The portability and versatility that the Rogers Athletic Grip Cart provides for hand and grip strength tools is beneficial to the flow of any weight room. The Grip Cart has adequate storage compartments, hooks, weight horns, and additional shelving for wrist rollers, grippers, sandbags, and other heavy objects to train your grip. The full-size castors make it easy to move the Grip Cart around your entire facility. Beyond its ability to give every trainee the opportunity to strengthen the musculature of the fingers, hands, and forearms, the Grip Cart will give a team an opportunity to build upon their relationships and enhance team chemistry. Each Rogers Athletic Grip Cart can be customized to accommodate a wide variety of implements from ropes and buckets to sledgehammers and strong man stones.

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Rob

Coach Taylor’s go to exercise…

“There is no question to me that stronger hands help with strength gains and maybe even overall health. To set the tone of a team training session, I like to add a grip competition circuit. A tough challenge can include finger walks with a small sledge hammer from the Rogers Athletic Grip Cart, the Rogers Athletic Full Rack Rope Pull, and one rep 100 lb squeeze and hold for time on the Rogers Athletic Power Grip Pro. There are never ‘losers’ in our program, so winners begin their lifts and the ‘learners’ have wrist rollers of their choice out of the top of the Grip Cart.” – Rob Taylor, Jr., Founder and Owner of SMARTER Team Training

Mike

Mike changes his training up with…

“The Rogers Athletic Grip Cart allows unbelievable versatility for any tools you may have. Personally I like to address rotational wrist strength, then grip strength with the cart. I do this progression by having an athlete grab either our Thor hammers, or a sledge hammer and perform 8 slow rotations on each wrist. After that they will grab a pair of grippers and see how long they can hold the gripper closed. If an athlete can keep both grippers shut tight for more than 30 seconds we will either increase the weight of the hammer, and the gripper. This combination addresses total wrist and grip strength.” – Mike Whitman, Director of Training

Alex keeps it creative with…

“Strong hands make strong people. Almost every single piece of equipment in our facility has the capability to upgrade the hand attachments to a larger diameter, thus requiring the user to squeeze his or hand harder, leading to an increase in grip strength. At the end of a session, grabbing 10 lb. or 15 lb. sand bag from the Rogers Athletic Grip Cart is a great option to increase grip strength even further. Stand with feet slightly wider than shoulder width and flip the bag from one hand to the other, catching in an overhand grip position, forcing the hand to squeeze and fight against gravity. After 3 drops, next athlete up.” – Alex Walsh, Performance Coach

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