Next Level Training

Take your training routine the next level and challenge yourself to become the ultimate specimen.

  • Grip Strength

  • Improved Strength

  • Increased Dexterity

Grip Strength

Grip strength is a vital component of hand strength and is a measure of how well your fingers, hand, and forearm can hold onto and manipulate objects. This ability is essential for everyday tasks such as carrying groceries, opening jars, and holding onto a handrail while climbing stairs. It is also critical for sports that involve gripping, like tennis, golf, rock climbing, and weightlifting.

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Arm Strength

Grasping and climbing a rope engages different muscles than grasping a horizontal bar, heavily engaging the forearms, hands, and thumbs. The texture of the rope also adds to the difficulty. In contrast, grasping a horizontal bar distributes the weight evenly across the hand and makes it easier to maintain a secure grip. When grasping a rope, the athlete relies solely on direct squeezing and friction to counter gravity, making it a more challenging exercise that emphasizes grip strength, endurance, and coordination. Overall, rope grips are a valuable addition to any fitness routine.

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  • "Monkee Grip strengthens my upper back musculature and lats. Now i have ability to climb a rope fast and well has a correlation with upper body power. Thank you very much for this product"


  • "Rope climbing is different than most exercises: there’s a clear cut finish line, and that of course is the top of the rope. Every time I make it to the top of a rope with my own strength, I build confidence in myself"


  • "As an ice climber, I am always looking for gear that will make my climbs easier and safer. When I was given the opportunity to test out a set of Monkee Grips rope grips, I was intrigued. I have to say that after using them, I am thoroughly impressed!"


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Monkee Fist

The Monkee Fist is a training tool that can convert any horizontal bar hold into a pinch grip by recruiting thumb muscles that are not normally used when holding onto a horizontal bar. It is critical to train these muscles in order to improve hand and grip strength, prevent injuries, and improve overall physical performance, particularly for people who use their hands frequently, in order to maintain dexterity and avoid overuse injuries. Gripping, thumb opposition, and pinch grip exercises, for example, can be incorporated to improve grip strength, hand dexterity, and overall physical performance.

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Liquid Chalk

Liquid hand chalk is an alternative to traditional powder chalk that keeps athletes' hands dry for longer periods of time and is far less dusty. This formula rubs on clear and dries quickly to a white finish, providing professional competition grade chalk without the mess.

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