Welcome to Improve Your Grip
It’s nice to meet you! My name is Henry & I’m a friendly fellow who started this website.
I’m very happy you found your way here!
Regardless of your progress & training experience it’s always great to have a helping hand by your side. You can think of this website as a friendly hub where you can come to get new ideas & directions where to go.
Let it be a starting point of our journey together.
A Little Bit About Me
I’m fascinated by calisthenics, gymnastics, & pole fitness – I’ve been a recreational powerlifter & martial artist more than a decade. Being passionate about strongman training & weightlifting, I’d love to discuss about those topics with you.
First & foremost I’m interested in functional strength itself & in overall approach..
..I care a little less about proportional illusion of it.
Nevertheless both are very important – Naturally, you want to look good as much as you want to be strong!
In athleticism I value mental toughness & fortitude as well as physical abilities – One can’t go without another. You’re only as strong as our weakest link is – YOUR GRIP
Who doesn’t want to have a powerful grip?
Honestly, every great athlete has one..
Your First Task
Let’s Get to Know Each Other
We don’t know each other yet – You don’t know me & I don’t know you..
So, it’s important to get to know each other – Let’s start building a relationship – Exchanging e-mail addresses is one of the easiest ways to do it.
It’s a great way for us to communicate online – Try not to miss out on latest training tips & keep yourself excited with newest trends!
Why is Grip Strength so Important?
Let’s Make a Reality Check
It is the very first point of contact between you & the object you want to pick up. Your grip is incredibly important – And not only in few exercises, but almost
in all of them. You have to grab even a squatting bar with considerable force if you want to make that exercise possible for you..
Having grip strength is tremendously effective in any physique, yet training grip happens to be one of the most overlooked aspects in regular training routines.
Try not to become one of those individuals & fall into that category – Try & Improve your grip since it has many benefits to it.
One thing is having strong hands, which is great.. BUT other thing is preventing injuries & having healthy hands, & that should be your top priority no matter
who you are. Functional strength can come in handy in infinite number of situations, for infinite number of times.
Technically, there are four primary movements that you should focus on the most to improve your overall grip, finger, hand & forearm strength:
- Crushing grip – Grabbing & squeezing an object with your fingers – It’s the most basic hand movement, where you’ll be moving your fingers towards your palm
- Pinching grip – Movement that involves your thumb to pinch grip an object – The idea is to always use your thumb in combination of any of your other 4 fingers
- Supporting grip – Also called static grip, that focuses on holding onto something as long as you can while maintaining it in the exact same position the whole time
- Extending grip – Complex extensor movements, in your wrists & fingers, to adjust your grip position, move opposite directions & to provide you with muscle balance
Learn “The Grip Training” Basics
Check Out My Beginners Guide
In case you’ve never done any grip training in your life & this is completely new experience for you..
I’d love to help you out by showing you how to get started quickly & effortlessly..
I’ve put together a simple guide just for you to walk you through step by step & to show you exactly how to start training your grip.
You’ll be surprised how easy & fun it is! – It’s not a mystery, it’s nothing too complicated..& absolutely anyone can do it.
By checking out my beginner guide, I can show you how to get started.
I’ll show you exactly how to train, what equipment to use & where can you find everything you need to improve your grip.
Whether you’re after simple hand recovery, strengthening weak hands, muscle balance or trying to get better at your gym weight lifting game.
Each & every one of those aspect are going to be covered.
Who Should Develop a Powerful Grip?
Everyone – Old & Young – Athlete or Not
..Beginner or Expert, Competitive or Non-Competitive, Recreational or Professional Athlete
We all could use a stronger grip!
It’s also a big part of your competitive edge, if winning or losing is at stake – Grip strength offers great deal of support to what you’re already doing.
- Pole Dancer
- Rock Climber
- Tennis player
- Golf Player
- Guitar Player
- Piano player
- Arm Wrestler
- Sport Shooter
- Motocross Driver
- Military Forces
- Martial Artist
Whether you’re senior citizen, who wants to be healthy, avoid injuries & feel safe enough while grabbing staircase railings, OR you’re aiming to become a strongman
with monstrously strong grip, who will be able to roll up a frying pan with your bare hands & wants to put other similar feats of strength on display..
Grip Strength becomes very handy in any case – Almost any sports athlete out there, that you can name or think of, needs a great grip
Thanks for Stopping By!