Beginner Grip Training: Basic Hammer Movements for Wrist Strength
Beginner Grip Training Video Series
We are getting deeper and deeper into this series on Beginner Grip Training Methods. We’ve looked at entry-level plate inching, some of the aspects of gripper training, and even a thick bar training method you can do in just about ANY GYM. Now, it’s time to look at a way beginner grip trainees can work on developing their wrist strength.
Basic Sledge Hammer Movements for Wrist Strength
Sledge Hammer Levering can put a lot of torque on the wrist, and if you go too heavy, too soon, you can experience undue pain from the drills. In the video below, I show you some things you can do right now, as a beginner grip trainee, that are safe and entail less risk.
I hope today’s installment in the Beginner Grip Training Series has been helpful.
If you’ve got additional questions on developing your grip strength, be sure to leave a comment below, or contact me directly.
Either way, I look forward to hearing from you.
All the best in your training.
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