Grip Pro Trainer Hand Grip Forearm Strength Gripper 30, 40 & 50 lbs FULL SET of all 3 weights

Grip Pro Trainer Hand Grip Forearm Strength Gripper 30, 40 & 50 lbs FULL SET of all 3 weights

Grip Pro Trainer Hand Grip Forearm Strength Gripper 30, 40 & 50 lbs FULL SET of all 3 weights

  • GripPro trainer is an extremely effective finger-hand-forearm strength and endurance trainer.
  • It comes in 3 different levels of difficulty.
  • GripPro trainer is very portable and easy to use, almost anywhere/anytime – at your desk, stuck in traffic, walking, on the treadmill, etc.

Grip Pro trainer is an extremely effective finger-hand-forearm strength and endurance trainer. It comes in 3 different levels of difficulty: Green-30lb max resistance (easier)-for lighter weight people and warming up, Black-40lb max resistance (medium) for average weight men to train with and Red 50lb max resistance (difficult) for big guys or lower rep strength training.

Can be used anywhere and anytime. Try 3 sets of 30-100 reps a couple times a week for best results over time. Its also great for stress relief.

This is a set of three grips that comes with one of each size: 30 lb, 40 lb, and 50 lb.

List Price: $ 23.95

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3 thoughts on “Grip Pro Trainer Hand Grip Forearm Strength Gripper 30, 40 & 50 lbs FULL SET of all 3 weights”

  1. 57 of 61 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Good Product, August 12, 2010
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    Mr. Mambo (Burnsville, MN USA) –

    This review is from: Grip Pro Trainer Hand Grip Forearm Strength Gripper 30, 40 & 50 lbs FULL SET of all 3 weights (Health and Beauty)
    If you are an average guy with medium sized hands and have done some working out, you should be able to start with the 40 and quickly work your way into the 50. You can give the 30 to your kid or your wife, it will be too easy for you. I am a 60 yr. old geezer, 6’1″, 185, who has kept in shape my entire life, but I am not a real strong guy. I have long fingers but thin bones. From the base of my thumb at the wrist, to the tip of my longest finger, it’s 8″. For a trained lifter, say, a guy who can bench 300 or more, the 50 will probably be too easy. I took the 50 out of the package–it’s the only one I ordered–and was immediately able to squeeze out fifteen reps, holding each rep in closed position for one second.

    This is a good product for a number of reasons. 1. Portability: it is easily carried. 2. Convenience: you can do it in your car, on walks, in your office, while watching TV, etc.. 3. Durability: nothing to break here. 4. Cost: the red one alone cost about $10 including shipping, and should last a long time.

    The smell which other reviewers mentioned? Not a problem at all. If the red one gets too easy after a while, and you can crank out fifty consecutive reps with each hand, try it with just your first three fingers…..then with your last three…notice the big difference? If you change it around you will find ways to keep challenging yourself and increasing your grip strenghth.

    By the way, as a guy who has worked out his entire life, and who is adamantly opposed to the idea of paying someone to work out–no gym memberships for me–I would also like to highly recommend another very inexpensive product for increasing your grip strength. Go to Home Depot or Lowe’s and buy one of those spring clamps, you know, the ones with the orange PVC grips and tips. They sell for maybe $5. You may not be able to fully close it the first time you try it, which is good. Keep working on it and you will eventually get it. The advantage to using these spring clamps is that you get a much wider range of motion than you do with the squeeze circles. Once you master the “Pony” clamps, try placing a dime between the closed handles and see how long you can hold the dime before it falls to the ground.

    I’d recommend the Pony spring clamps over any of the other similar hand-strengthening products shown on Amazon, because, for one thing, you can’t try any of them out before you buy them. My experience with them is that, most of the time, they are too easy. With the Pony, you can just go to your home store and give it a go. The Pony is not easy, at least for me. Plus the Pony is very inexpensive in comparison to those other spring grippers. I have to admit that I did finally wear out a spring on one of them and it broke, but that took a long, long time to come about. So you go and buy another one. In fact, I’d recommend you get two, so that you can alternate hands, i.e., one with left hand, then one with right hand, and so on.

    Another excellent finger/hand strengthener: fingertip pushups.

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  2. 24 of 26 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Better than your standard spring grip, March 21, 2008
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    Dan

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    This review is from: Grip Pro Trainer Hand Grip Forearm Strength Gripper 30, 40 & 50 lbs FULL SET of all 3 weights (Health and Beauty)
    I found that the standard spring grips you get in sporting goods stores are too easy (I can do about 150 squeezes before getting tired). These grip trainers are pretty comfortable in my hand and the higher resistance is nice. I found the 30 to be easier than spring grips, the 40 was a little harder than spring grips, and the 50 is pretty difficult (I can only squeeze it about 20 times).

    The only complaint I have is that my 40 ripped after about two days of use. The manufacturer replaced the item for me, but only after I shipped the defective item to them at my expense. If I could start over, I would have just bought two 50s instead of this set.

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  3. 18 of 21 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Better than springs?… Yes, March 5, 2007
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    This review is from: Grip Pro Trainer Hand Grip Forearm Strength Gripper 30, 40 & 50 lbs FULL SET of all 3 weights (Health and Beauty)
    Bought 3 sets of these, for myself and my roomates. I’m liking mine alot, as has everyone else at my office who has tried them. Much better than similar products I have tried that use springs for tension, being both less noisey, no way to pinch yourself, and more ‘flexible’ in grip. Only complaint is that some people are allergic to latex, which is what I think these are made of.

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