Stronger Handshake – A surefire way to make a great first impression is with a solid handshake. There’s nothing that exudes confidence and dependability more than looking someone in the eye and delivering a firm handshake.
If you can’t grip it, you can’t lift it - Building a strong grip will assist you in building more muscle all over.A strong grip helps you lift heavier weights, especially in lifts and exercises such as dead lifts, rows, pull-ups, and chin-ups.
Better performance in sports – Hand grip is an important component in many sports including climbing, gymnastics, baseball, tennis, football, martial arts, and wrestling.
Reduces pain – Tendinitis and other inflammations. can arise due to improper training of forearm muscles and neglect of certain movement patterns.
Stamina - Weak hands can slow your workout down. Stronger hands means you can lift longer and heavier.
Improve martial arts/wrestling/fighting ability - Anybody will tell you to never start a fight with someone that has massive forearms. It's hard to get away once you are in their grasp. Grip strength improves grappling and adds snap to your punches.
Everyday activities - A strong grip also helps you with everyday activities such as carrying groceries, working with tools and picking up children.
A strong grip is essential to progress your training. So many movements rely on proper gripping. Also, with grip training, you will never be embarrassed when someone asks you to open a jar of pickles!