Zenith 1 Fitness Gripper

Zenith 1 Fitness Gripper

Item Number: 1476
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Unit Price: $39.95

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Detailed Description

Conditioning and strength--endurance.

The bold, new way to train, Zenith is designed for strong and healthy hands in the 21st century. Its super smooth ride makes it hard to put down--you'll love it at first squeeze:

  • warm-ups, cool-downs, prehab, rehab, conditioning and strength
  • silky-smooth handles and a no-bump ride
  • proprietary GR8-R springs, designed for low-gear, moderate-to-high rep training
  • precision manufacturing for superb build quality, and world-class performance, feel, and appearance
  • made in the USA
  • no-surprise geometry on all dimensions

Choosing a Zenith gripper: use Zenith by itself or along with a CoC or IMTUG gripper, depending on your goals:

  • Strength and conditioning : use the same Zenith model you are using for your work sets with a Captains of Crush gripper as a starting point--so if you are doing your work sets with a CoC No. 1, try a Zenith 1, and then go up or down, depending on your preference
  • Fitness : select a Zenith one step down for conditioning and active rest, warm-ups and cool-downs, prehab and rehab work

Made in the USA.

Zenith 1: If you do your work sets with a Captains of Crush No. 1, this is where we recommend you begin with Zenith grippers. It will be easier to close than a CoC No. 1, and that's by design.

Need more help? Watch Meet and choose Zenith grippers here.

No. 1476 (1 lb.) Zenith 1 $39.95

Download Zenith instruction booklet here.

You'll find more information about Zenith grippers here.

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Warm-up to Zenith 1 4/28/2018
Zenith 1 is my 100% goto warm-up tool for any and all forms of hand-strength training.
- William Basden, NC
Where have you been!? 12/17/2012
Just opened my Zenith grippers and started using them. Amazing feel and smoothness; I think my hand is shaped this way and not like the CoC cylinders, though Ive owned them for many good years. Oh, and I dont have to worry about callouses being pulled off by the knurling. Only issues: what is the poundage to close these vs. CoC standards? When will you come out with Zenith 2,3,4 etc.? Count me in!
- Tom Rollins, VA