Monday, October 26, 2009

How Would You Like Increased Grip Strength?

For a lot of people the weak link in their training programs is their grip strength. I mean let's face it, your grip is what connects you to the weights for at least 80% of your exercises. The only places where your grip really doesn't come into play is with some leg and ab exercises. But for all barbell, dumbbell, cable, and most machine exercises your grip is critical.

And the cool thing is that if you increase your grip strength, you'll increase your strength in virtually every exercise that requires you to grab the weights. This will really help to spur on new muscle growth all over and take your physique to the next level of strength and muscularity.

Not only that but you'll also pack on some size to your forearms as well. And that is really cool because out of all the muscles of the body, the forearms are the most visible. Anytime you roll up your sleeves people are going to take notice, and if you have thick muscular forearms then that instantly shows that you are strong and have paid your dues in the gym.

One of the fastest and easiest ways to quickly build up your grip and forearm strength is with Heavy Duty Hand Grippers. I've been seriously training Heavy Grippers since 2004 and I just can't say enough good things about them. But just the other day I got an e-mail from one of my customers and it really helped to drive the whole message home.

Hey Lee,

I just wanted to give a little testimonial on my experience with the Heavy Grip Hand Grippers.

I've been strength training on and off for years, and used to train in MMA. I initially purchased the 200 LBS hand gripper a few months back, and was hardly able to squeeze out any reps, so I demoted myself to the 150, worked my way up to the 200, and am now squeezing out 8-10 reps on the 250 pounder after just a few months.

I'll be purchasing a 300 pounder soon enough, and then hope to graduate to the 350.

Thanks for the excellent product. I was able to up the weight in my kettlebell training due to my increased grip strength.

Thumbs up!
Ray Baron

If you'd like to get your very own set of Heavy Grips hand grippers and take your grip and forearm strength to the next level then click on the link below:

And for a limited time I'm also giving away a killer Hand Gripper Training Manual that shows the exact gripper workouts I personally followed to develop the hand strength to close the Heavy Grips 350 pound hand gripper in just 3 months!


  1. Whats the difference between these grippers and Captains Of Crush? You closed the 350 pounder pretty easy. What can you do With CoC 3.5 and 4 (322 lbs and 365 lbs)?

  2. Lee,
    I have already bought the hand gripper set earlier this year. Can I buy the training manual that you now have?
    Steve G.

  3. Hi Lee, I have been told to work the lower fingers reverse the grip and visesa versa. What is your take on this... Herc.

  4. Hey Lee. I get your emails and this one really caught my eye. I am in college and I can only afford to buy one gripper. What size should I buy? Im about 5-11 170, not very big, but I used to lay tile flooring full time and I want to get my grip back. Thanks, Tony,

  5. I purchased two of these some time ago (250 & 300) and they really helped with my dead lift. I used to have trouble keeping hold of the bar on the last couple reps, even with the over/under grip, but i have no problems now, and the only thing that changed in my workout was using heavy grippers. I do one set to failure with the 300lb as the final exercise of a workout. It's amazing how much energy it can take up, though. I find half my body starts to shake on those last few reps.

    For anyone else reading, i'm about 6ft, 75kg with around 2 solid years of body building behind me (and 27 years of exercise) and i found the 250lb to be a good starter. Plus you can always hold your last rep for as long as possible if you want more of a challenge.