Knee Protection During Weightlifting – DonJoy Reaction WEB Knee Brace

As weightlifting’s popularity has grown in the recent years, so has an athlete’s risk of injury while partaking in the sport. Serious weightlifters take the competition very seriously so it makes perfect sense that you’d want to protect your body at the same time. If you’re prone to knee injury or are rehabilitating an existing knee issue, our trained experts recommend the DonJoy Reaction WEB Knee Brace.

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The webbing design absorbs shock to the knee while lifting to protect from injury. The brace shifts the weight away from the knee. The webbing (available in a wide range of different colors) over the knee moves and flexes how you do, adding comfort and stability.

Traditional knee braces can be uncomfortable, but you’ll love the brace’s adjustable, breathable and comfortable open framework. An undersleeve is also included with the brace, adding for even more comfort during use. Even if you’re not treating an existing injury, wearing the DonJoy Reaction WEB Knee Brace is a great idea.

We DO Make Wrist Braces for Weightlifting

We recently stumbled upon this question on Yahoo! Answers:

Do they make wrist braces for weight lifting?
I was wondering if anyone knew if they make some kind of wrist brace for weight lifting. I have a bad wrist due to a snowboarding injury a while back, No broken bones just damaged cartilage. Im trying to let it heal so i want to do as much as i can to support it. Thanks

Weightlifting wrist braces, also known as weightlifting wrist wraps, definitely do exist! In fact, we offer a couple of them here on BetterBraces.com. If you’re ever wondering if we have a brace for a certain activity that you do, call one of our brace coaches at 1-800-553-6019. They’ll help you select the right brace for your needs. Not only do our braces help athletes from the usual sports (football, basketball, etc.), but we also have sports for out-of-the-box activities, such as motocross, rodeo, and surfing!

P.S. We also have snowboarding wrist braces, too. We wish the poster of that question had seen this years ago!