Developed for athletes who want to increase their grip strength to Heavy Grips were specifically designed to build superior hand strength Made in 50-pound increments from 100-pounds to 350-pounds so that you can train your grip similar to training any other bodypart to by increasing resistance The grips are made of cast aluminum with a knurling finish to provide an excellent grip Specifications: Material: aluminum
Heavy Grips - Singles - 6 Strength Levels Reviews
32 of 33 people found the following review helpful:
Great gripper but 100# is too weak, get the set,
Amazon Verified Purchase( What's this?)Five stars for quality and appearance. Good knurling. This is a very attractive and seemingly well built gripper. At "100#" though this is pretty weak. I have never trained my grip before and have popped my knuckles all my life. As most men go, my hands are not that strong for shaking and crushing. If you are interested in grip training than the odds are that you've done a fair amount of exercise otherwise and if that's the case, you can rep this thing outside of its range of usefulness. It is much easier than the workforce or pony brand spring clamp from home depot which are obviously not designed for grip training.
After buying this, getting it in the mail and seeing my wife close it a few times (she is no strong woman) I ordered the next three in line. At this point I have nearly enough invested in them to have bought the whole 1000-350 set outright with shipping. I that seems like too much money to spend and you are serious about starting grip training then... Read more
12 of 13 people found the following review helpful:
Start with this one,
So I ordered the 150, and it is great. I do not recommend starting with the 100 if you are a guy. The 150 provides a good amount of resistance as a good starting gripper. But if I it was any less it would feel pretty weak. Since the difference between the 150 and the 200 feel VERY significant, I can't imagine how lame the 100 would be for a guy to start out with, as 150 feels just right.
Obviously, you won't get much use out of these things once you progress past them as they are non-adjustable, which is why it is important to make sure to get enough resistance. If you are someone who happens to know they have GOOD, ABOVE AVERAGE grip, then get the 200. Me-- I believe I have... Read more
9 of 10 people found the following review helpful:
Weaker copy of IronMind's "Captains of Crush" series,
The reaon: due to inferior materials and/or assembly, the handles of the HG bend inwards with respect to the spring, and their lower ends touch sooner than they do on the CoC (the deformation is quite visible).
I returned it, and they gave me my money back no questions asked, so I have to say good customer service.
This line of grippers is a little cheaper than the CoC they imitate, and they certainly provide a great value. I prefer the CoC, but if you're less of a fanatic :) or if you want to save 25% the HG are OK. I would subtract at least 60lb from their rating, though. Like I said, the HG 250... Read more
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