March 20, 2017

In a world of camera phones, snap chat, IG filters and social media feeds it’s all to easy to present an image that is somewhat better than it should be! I had never been into photography until I realized that to stand apart in a world of media time lines you need to capture an image that requires little edits to start with…
This, right here, is a talent.
I would love to say that this is blog about how skilled I am with a camera and all the images that have been recently shared with TuffWraps are my own doing but unfortunately I can’t, for this we have someone incredibly skilled to thank.
Max Ellis Photography -
When your photographer messages you the night before the shoot requesting simply that he has access to a sound system to play his own Heavy Metal music during the shoot you know you’re onto a winner!
We quite simply have a great team of athletes associated with TuffWraps UK and even with the planned 7:30 am start on a cold morning in February everyone was keen to tear into what turned out to be a very special day in our small companies life.

TuffWraps UK power lifting wrist wraps
The day started with our physique athletes, getting a bit of a name for themselves as ‘the twins” they are no strangers to being in front of a camera and carry sheer professionalism throughout an entire 90 minutes shooting. Team shots, product shots, physique shots and pure unaware shots Max got them all…!
Turn around and quietly warming up you’d see our acrobat and aerialist Michaela. I remember watching acrobats as a child and fully appreciate the art of calisthenics but seeing it performed directly for the benefit of TuffWraps UK was something else.

TuffWraps UK crossfit wrist wraps
I believe Max’s words to me during the edits were, “I was gonna go to the gym but then I got to Michaela, I’m in pixel heaven…”
Locker 27 is quite simply an amazing facility with a tremendous amount of diverse equipment. Before even asking, Max had organized an axle bar with tyres and a strong man spec dumb bell weighing in at a mere 60+kg to start the shoots with James. Not forgetting the oh so popular chalk dust shots!

TuffWraps UK weight lifting wrist wraps

Shooting 4 athletes with multiple product options and such a diverse team is tiring, its also long and the effort that everyone put in from all sides was just amazing. So what better way to finish off a great day than with a trip to Kingston for 5 Guys and Creams!
TuffWraps UK would like to thank everyone that made this possible…
……and of course the main man @maxphysiquephoto.

Please take a trip behind the scenes form my personal view of how the day panned out!



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Short Sleeve Men's Tee & Vest

Chest (inches) 30-32 34-36  38-40 42-44 46-48 48-50 50-52 52-54
Waist (inches) 28-30 30-32  32-33 33-34 36-38 40-42 44-48 50-54


Women's Racerback Tank

Length (inches) 26 7/8 27 1/2 28 1/8 28 3/4 29 3/8
Width (inches) 15 16 17 18 19 1/2


Men's Fleece Shorts

Waist (inches) 27-30 30-33 33-36 38-40 41-43 44-47


*These are not preshrunk.


Men's Zip Hoodie

Size: S M L XL XXL 3XL 4XL 5XL
Chest (to fit): 34/36 38/40 42/44 46/48 50/52 54/56 58/60 62/64


Men's Hoodie

Chest (to fit): 34 36 40 44 48 52

Women's Lightweight Zip Hoodie

Ladies Size 8 10 12 14 16
Chest (inches) 30 32 34 36 38


Power Knee Sleeves Size Chart:

How to Size:  Measure circumference of the knee (mid-patella) in a locked position (muscles must be relaxed).  If your calves are bigger than your knee measurement, we recommend using the circumference of your calf.

We recommend going down at least one size from your measurement.

Size Center of Knee (in)
XS 12" - 13.3"
S 13.3" - 14.5"
M 14.5" - 15.7"
L 15.7" - 17"
XL 17" - 17.7"
2XL 17.7" - 18.5"
3XL 18.5" - 19.3"
4XL 19.3" - 20"

TUFF Cuff Information:

For general elbow pain or support we recommend that you measure the circumference of your elbow joint. We recommend going down one size for general elbow support.  So if you measure 12”, purchase the 11” Cuff.

compression support

For tendonitis pain in the forearm or elbow we recommend that you measure the circumference of your forearm roughly 1" below your elbow joint.  We recommend going down two sizes for tight compression.   For example, if you measure 10" then purchase the 8" Cuff.

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Elbow Sleeves Size Chart:

We advise you to measure your arm in a straight locked out position with your muscles relaxed.  Measure the circumference of your arm at the centre of your elbow, our chat is in inches.

Select the size that best fits your measurement.

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Size Center of Elbow (in)
XS < 9.0
S 9.0 - 10.5
M 10 - 11.5
L 11.5 - 13.5
XL 13.0 - 15.0
2XL 14.5 - 16.0
3XL 15.5 - 17.0
4XL 16.5 - 18.0


Cross Training Knee Sleeves Size Chart:

Measure circumference of the knee (mid-patella) in a locked position (muscles must be relaxed). Unisex sizes.

S 11.8 in. - 13.0 in.
M 13.0 in. - 14.2 in.
L 14.2 in. - 15.7 in.
XL 15.7 in. - 17.0 in.
XXL 17.0 in. - 18.3 in.

*If you prefer a tighter fit please order one size smaller than your measurement.

TUFF 10mm Weight Lifting Belt Size Chart:

Measuring Up For Your New Belt:

Use a soft measuring tape, measure around your waist approximately 4 inches above where your pant would sit. Please do not suck your stomach in and keep everything relaxed when measuring.

S 24 in. - 29 in.
M 28 in. - 33 in.
L 32 in. - 37 in.
XL 36 in. - 42 in.
XXL 41 in. - 46 in.