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Grip is a limiting factor, which means lifts involving grip can only be done to the point of your max grip strength. For example, your back may be strong, but without a great grip, your deadlift will be limited. Rope climbing is fantastic for building grip strength. First, you have to hold your weight for an extended amount of time. Second, you have to progressively resist gravity with each hand as you climb higher, which forces your grip to work unilaterally and stabilize the body.
As you climb a rope your arms are forced to extend and then pull the weight of the body higher. This creates a different dynamic on your arms you may not achieve as effectively from your regular chin-up and pull-up. Every time you pull yourself up you’re forcing one and both arms to work in unison.
"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!"
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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