Get A Grip on Grip Training: Exercises and Techniques to Add Strength and Size to Your Forearms - Female bodybuilders

Tuesday, February 16, 2021

Get A Grip on Grip Training: Exercises and Techniques to Add Strength and Size to Your Forearms

This week's article is very dear to my heart since I will be focusing on one of my personal favourite body parts to train; so sharpen your pencils, sit up straight and get your notepad ready, I am going to shed some light on the black sheep of arm training - your Grip.


The stronger your grip, the stronger you are!



If grip training has not been a priority in your training regimen then I am sorry to tell you but you have not even begun tapping into your strength potential. No matter what upper body exercise you perform; the force your body generates is going to be transferred through your grip. To exert the most force onto the weights will require you to grip the bar as tight as humanly possible. Before we begin exploring all the different exercises that will make Donkey Kong proud of your grip (if you do not know who Donkey Kong is I feel a lot of sympathy for your deprived childhood) we must first discuss the different variations of grip training. Grip development begins by embracing the Holy Trinity of Grip Training: The Support, The Crush and The Pinch Grip. These are the three fundamental movements that will take your training to the next level.

👉 Get A Grip on Grip Training:  The Support Grip
👉 Get A Grip on Grip Training: The Crush Grip
👉 Get A Grip on Grip Training: The Pinch Grip

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