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Gibson Athletic Summit High Bar Grips: Revolutionizing Gymnastics Training and Competitions

Gibson Athletic Summit High Bar Grips: Revolutionizing Gymnastics Training and Competitions

Discover how Gibson Athletic Summit High Bar Grips are transforming gymnastics training and competitions. Find the perfect grip for every skill level today!

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Mastering Your Gymnastics Moves: How Reisport Grips Can Improve Your Performance

Mastering Your Gymnastics Moves: How Reisport Grips Can Improve Your Performance

Embarking on the journey to mastering gymnastics moves requires dedication, practice, and the right equipment. When it comes to enhancing your performance, Reisport Grips stand out as a top choice worldwide. Let's explore how these grips can elevate your gymnastics game, providing the precision, support, and durability you need to excel. Shop our extensive collection from Gibson Athletic today! Shop Reisport Grips  Precision Grip for Enhanced Control Reisport Grips are designed to deliver a precision grip that enhances control during gymnastics moves. The grips provide a secure hold, allowing for precise movement across the high bar, rings, and uneven bars....

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Selecting Grip Size

Selecting Grip Size

See Grip Sizing Chart Note: Grips should be snug; gymnast should not be able to fully extend hand with new grips on (grips and holes will feel small at first) FIT ILLUSTRATIONS Men’s High Bar (worn only to second knuckle)   Measure from base of palm to center of middle finger (exactly in between the two joints of the middle finger) Men’s Rings & Women’s Uneven Bar (worn only to first knuckle) Measure from base of palm to tip of longest finger Note: if measurement falls in between two sizes, select the smaller size (grips will stretch) Do not push grips...

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SELECTING GRIP STYLE

SELECTING GRIP STYLE

Selecting grips is best done with the advice of a coach. Ultimately, each individual gymnast will gravitate toward a different style, but it is most important to choose a grip that is appropriate for the gymnast’s ability level, hand size, and type of activity. There are a variety of options available in each category: Non-dowel/Dowel: gymnasts just starting out do not need dowels – as they begin to advance, dowel grips will provide a better grip on bar and rings Shape: all grips are meant to prevent rips, blisters, and calluses; straight - best for providing stability as the gymnast...

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