Weight lifteing gloves

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megw
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2014/03/11 13:27:17 (permalink)

Weight lifteing gloves

My doctor is recommending weight lifting gloves to wear for my arthritics when I use weights or my kettlebell. Can anyone tell me how to figure out size? I found some at amazon but not sure what to do.
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    Vantreesta
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    Re:Weight lifteing gloves 2014/03/11 21:40:18 (permalink)
    Meg, I don't have any great advice.  My hands are tiny so I just bought small.  IMO, you might want to try a few brands on at the store if you can.  I have a pair of Athletic Works (I think that's the brand) that I like and a pair of pink GoFit ones that I can't use for weights or kettlebells bc they're too uncomfortable.  I wear them when I use bands now.


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    megw
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    Re:Weight lifteing gloves 2014/03/14 14:51:50 (permalink)
    Does anyone know how to measure for these gloves? I have small hands but don't know how small.
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    Re:Weight lifteing gloves 2014/03/15 20:44:48 (permalink)
    I measure where the base of my fingers meets the outer edges of the palm.  I would highly suggest if you can trying some gloves on at a store.  I just went by a store yesterday and found my hand is too wide for women's gloves and I'm a petite woman! (5'1").
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    megw
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    Re:Weight lifteing gloves 2014/03/15 21:23:50 (permalink)
    Thanks jusca. I was going to try amazon but it makes more sense to actually try some on. I have arthritis in my left thumb and my doctor suggested weightlifting gloves if I wanted to continue lifting weights.
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    jusca
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    Re:Weight lifteing gloves 2014/03/15 22:20:53 (permalink)
    You're welcome, meg.  I hope you find some gloves that work out for you.
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    amzoun95
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    Re: Weight lifteing gloves 2019/09/14 16:22:04 (permalink)
    I used to have a pair of Gold's Gym gloves i bought from Wal-Mart, they lasted a long ass time, i loved them. 
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
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    post edited by amzoun95 - 2019/09/15 09:02:49
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    johnsmith101
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    Re: Weight lifteing gloves 2019/10/11 06:58:40 (permalink)
    I'm trying to get into shape over the next few months and after about 1-2 weeks of doing certain weights, my hands feel uncomfortable touching the metal textured bar and gets all red for the next hour or so after doing weights. I'm just a beginner so these are relatively light weights, so I'm not sure if I should just 'man up' or get a pair of gloves? If yes, what sort of gloves are good but affordable? I'm a 5'10 guy, 170 lbs btw, if that helps with glove sizes
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