Nothing will limit us and even with its maximum resistance we can always have Gripstick on hand.
The main benefits of forearm muscle strengthening include a firmer grip, greater strength, better endurance, greater speed, injury prevention, support and improved flexibility, better performance, blood circulation support, massage of tired muscles or relaxation and release from stress.
And if we use Gripstick for that, we get a number of advantages over other options.
When exercising with the Gripstick, all the muscles of the forearm are involved, even in the full range of movements. In the same way, we can focus only on the isolated work of some muscles. This is a great option, for example, for compensatory exercises or specific training of certain movements during a specific performance.
The gripstick is multifunctional in that we can alternate grips according to the needs and focus of the training even during the exercise itself. Gripping in a horizontal or vertical position or various combinations of exercises can be a great advantage for our training.
With Gripstick we can easily simulate specific grips that are typical for our sport or our activity. We can simulate the grip of the handlebars, tennis rackets when hitting or, for example, the grip of the fingertips typical of sport climbing.
We are not limited by the duration of the exercise itself. We can easily adjust the volume of training to our needs and nothing will limit us.
The resistance of the Gripstick can be adjusted very easily and quickly without the use of any tools. If we fully enable the Gripstick, its resistance is minimal to zero. And we can add until completely blocked. Suitable for all forms of exercise. We can easily develop endurance as well as maximum strength.
Proof of Grisptick's versatility is that it is used by athletes in many disciplines such as
TENNIS - SQUASH - ICE HOCKEY - FLOORBALL
MOUNTAINN BIKING - MOTOCROSS - WAKEBOARDING - WINDSURFING
ROCK CLIMBING - BOULDERING - CULTURISTICS - WORKOUT - GYMNASTICS
POLEDANCE - MARTIAL SPORTS…
There are many ways to develop the muscles of the forearms. And there are even more reasons not to. But we are not looking for the reasons but for the ways! Or not?