Pull-up Grip Progressions for Beginning Grip Trainees
Beginner Grip Training Series
The last few weeks, I’ve posted many installments in the Beginner Grip Training Series, including Beginner Pinch Grip Training, Beginner Gripper Training, Beginner Thick Bar Training in Any Gym, and Beginner Wrist Training with Sledge Hammers. Hopefully, you’ve been trying these methods out a bit and you’re ready to move on!
Now, it’s time to progress a little bit further by incorporating grip-intensive training into training that emphasizes more of your body. Pull-up training is great for this, as we move away from Grip Isolation (from the 4 previous videos, to Grip Integration.
Beginner Grip Training: Modified Pull-up Training
I hope you have enjoyed this series. If you try out what I’ve shown you, you’ll be well on your way toward improving your grip strength.
If you’re looking for more information on how to build your grip strength, there’s no better resource than my instructional site, TheGripAuthority.com.
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Thanks and all the best in your training.
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