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Grip Strength Equipment
There are some great grip strength equipment options that you can buy and it is obvious that the market has developed over time as great results have been seen in increasing the power of a grip. Increasing the power of your grip has a direct effect on your overall strength.
The options that you can choose from are seemingly endless as you can also invest some yourself with a bit of creativity. A great product that you can buy online is the Getstrength Gorilla Hang Time Loops. Basically what this does is allow you to hang from a chinning bar using only your four fingers.
Another one that looks good is the Getstrength Gorilla Grip System® - Pinch Grip Tool. It seems similar to the Gripmaster but works with the pinch and not the individual fingers like the Gripmaster. This will get you great results fast as your pinch is directly related to the strength of your grip that you have.
As mentioned above you can create your own ideas. For example instead of spending the money on purchasing a thicker bar as you get stronger with your strength grip training you can just wrap a layer or two of duck tap around the bar where you hold it.
If you simply add one layer of duck-tape every time you train your grip strength it will improve and get you a stronger grip. It just needs a bit of your own creativity to make the difference in getting maximum results when training to increase the power of your grip.
It is important to note here that getting results from strength grip training depends on the variety of movements that you use. Because of the extremely complex way that you grip works using the individual muscles of each finger which is attached to a separate muscle it needs variations.
Probably the best results will be seen when you are able to increase the strength of each finger. Although each finger is attached to a different muscle in your hand that muscle is in turn attached to your forearm through a complex system of connective tissues.
This means that it needs to be a holistic process in order to get good results. So the only way that you are going to consistently develop the strength in your grip is by always stressing your grip from a different angle. But the choices are endless and just needs a bit of common sense and maybe a bit of research.