Friday, September 16, 2011

New to Grip, get FatGripz

Hey strength seekers

My first introduction to grip was thick bars.  Something as simple as a bigger diameter handle to grip and do standard dumbbell/barbell exercises is an amazing way to build a better grip.  I've been asked many times what do I recommend for beginners who want to get a better grip.  My answer is always the same, thick handle work.  Whether you  wrap a towel around you barbell, dumbbells or pull up bar, something to make the handle thicker.
One of the coolest things I've seen lately that offers convenient and simple thick bar training is a product called Fatgripz.  I love simple and east + effective.  That's what these babies offer.  They can be taken anywhere.  If you go to a gym, take them and add them to your exercises.  Cable machines, lat pulldown, deadlift, barbell/dumbbell curls, pull up bars you name it.  They are a nice rubber that has a split seam that you open and snap over any existing standard bar.  It really does not get any easier than this.  I'm seriously looking at some possible StrongerGrip products that would work well for these.  Especially clubs and maces.  You might see some smaller diameter handles for these so you can slap FatGripz on to make them more challenging and work the grip.  I put them on my 3 lb Light weight clubs and loved the feel. So keep your eyes open for some standard handle clubs and maces that will accommodate the FatGripz product.   They FatGripz company is touting them as arm builders(smart move) there are more dudes wanting bigger guns than a better grip, but hey whatever works.  Those that train grip already know grip work builds better guns without even trying!!  I want you to get them for your grip.  They are a great solution,  nicely priced and so versatile.  Click on FatGripz to get yours.

Want Grip? Get FatGripz

Gods Peace and Strength

1 comment:

Duncan said...

Fatgripz are awesome, perfect for increasing your grip strength as you say.
I highly reccomend getting a pair if your serious about your training