This video goes over the best budget wrist wraps for the sport of Powerlifting. This is part of a series going over the best budget items for a Powerlifter. In this video, I go over wrist wraps specifications, whether you should get stiff or flexible wrist wraps, what length wrist wraps are best, which wrist wraps to avoid, and then look at the price breakdown for the best quality wrist wraps so you can get the most bang for your buck.
The main budget wrist wraps I mention are from Titan Support Systems, Stoic, and StrengthShop. I also mention cheap options you can find on Amazon and the dangers of purchasing those. As a note, I also go over the top-end options if someone wants to purchase the most expensive options. The two companies I go over for that category are SBD and A7.
You can look into the various options from these Powerlifting companies using the links below. These aren’t affiliate links, I make no money from them, and the companies didn’t give me anything to mention them. And if you missed out on the other videos in this series, then be sure to use the link below to get to my Powerlifting Budget playlist so you can also save on other items like belts, singlets, and knee sleeves.
⚛Titan Support Systems Wrist Wraps, $14-$21⚛
⚛Stoic Wrist Wraps, $16-$30⚛
⚛StrengthShop Wrist Wraps, $12-$16⚛
⚛A7 Wrist Wraps, $35.95⚛
⚛SBD Wrist Wraps, $42.50 & $47.50⚛
⚛Check out the Powerlifting Budget Playlist⚛
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My name is Arian Khamesi and I’m a Powerlifting Coach under Squats & Science. In addition, I’m involved in the sport of Powerlifting as an athlete, meet director, referee, scoring manager, committee member, and more. On this channel, I produce videos that are beneficial for Powerlifting athletes, coaches, meet directors, and referees. The videos will be most applicable to those involved in an International Powerlifting Federation (IPF) affiliate, like USA Powerlifting (USAPL). But many of the tips and tricks can also be used for those involved in other Powerlifting federations