If you want to increase the strength of your hands, you need to add grip training. The Rogers Athletic Power Grip Pro provides a safe-starting position, stainless steel ergonomic handles, and a foot pedal that makes both contractions and force negatives easy to implement for the coach and trainee. Each Power Grip Pro has self-contained weight storage and the construction allows for up to 450 lbs of weight. Now that is serious grip strength!

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Coach Taylor’s go to exercise…

“It is common to see the athletes head to the Rogers Athletic Power Grip Pro to work on hand strength. Five squeezes from tip of finger to metal touch, followed by a five second hold metal to metal, then we add five pounds and repeat for five rounds. Nearly immediately after the athletes will grab a pair of Iron Grip Dumbbells and do farmer’s walk for ten yards up and back.” – Rob Taylor, Jr., Founder and Owner of SMARTER Team Training

Alex keeps it creative with…

“The Rogers Athletic Power Grip Pro is a great addition to any weight room to challenge hand and forearm strength. I like to have athletes do towel pull-ups, followed by Rogers Athletic Lat Combo Pull with the rope attachments at about 60% of the their body weight, followed by as many squeezes as they can on the Power Grip Pro, with a weight of their choosing. When they can’t close the Gripper’s handles two attempts in a row, they are finished.” – Alex Walsh, Performance Coach

Do not overlook the strength of your grip…

“A limiting factor in gaining overall strength in the entire body can sometimes be down to lack of grip strength. The more weight you can hold in your hands, the stronger you can get. Lower body exercises such as DB lunges, RDLs and deadlifts all require grip strength to hold dumbbells and bars. A 15 second iso hold followed by a maximum effort set gets the forearms and hands warmed up for rope pulldowns on the Lat Combo Pull.” – Ade Parkes, Performance Coach

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