Harbinger's New Wrist Supports Developed for Traditional Weightlifting and Non-traditional Multidiscipline Workouts

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Leading fitness manufacturer Harbinger has expanded its line of strength training products with Wrist Supports that stabilize and support the wrist while working out.

The extra wide 2" stabilizing strap provides strong support while a full 6mm neoprene cuff cushions the wrist during heavy lifts.  The non-stretch design helps maintain proper wrist positioning, and the steel tensioning buckle secures fit. One size, fully adjustable for customized fit.

“Wrist weakness and/or fatigue is a common complaint among athletes worldwide. Harbinger’s Wrist Supports were developed to offer the wrist support needed to workout longer, heavier, harder,” Chanin Cook, Director of Marketing.

According to LiveStrong, “wrist wraps can … lessen the stress and fatigue your wrists and hands experience during a weightlifting session.”

Founded in 1988, Harbinger produces innovative, high-performance fitness gear including gloves, belts, straps, wraps, jump ropes, resistance cables, balance trainers and mats.  For more info, visit www.harbingerfitness.com.

In February 2013, Harbinger signed an exclusive partnership agreement with Action Wipes, the ground-breaking full body wipe that naturally removes dirt, sweat and odor, leaving skin feeling soft and clean, with no rinsing and no residue.  For more info, visit www.actionwipes.com.

In April 2013, Harbinger launched HumanXby Harbinger, a new line of innovative functional training tools developed specifically for High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) including CrossFit, Boot Camp and specialized strength/conditioning programming, designed to enhance performance in everyday life.  For more info visit, www.HumanXgear.com.

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