#1 – Grip Strength
Simple stuff at the gym can be amplified exponentially just by fatiguing small groups of muscles before performing a regular set of exercise.
Example : When doing bicep curls, to increase grip strength, perform your set of curls and put down the weight. Immediately after grab on to some heavier weights and just hold them as long as you can. This will greatly increase your grip strength.
#2 – Negatives
These will become your best friend and your worst enemy. The reason I say that is because when you perform a negative consistently, you will become insanely strong but it is going to be very strenuous and you’ll be more sore than ever before.
Example : Find a platform that allows you to step up having your chin above the Pull-up bar. Grab on to the bar and step off lowering yourself down for 5-7 seconds. Repeat this until you feel like your arms are going to fall off, then do a couple more!
#3 – Pull Strength
Just like #1 training grip strength you can easily increase your pull strength by adding another workout tacked onto your already designated set.
Example : Either performing Pull-ups or Negatives, right before you do either of those workouts, grab some weights and perform a set of strict curls. Fatiguing your biceps and forearms before attempting a Pull-up or Negative will better isolate the muscles you normally can’t hit when you’re fresh!
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