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10 best wrist weights in 2018

Kredy
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2.80K   //    04 Jan 2018, 12:23 IST

Aerofit Ankle/Wrist Weights
Aerofit Ankle/Wrist Weights

A good set of wrist weights is ideal for adding resistance to the training sessions and ultimately having the extra dimension of customizability to your workouts. Having weighted clothing during sessions is perfect for resistance training to improve the overall strength and the endurance of the body.

However, the health and the fitness industry has a lot to offer in the wrist weights department with either fixed units or adjustable sets. All this choice makes finding the right set a daunting task.

Here is a list of the 10 best wrist weights that should aid you in finding the ideal equipment to meet your fitness goals.


#10 Aerofit Ankle/Wrist Weights

The ankle/wrist weight set form the Hyderabad based company offers a brilliant proposition for fitness enthusiasts with a constrained budget.

Beginners and novice trainers would find the 4kg set (2kg X 2) to be challenging but the regular trainers should feel right at home. The ergonomic design of the unit makes it quite comfortable and also provides good levels of stability and security during the training sessions.

With a quality construction, the set would last a couple of years with proper care. In addition, the set doubles as an ankle weight as well, offering better value for money.

Aerofit ankle/wrist weights retail at just under INR 1,000 and are available at select sports outlets across the country and on Amazon.

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Kredy – Krishna Reddy is an undergraduate in Mechanical Engineering. Although, he found success as a music composer and started composing music for short films. If you would like to swim in an endless river, do visit his Soundcloud page - https://soundcloud.com/kredy10. He even writes for a couple of websites too. Apparently, he also loves to write about himself in third-person.
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