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Keep it Tight
Hang on, I’ll tell you.
Strength and form before speed and endurance.
Keep obstructions out of the way.
With a little bit of care, we can make the barbells last many years.
Does one position offer more efficient recovery over another?
In any lift, there is going to be a weak point, and often, that weak point is the grip. If you can’t hold onto the bar, no amount of leg strength, hip drive, or speed of turnover is going to overcome that.
Keeping your spine neutral is vitally important to avoid injury and for you to maximize the power you are able to put into your lifts.
In this article, we’ll explore the most common types of hand grips, detailing their correct positioning and illustrating their proper implementation.