If you read the first part of this article, you would have realized that the world of short steel bending is far bigger than you may have realized. Just like smoking crack, it’s incredibly addictive (without the possibility of tooth decay, delirium, or sudden death).
What kind of man bends steel as part of his strength training though? A man who wants to try something new, have a gorilla-like grip and train better than he’s ever trained before, to start.
If you look around your local training haunt, you’ll most likely find a bunch of juiced-up gym rats looking to get their pump on by trying all sorts of forearm workouts to improve their grip strength. They’ve probably heard about the benefits of improving their grip (on this blog or elsewhere) and they think they’ve nailed it. The reality though, is that whatever they are doing in the gym is probably wrong.
This is where short steel bending comes in.
Turning Back the Clock
In the last blog, we spoke about the power of grip strength and backed up our comments with factual evidence from research studies. If you missed it, you can read it here . Something else to add is that our grip strength is directly linked to how well we are aging. “That’s absolute rubbish,” you may say. Hold on there, big guy – we can explain why.
A grip strength study published by the Journal of Cachexia Sarcopenia and Muscle on over 1,200 men and women showed that people with the handgrip strength of Jared Leto in Dallas Buyers Club had signs of accelerated aging of their DNA. Whoa, that got your attention didn’t it?
What they found was that the genes of those with low grip strength appeared to be aging faster than those with bear-like grip strength. To back this up, another study in 2022 by Prospective Urban Rural Epidemiology (PURE) showed that low grip strength is directly associated with an increased risk of all-cause and cardiovascular mortality. An associate professor of physical medicine and rehabilitation at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, the gent who led up the study, is quoted as saying, ‘“Grip strength is often called a biomarker of aging.”
The good news is people with great grip age slower. I bet that got you off the couch!
The Power of Short Steel Bending on Your Grip Strength
When it comes to improving your grip, short steel bending is where the magic happens. It’s not just about looking cool or flexing for the mirror; it’s about rewiring your strength, defying aging, and making a bold statement in the gym. It’s the antidote to mundane workouts and a passport to a new realm of power.
To Bend Steel, or Not to Bend Steel, That Is the Question
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