When you meet someone who gives you a strong handshake, either they have spent many hours in the gym or spent their life doing physical labor, and you get the impression they could take your head off with just their finger and thumb! The good news is you do not have to get a job in a steel mill, construction site or farm to get a strong grip like this.
If you’ve ever wondered…
Did I miss that pass because of weak hands?
Are my wrists strong enough to catch that ground ball?
Were my hands weak or was the kicker’s leg really that strong?
Could I lift heavier weights?
Can I improve my golf / tennis / baseball basketball rock climbing / mountain biking techniques?
Then it is time for you to get a grip – with the Ultimate Grip Strength System!
There are some very effective exercises that can be performed on a regular basis to improve your grip strength. Make sure you rest your hands, wrists and forearms for two weeks to avoid overtraining. Many athletes train heavy for one week and then light the next week followed by two weeks off of grip strength training exercises.
It is important to understand that each part of the hand has very different functions. All these areas must be trained for balanced development and maintenance of the lower arm.
Crushing, for hands
Pinching, for thumbs
Levering, for wrists
Extending, for fingers
Many people who join a gym have no idea where to start. One secret to getting the best from your overall workout is grip strength training. A strong grip is important in all areas of fitness, from the weight room to the tennis court and beyond. It can also prevent mishaps or injuries caused by weak hands. This book will help you incorporate grip strength training into workouts that yield results.
Strength training the entire body, including your grip, makes it easier to do every day chores around the house or at work. It allows us to function at optimum levels while doing any physical task.
And don’t forget the Free Bonus Book For Every Reader! Get 30 Minute Ultimate Abs by clicking on the secret URL at the back of this book.
Dale Travis-Amber has been a keep fit fan since high school, where he managed to slim down and tone up using simple workouts. Born in Cedar Hills, Utah he put himself through college working in a city gym. Here he noticed how much money the owners made, and vowed to never pay for a gym membership again! Now he designs and writes free workouts to share with the world.
Originally posted 2012-10-02 12:45:06.