What are hand grips good for?
The importance of grip strength is arguably one of the most underestimated aspects considered in regards to strength training. As well as whilst working out, grip strength plays a key part in day to day life and can easily be taken for granted. Opening doors, carrying shopping, sweeping the floor all require grip strength. Lack of grip strength is often more obvious when working out. Deadlifts, pull ups, curls, rows, bench presses, to name but a few, all require grip strength. The ability to perform effectively and to progress will test your grip strength. Grip trainers are the perfect solution to this, improving the strength of the muscles in your forearm, wrist and hands. Improving grip strength also helps prevent injury. Don’t let your grip strength let you down, limiting your ability to achieve your lifting goals.