Wrist Wraps for bigger arms?

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    Jul 01, 2012 8:26 PM GMT
    whats up? im looking for some advice on improving my arms/shoulders. i feel my progress is extremely slow in this area because i have small weak wrists so its hard for me to go higher on weights. because of this my legs, chest and back are growing a lot faster than my shoulders and arms. i've heard wrist wraps help with this. im being held back on my biceps/triceps training because of my crappy wrists, preventing me completing the full motion and sometimes set so i got a pair of mueller wrist wraps today. img.php?fl=b4l4t4v5y2w2v2w584i4t5a4i5q5g
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    so would these benefit me for getting bigger arms/shoulders? also i wont be neglecting my forearms or grip as im building my grip strength too with the captain of crunch grippers and im doing wrist curls/reverse curls.
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    Jul 01, 2012 8:27 PM GMT
    im not sure if im going about this the wrong way so any advice would be great, thanks lads.
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    Jul 01, 2012 9:07 PM GMT
    Sure whatever helps you out. But make sure the wraps don't become a crutch. It's pretty funny/sad when guys go heavy in the gym with belts, wraps, etc.. and then wind up throwing out their back when moving their couch or something. icon_lol.gif
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    Jul 01, 2012 9:12 PM GMT
    xrichx saidSure whatever helps you out. But make sure the wraps don't become a crutch. It's pretty funny/sad when guys go heavy in the gym with belts, wraps, etc.. and then wind up throwing out their back when moving their couch or something. icon_lol.gif


    yeah i know what you mean, but i'll only be doing it for bicep/tricep and some shoulder workouts so they can catch up with the rest of my body
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    Jul 02, 2012 12:55 AM GMT
    xrichx saidSure whatever helps you out. But make sure the wraps don't become a crutch. It's pretty funny/sad when guys go heavy in the gym with belts, wraps, etc.. and then wind up throwing out their back when moving their couch or something. icon_lol.gif

    Actually guys should wear belts not only during workouts but also when moving furniture!