Thick bar training (fat gripz), plate pinches, and squeezing the bar hard on every lift
in between sets grip 2,3 or 4, depending on strength, 10 lb plates with fingers on the flat side, keep them from falling.
Finger pushups ? did you tried them ?
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Try fat gripz, and captains of crush grippers.
Farmers Carries...hands down. I did a 1600m once with two 53lb kb's. Driving was rough that day and two to three days later.
"If you look like food, you're gonna get eaten...Don't look like food."
I like Fat Gripz or doing the farmers walk while using Fat Gripz or tying a towl around the weights and carry them by the towel. I like to change things up.
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This is something most people don't do and it's worked wonders for my grip. Try gripping the bar as hard as possible on your next bench press session, and I bet you gain a rep or two from the increased muscle activation, as well as improve your grip over time
M.S. Exercise Physiology
ACSM: Certified Clinical Exercise Specialist
Reverse curls have done wonders for my grip and forearms! My wrist were giving me issues also, since I have been hitting reverse curls twice a week, one day heavy one day light, very big improvement.
No Gloves, No straps EVER! Chalk up a bit if you need to. Done!
M.Ed. Ex Phys
Grip responds well to different kinds of static holds. In addition to holding a bar, you can pinch grip different objects that vary in size and shape.