Grip Strength Training for Fighters and Grapplers
By PJ Nestler
In the following video I am going to showcase one of one of my grip circuits that I use with my fighters and grapplers.
This circuit uses a variety of grips to challenge the forearm and hands in different ways. It will, not only build strength, but will also challenge the endurance of your Grip strength circuit, so you train your hands to last throughout the duration of your fight or match.
Grip Strength Circuit
1a. Wrist Roller - Down and Up Both Directions
1b. Dumbbell Claw Grip w/ Alt Shrugs - 20 reps
1c. Hanging - 30-60sec
1d. Towel Grip Farmer Carry - 50-100 yards
Coach PJ is a Human Performance Specialist, with over a decade of experience preparing top athletes for competition, and a life mission to help athletes and coaches realize their true potential.
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