Crossfit is fast becoming one of the most popular ways to train. What most people don’t realise is, having a stronger grip strength helps with almost every exercise and daily activity. You will learn one of the best grip strengthening tools available to increase your grip strength.
Oct. 5, 2015 Sanford, NC - Some of the latest statistics from Rally Fitness reveals that Crossfit continues to be a very popular sport in the states which is steadily gaining popularity across the world. With an increase in popularity it comes as no surprise that many are asking; what makes a good crossfitter?
While a good diet and structured training regime are essential one of the fundamentals is one of the most overlooked — grip strength.
When you think of the term strength you most likely associate it with a large functional movement or traditional lift such as a deadlift or a squat. Think of the body as a well-oiled machine made up of various components and intricate mechanics, without one component the rest can easily fail or in many cases not perform to its full potential.
This same principal applies with grip strength. Without a strong grip made up of fingers, hand, wrist and forearm strength you will never be able to perform to your full potential, especially in sports such as Crossfit.
Almost every Crossfit movement or WOD (workout of the day) will demand a strong grip or be made easier with stronger hands. Rope climbs, muscle ups, pull ups, rowing, toes to bar, deadlifts, cleans, front squats, kettlebell swings and even skipping to name a few.
You can improve your grip strength by using hand grippers such as Supreme Squeeze for just a few minutes a day. Supreme Squeeze are premium quality hand grippers that offer workouts and details about how grip strength works.
Athletes from all kinds of sports have used a hand strengthener set such as Supreme Squeeze to improve their grip strength and seen fast and effective results. Crossfit is no exception.
With Crossfit continuing to be a growing sport it comes as no surprise that more and more people are using hand strengthening tools to help improve their overall performance and endurance. So while it is important to work hard on those big lifts and your fitness levels, it is just as important to keep the small and crucial muscle groups such as your forearms geared up and ready for any WOD.
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