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Angles90 - The 1st dynamic training grips worldwide

Made in Italy | Certified for 360kg | Length adjustable

ADAPT ANY PULL EXERCISE TO YOUR BIOLOGICAL MOTIONS!

As seen in (2018/2019):

WHY ANGLES90?

Please take a second to let your arms hang down and look at your palms. How are they rotated? Most probably they are looking towards your body (called the neutral grip position). In fact, this grip as well as a rotational wrist movement from the overhand grip towards the underhand grip constitute our most natural grip angles.

The problem: Most types of deadlifts, rows, pull-ups and other fundamental pull movements aren’t performed in those grip angles. The potential result according to science: shoulder, wrist and elbow injuries. But not only.

Your muscle growth is going to suffer too, since you are not training at angles that hit your back and shoulders most efficiently. In addition, by always choosing the same training positions, you will only activate those same muscle fibres again and again.

ADAPT ANY PULL EXERCISE TO YOUR BIOLOGICAL MOTIONS!

As seen in (2018/2019):

YOUR ADVANTAGES

  • Attachable to every bar or machine for pull exercises
  • Certified for 360kg/ 795 pounds (180kg per grip)
  • Adjustable strap length
  • Co-developed by ergonomists of the TU Munich
  • 3 grip options (ergo, power and forearm strength)
Made in Italy

DESIGNED AND MADE IN ITALY

DESIGNED AND MADE IN ITALY




 OHNE ANGLES90


Obergriff (Pronationsgriff)

In beiden Positionen verlassen Handgelenk, Ellenbogen und Schulter ihre natürliche Ausgangslage, belasten somit vermehrt Gelenke und Sehnen.

Ca. 80% aller schweren Oberkörper-Übungen werden jedoch genau in diesen Griffwinkeln absolviert. Darunter fallen vor allem grundlegende Rückenübungen.

Warum? Qualitativ suboptimale Geräte, falsche Trainingsangewohnheiten sowie mangelnder Comfort für jeden neuen Griffwinkel jeweils das Trainingsgerät wechseln zu müssen.


Untergriff (Supinationsgriff)
"Die gerade Stange ... und die damit verbundene maximale Supination und Pronation ist der Hauptauslöser von Ellenbogenproblemen“
- CHEFARZT UND BUCHAUTHOR ÜBER SPORTVERLETZUNGEN DR. MED. JOACHIM GRIFKA

MIT ANGLES90


Neutralgriff 

Diese beiden Griffpositionen stellen unseren natürlichsten Bewegungsablauf bei Zugübungen dar. Für die besten Ergebnisse sind sie aus anatomischer Sicht aber unterschiedlich anzuwenden: 

- Klimm- und Latzug: Rotierend (vom Ristgriff in den Kammgriff)

- Kreuz- und Nackenheben: Im Neutralgriff

- Ruderbewegungen: Rotierend (vom Kammgriff in den Neutralgriff)


Rotierender Griff