Grip strength.

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  • March 12, 2006 at 5:30 am #496

    Hi, I’m new to weight lifting.

    A few months ago I purchased a pair of York Extra Strong Grippers from Exercise Australia. A few months later, I feel that these grippers are doing nothing for me. I’ve gotten stronger and or these grippers have weakened over that time.

    I went in search for new grippers and found these grippers

    My problem is that when I purchased the York grippers, the packaging didn’t say how much force is required to close them, and Exercise Australia don’t know either. All I know is that they’re the strongest grippers Exercise Australia supplies. (These ones:

    Because I have no idea how much force is required to close them, I have no idea how strong my grip is, and so I have no idea what grippers to purchase.

    Anyone have any advice or know where to get a dynamometer.

    March 12, 2006 at 9:17 pm #2456

    Almost impossible to answer that one.

    However, if you want to take a guess at the heavy grips and they’re not right you can return exchange them. Keep in mind that this would still cost you postage both ways.


    March 14, 2006 at 9:07 am #2457

    Some gyms and or PT’s have these test devices to use when they screen newcomers. Ask around at a few local gyms.

    January 22, 2010 at 4:40 am #2458

    Try Fat Gripz awesome piece of equipment u can order them from US or UK $50

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