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8.23.2013

Wrist, Fingers And Forearm

Using the Grip Cart’s Sledge Hammers to develop the wrist, fingers and forearm.

Finger Walk

Sledge Hammer Finger Walk

Ab and Adduction of the fingers is done by ‘finger walking’.  When an athlete Gets the finger ab and adductors Strong they are able to hold on to objects or pull objects towards themselves without their grip slipping.  Having ab and adduction strength is as important as having the ability to powerfuly close the hand.

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Sledge Hammer Wrist

In the above four photos the athlete uses the sledge hammer to develop the radial and ulnar deviation musculature.  These muscular groups are important when grasping an object by keeping the hand in its most powerful advantageous positions. 

Wrist Rotation

External otation

Above the athlete is training the musculature that supinates the hand.  The bicep is the prime supinator of the hand.

Sledge Internal Rotation

Wrist Internal Rotation

Developing strong pronators is extremely important in athletics.  Pronators help you shift your opponents weight in a tightly contested position.  Make sure you train all your fingers, hand and forearm musculature to Get Strong.

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