Pinch grip is the strength between your finger and thumb. Probably the least common used in every day life, but a strong pinch grip enables you to perform some awesome looking grip feats.
The pinch bundle has been designed to specifically target your pinch grip strength. You have the option of selecting from the Pinch Block, Cube or both.
Combining our best products this bundle will take your pinch strength to the next level.Read More
Pinch Grip Tools
The pinch grip bundle includes 3 pinch blocks to challenge narrow, mid and wide pinch.
6mm Narrow Pinch Block - An extremley challenging lift. With its slim diameter, it really tests out your narrow pinch. Perfect for one handed lifts.
60mm Pinch Block - The 60mm block is perfect for training one handed lifts and provides a great challenge for a mid style pinch.
80mm Cube - Providing a wide pinch challenge it's perfect for one handed lifting. We have recently seen more people using this for training 2 - 3 finger lifts.Shop Now
Finger Resistance Bands
One of the best grip training accessories on the market. An area of grip and you can not train via any normal lifts. Your extensors are a crucial area to strengthen within the forearm and will greatly help develop a strong all round grip.
The finger exercises in this bundle include level 1-3, you can use the lower levels for warming up / recovery work and level 3 for building strength.
These should be used multiple times per week, you'll be amazed with the results.Shop Now
Godlike Grip Chalk
A bonus addition into this bundle, the perfect accompaniment for your grip tools.
We pride our chalk on being the best quality you will find anywhere. No lumps, no bumps, just smooth extra grippy powdered chalk.
The texture allows our chalk to stick to your hands and the pinch blocks (with the help of our top secret texture) to maximize your grip, reduce sweat and improve performance.Shop Now
What is Pinch Grip?
Pinch grip is the strength between your fingers and thumb. You can actually develop a surprisingly strong pinch grip considering the size of the muscle group.
Pinch grip relies less on the forearm than crush / support grip so requires more focused training to develop.
How to train Pinch Grip
Plate pinching is an extraordinary feat of strength and a great way to train your pinch grip. Have you ever tried pinching 2 x 20kg smooth sided plates? Well you should.. It's a lot harder than it looks and a great goal to shoot for.
Our favorite ways to train pinch grip are, well using a pinch block obviously. They are the perfect grip tools for exploding your pinch grip strength. These are included in our pinch grip bundle and should be part of your weekly training routine.
Benefits of a strong Pinch Grip
Developing a solid pinch grip outside of grip sport does have its benefits. You use it in everyday life, simple examples of this are picking up objects or even writing.