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Metolius Portable Power Grips - 2-Pack

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Portable Power Grips

Pull-ups are the currency of climb training, so get rich with the Metolius Portable Power Grips. These custom-carved wooden blocks help you blast your arms while offering the flexibility to tailor your exercises and workout.
  • Four-hold combination lets you add variety to your pull-up training
  • Compact and light for easy storage and travel
  • Recommended for body weight exercises only
  • Item #MET0368

Recommended Use
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year

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What do you think about this product?


>Rating: 5

Power Up

I've used it several times

Add some variety to your pull ups while also building the necessary strength for climbing. Great accessory for your training toolbox.

>Rating: 5


Great piece of gear for pull-ups and workouts.

>Rating: 5

Gangster Grips

I've used it several times

All I can say is you will not be disappointed. Your mind is the only thing that will limit your workout with these. Great piece of training gear!

>Rating: 5

Changing the game up a bit

I've put it through the wringer

I've been using my wooden hang board for quite a while now. This Christmas I added the power grips to the wall. Love them. Took a little while to smooth them out and get rid of some of the friction so you have to use more finger strength. Transitioning from the board to the grips is a great core work out. I also noticed I feel a nice burn a little faster using the moving grips apposed to the board.


how do you like that set up on the edges of your hang board? I'm thinking the same thing? It seems like your hands would hit the board or wall.

>Rating: 4


I hung these from existing anchors in the ceiling of my loft. I use them for a variety of things. Pull-ups, basic stretching, whatever. They are basic and solid. The block itself is a bit on the large side though. I have big hands, so it works, but I think I would even prefer to have them be slightly smaller.

I think the point of this product is to build strength for slopers so big is good in this case imo