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Beginner Hand Gripper

Beginner Hand Gripper

Regular price $13.25 USD
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Grip Gauntlet is here to help you develop your Hand Grip Strength by offering the best hand grip exercise equipment! The Beginner Hand Gripper is a great place to start your grip strength training journey! Consistency and correct forearm exercises will greatly improve your wrist strength and your forearm muscles!


Features and Benefits

- The cheapest hand gripper on The Grip Gauntlet. ONLY 13.25$!

- A great beginner/warm-up hand strengthener that is best fit for beginning athletes

- This piece of hand grip exercise equipment helps beginners build a foundation strength in their flexor muscles

- A varied strength between 55lb - 77lb

- Get your hand gripper in two different colors

- Made out of high-grade aluminum covered with foam handles for better ergonomic design and hold



A hand gripper fit for athletes just starting their hand grip strength development journey. The strength for this hand grip exercise equipment varies from 25kg - 35kg. By looking at the options provided you are able to select the color and the strength. This hand gripper is a good place to start if you want to begin developing your forearm muscles or need a trainer to warm up with. 


This hand gripper is sold as a single piece, if you wish to order more, increase the number in the quantity box above!


The standard shipping costs 7.95$, unless your order is more than 30$! If your entire order is higher than that amount, congratulations! You are eligible for free worldwide shipping!

Due to high order amount, the product may take up to 14-21 business days to arrive, please give it time!

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Why do I need grip strength equipment?

Grip strength is often overlooked, but it's essential for daily tasks and various sports. Our equipment specifically targets and strengthens your forearms, wrists, and hand muscles, ensuring you have a firm grip and reducing the risk of injuries.

I'm a beginner. Is this equipment suitable for me?

Absolutely! Our products cater to all levels, from beginners to professionals. They come with adjustable resistance and guidance to ensure you start at a comfortable level and progress safely.

How quickly will I see results?

With consistent training and following our recommended exercises, many users report noticeable improvements in grip strength and forearm size within a few weeks.

Are these tools durable? I've had other equipment wear out quickly.

Our grip strength tools are made with high-quality materials designed to last. We stand by the durability of our products and offer warranties to ensure you get the best value for your money.

Can I use these tools if I have previous wrist or hand injuries?

We recommend consulting with a medical professional before starting any new exercise regimen. However, many of our products are designed to aid in rehabilitation and can be beneficial when used correctly.

What if the equipment doesn't work for me?

We believe in our products, but understand everyone's needs are different. That's why we offer a hassle-free return policy. If you're not satisfied, simply return the product within 30 days for a full refund.

How often should I train with these tools?

For best results, we recommend using our grip strength tools 3-4 times a week, allowing adequate rest between sessions to prevent overtraining and ensure muscle recovery.

Is grip training safe?

Yes, when done correctly. All our products come with detailed instructions and safety guidelines. As with any exercise, it's essential to start slow and prioritize proper form.

How many hand grips should I do per day?

For beginners, we recommend starting with 2-3 sets of 10-15 repetitions per hand, gradually increasing as your strength improves.

It's essential to listen to your body and avoid overexertion. Remember, consistency and proper form are more important than the number of repetitions. As you progress, you can adjust the number of grips based on your comfort and goals.