Patented Hanging wrist roller with rubber handles designed to “slip” requiring the user to physically squeeze the handles in order to make them turn further enhancing grip strength development, hanging the Grip Freak takes shoulder fatigue out of the workout equation allowing the user to concentrate on the muscle groups the exercise is meant to stimulate

Grip Freak, brutally effective forearm “extensor” muscle strengthening exercises.

Face Grip Freak Hanging Wrist Roller with arms extended forward at shoulder height and parallel to the floor (slight elbow bend) (Fig. 1).  Next adjust height of the Grip Freak roller handles vertically to meet height of your hands.  Add 5-10% of your body weight to plate holder or optional Patented Dumbbell Hook at the floor.  Grip rubber rollers handles with palms facing downward and begin exercise movement by gripping the handles against resistance; as it’s being drawn upward by alternating left hand / right hand gripping motions (Fig. 2).  When height reaches roller unit at upward most portion of the movement, reverse the motion, lowering the unit and repeat until set repetitions are achieved. 

     1.    Recommended sets: 1-3
     2.    Recommended repetitions: 1-10 (up and down with resistance is one rep)
                  Note:  Increase resistance of next Grip Freak workout whenever uppermost           repetitions are obtained to ensure progression.
     3.    Recommended between set recovery time: 30-60 seconds
     4.    Recommended workout frequency:  2-3x weekly, with a minimum
            one day recovery (maximum three days) between workout sessions

Bonus Exercise!!

For faster progression and enhanced conditioning, increase resistance by 50-100% and position body and hands as before.  Twist hands simultaneously up and down against resistance (weight should not progressively rise and fall) 15-20x until fatigue terminates the motion.  Repeat 1-3x for best results.

Fig. 1                                                            Fig. 2

              

Grip Freak, brutally effective forearm “flexor” muscle strengthening exercises.

Face Grip Freak Hanging Wrist Roller with elbows at sides and bent 90 degrees with forearms away from body.  Position the Grip Freak roller handles vertically to locate the height approximately 1-3” below hand elevation (Fig 1). Add 5-10% of your body weight to plate holder or optional Patented Dumbbell Hook at the floor.  Grip rubber rollers handles with palms facing upward and begin exercise movement by gripping the handles against resistance; as it’s being drawn upward by alternating left hand / right hand gripping motions (Fig. 2).  When height reaches roller unit at upward most portion of the movement, reverse the motion, lowering the unit and repeat until set repetitions are achieved. 

     1.    Recommended sets: 1-3
     2.    Recommended repetitions: 1-10 (up and down with resistance is one rep)
                  Note:  Increase resistance of next Grip Freak workout whenever uppermost           repetitions are obtained to ensure progression.
     3.    Recommended between set recovery time: 30-60 seconds
     4.    Recommended workout frequency:  2-3x weekly, with a minimum
            one day recovery (maximum three days) between workout sessions

 

Bonus Exercise!!

For faster progression and amplified conditioning, increase resistance by 50-100% and position body and hands as before.  Twist hands simultaneously up and down against resistance (weight should not progressively rise and fall) 15-20x until fatigue terminates the motion. Repeat 1-3x for best results.

Fig. 1                                                             Fig. 2