how to train grip strength?
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Grip training can help brain exercise and heart exercise at the same time, and it has obvious benefits to many organs of the body.
Hand grip strength may be associated with cardiac function and structure:
Better hand grip strength may be associated with cardiac functions and structures that help reduce the risk of cardiovascular incidents, according to a study published March 14, 2018 in the open-access journal PLOS ONE by Sebastian Beyer and Steffen Petersen from the Queen Mary University of London, UK, and colleagues.
One simple move could lower your blood pressure by 10% without medication:
For many years, doctors have known that increasing your hand grip strength often works just as well as meds. That’s where grip exercises come in.
In fact, in the early 1970s, two New York doctors published breakthrough papers that looked at the effects of intense, whole-body isometric exercise on blood pressure. Isometric exercise, which requires you to put a muscle in tension and hold it without moving, initially raised blood pressure when performed for brief periods. But when the exercise was continued over time, blood pressure actually began to fall and remain lower.
In 1992, Ronald Wiley, a pulmonologist at Miami University in Ohio, then devised a study that used only isometric handgrip exercise instead of the whole body. He had young men train with 30% of their maximum grip strength for two minutes, alternating hands after a brief rest.
The results were pretty dramatic: after eight weeks of the isometric exercises three times a week, the eight subjects had reductions of 12.5 in their systolic blood pressure (the top number given in your blood pressure) and 14.9 in their diastolic blood pressure.