th Dec

Grip and wrist support? You must be new here. Bless.Merry Christmas to you …Grip and wrist support? You must be new here. Bless.Merry Christmas to you and your family


Loving the sarcastic responses. How about stating some actual facts? You're speaking like you've broken records deadlifting, jesus, I know what works for me and you know what works for you with that terrible fake macho act you've got going on. Why even challenge someone else's opinion, probably a 10 year old stuck in a 40 year old man's body.
Edited by: "f2k8" 27th Dec 2017
f2k82 h, 4 m ago

Loving the sarcastic responses. How about stating some actual facts? …Loving the sarcastic responses. How about stating some actual facts? You're speaking like you've broken records deadlifting, jesus, I know what works for me and you know what works for you with that terrible fake macho act you've got going on. Why even challenge someone else's opinion, probably a 10 year old stuck in a 40 year old man's body.


Ah, insults... the last act of a desperate man.

I have used gloves, previously. For many years I did so, in-fact. This sort of stuff will hinder, and end up putting people of certain parts of exercising and weightlifting.

My facts would be research, as well as trial and error. I suggest you do it before you mouth off pal, you won’t look like such a wally then.

The gloves in this post don not provide grip. They are meant to ‘protect’ the hand (although that is massively subjective).Thats fact.

They will not provide wrist support. This is also fact.

I haven’t said anything to suggest I have broken any deadlifting records. That is also fact.

I’m bored stating facts. Best I go back to the gym, eat loads of meat, inject loads of juice and make myself feel like I am macho, eh?
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