Get the Strength & Conditioning needed to compete in the Sport of Armwrestling.
The right biomechanical and neuromuscular approach to your training will allow you to target the characteristics needed to improve your athletic performance in any sport. Very few Strength and Conditioning Coaches know how to properly train for the sport of armwrestling and reduce the risk of injury.
As more and more strength athletes begin to compete in the sport of armwrestling there will be the need for higher levels of Strength & Conditioning to prepare the bones, muscle, and connective tissue for a very unfamiliar amount of torque and pressure on the arm. Your basic Biceps workouts are not going to get your arms battle ready for the relentless increase in forces they will experience.
A bulging biceps is not enough reason to put your arm on the table. The sport of armwrestling requires specialized strength in the whole arm and everything that supports that arm in the fight. This of course means strong biceps, but a great deal of power will come from the muscles of the hand and forearm. The best armwrestlers are true technicians and strategists of the sport. These same armwrestlers are also likely to have a vice-like grip to help them control their opponent’s hand and wrist. The armwrestler that has control of the hand most often takes the match.
At Grinder Gym we have the progressive training routines needed to ensure your success in the sport. Our training environment & training programs will give you the tools to develop the strength, speed, and power specific to armwrestling. Of course, we have the free weights, bands, and tables everyone needs, but most importantly we know the angles and movements you need to be training from beginner to advanced.
Get started with an introductory training session.
Armwrestling is a high-impact sport that puts serious torque and pressure on the arm. You must have the strength and technique to succeed. To start off in the sport of armwrestling the most important thing is for you to know the basics of how to pull. The first and most important lesson will be on how to pull safely.
Owner Dave DePew is the director and head instructor of the Armwrestling Training Program. Feel free to contact Dave with questions about evaluation, class times, and pricing options at (619) 840-8175.