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PostPosted: Wed, Mar 04, 2020 8:29pm 
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The truth is that little bit of grip training goes a long way. It can pay huge dividends on all other areas of strength and fitness. For starters, poor grip strength is a hugely limiting factor when it comes to other exercises such as deadlifts, pull ups, lunges, rows, bench etc. When your grip strength improves, the rest of your lifts will follow suit. :rock: hand grip strengthener If you're interested in getting stronger, this is a no-brainer. It's unlikely that you will ever have strong hands without a strong body, but there are lots of strong bodies out there without strong hands. If you're interested in decreasing body fat, lifting more weight during your workout means more calories burned. :thumbsup: hand grip strengthener workout Working grip exercises into your program can also aid in preventing certain pain syndromes from chronic inflammation to tendonitis, which is generally caused by neglecting certain muscle groups and overuse of others. Also, through a process called irradiation, you may actually be strengthening other muscles from your wrist all the way down to your core with the most important being perhaps your rotator cuff muscles. An easy way to feel this working is to hold your hand out in front of you and make a fist. :lol: :LOL: adjustable hand grip strengthener Now squeeze your fist as hard as you can and you should feel all the muscles in your arm and even your core tighten up as well. To utilize this during your training squeeze the bar during exercises like the bench press and deadlifts to instantly lift more weight and protect your shoulders!


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