grip strength

Grip strength is not only fundamental to daily function, but it looks to be be a clear indicator of cardiovascular health and mortality.
There aren't many kettlebell workouts around that are as gruesome as the Chain of Pain - but it works.
Train your core, shoulders, and grip with this simple yet devastating variation of the hanging leg raise.
Try this playful drill to warm up for gymnastics work and improve your grip strength.
Try using ropes and rings to tax your core, your grip, and your willpower.
These handles are versatile and will last a long time - and you won't spend money on other gear.
Try these two grip drills from Aston’s book - no equipment required.
As the saying goes, “Success leaves clues.” So, let’s look at the old-time strongmen and see if we can get them to come up with a clue or two for us.
If your main concern is grip strength, then you will want to try out this stretch. Do not be deceived! It’s more intense than it looks.
There are three types of grip - crush grip, pinch grip, and support grip. But how do you train these?
Here are a few things in our typing-heavy culture that can cause weakness of the grip - and also a video showing you an exercise to fix this.
Given the importance of grip strength, it is surprising how much of a weakness it is for many. Here are ten articles and videos to help you make sure it's not a weak point for you.
In this video, Ben Musholt demonstrates three ways for you to build grip strength to help with bouldering and the climbing involved in parkour.
I'm going to show you one of the ways I build grip strength. You grip the bar with both your hands in the overhand grip, and you use a fat bar.
Zass was not a weight lifter but performed feats such as bending bars, breaking chains, massive support and carrying lifts, and even several teeth lifts - there's even video of him doing this.
Every Sunday we post the "Sunday Seven" so you can quickly see the seven most popular articles of the week. This week: coaching, CrossFit, pull ups, sleep, grip strength, and more!
We're going to take a closer look at grip strength - with particular attention to your hand digits (fingers and thumb) and their intrinsic muscles.