Grip endurance and strength is not only important for gym rats and athletes, but also for everyday activities. The longer you can hold onto things, i.e. shopping bags, boxes, furniture, without fatiguing the less you'll ask for help and the more you'll impress your friends :)
That said, grip endurance is also a general indicator of overall physical strength. If the first thing to fatigue or prevent you from finishing a workout is your forearms, you've limited the rest of your body's gains to one muscle group. In other words, you're just as good as your grip strength!
"The more grip strength and endurance you have, the more work you can put-in during training."
Below are my 6 key exercises to maximize grip strength with the PKB, one of the most versatile pieces of equipment in my car, closet, home gym - everywhere!
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Before you get started, here's a quick TIP: Higher repetitions will help promote muscular endurance and hypertrophy. Lower reps and heavier weights will work muscular strength and power. Both are important! Why? Drop me a comment or question below and I will get back to you!
Clean and Over-head Press