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h2>Tommy Kono knee band review
I had to take a break from lifting and recently got back into it.
I used to have a pair of the large Rehband Rx Knee sleeves but somehow they have disappeared.
I saw the TK Knee Bands online and they had a ton of good reviews so I went for them.
I liked them right off the bat as they keep my knees warm though out the work out and give me good support throughout the lift.
I am about 250 lbs and wear a medium size but if you are a really big lifter with big legs then you will want to bump up to large.
Make sure to keep these washed and dried out well or they will turn into a smelly mess in your gym bag.
Tommy Kono knee band review
This is a really good pair of knee sleeves as I have tried other brands like Rehband, RockTape Assassins and the new ones by Nike.
In the end I go with these sleeves as they fit me really good and I like the thickness of the neoprene.
Over the past few years I started having some pain in my legs when I squatted and it slowly got worse.
A buddy loaned me his bands and I wore them and liked them. I went ahead and ordered a pair of the TK Knee Bands from Amazon.com online.
They came pretty quick in a few days and I have been wearing them 3 times a week for squats and deadlift sessions.
Question: What about TK bands vs Rehband?
Answer: They are both good an similar in how they are made. You need to decide what mm of neoprene you want to go with your lifting style.
Question: Are these ok to wear in an USAPLIPF event?
Answer: Yes; these will work in competition.
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