Combining different movements and techniques whilst using different grip strengtheners is the best way to improve your grip strength.
You need to be consistent and disciplined with training, the main issue we see with newer people is overtraining. It may seem like it’s working at first but ultimately you'll reach a sticking point and development of strength will plateau.
The best grip strengthener for ease of use and potential strength gains is the hand gripper. There are a few different types of hand grippers available, each of them come with their own benefits and potential strength outreach.
The perfect entry level grip strengthener. Adjustable grippers are ergonomically designed for ease of use whilst the padded handles make them extremely comfortable.
The ‘adjustable’ resistance is what makes these grippers great, you can start off low, or at your current level of strength and slowly build up over time. It’s great for monitoring progression and seeing how you’ve developed.
Our very own range of hand grip strengtheners, designed, manufactured and tested by our team. They are exceptional for developing grip strength and building forearm muscle. With 7 different levels of resistance there's a starting and end point for everyone.
Simple to use, perfect for taking with you on business trips, holidays or even on the desk at work. If you’d like to learn more about hand grippers, check out our gripper training blogs.
Our most popular grip training accessory, the Grip Rings. Available in 6 different resistances, ergonomically designed for comfortability and ease of use. They replicate the crushing motion, this engages the forearm helping you develop grip strength, ease wrist pain and also build muscle. They are also ideal for keeping in your gym bag or on the desk at work. It’s easy to complete a full crush workout with them in under 10 minutes.
Lower Resistance - These are ideal for recovering from injuries, helping to strengthen weak wrists and also warm up before training. We recommend the 30lb - 50lb range for these movements.
Higher Resistance - These are ideal for building strength and using as part of your training routine. We recommend the 60lb to 80lb range for developing strength. The higher resistance should be paired with lower repetitions to help build strength.
Moving into the more grip specific training equipment, grip tools are the best way to help develop a well rounded grip. Available in all different shapes and sizes, these grip strengtheners are ideal for delving into grip training.