|normal grip strength for men||1.97||0.5||8030||79|
|normal grip strength pounds men||0.67||0.7||6553||56|
|normal adult grip strength||1.52||0.8||5899||94|
|normal hand grip strength male||1.05||0.3||9678||31|
|what is normal grip strength in pounds||1.07||0.3||6890||44|
|average grip strength pounds||0.73||0.3||4030||71|
|normal adult male grip strength||1.14||0.2||1442||19|
|grip strength normal range||1.31||0.1||7369||55|
|normal male grip strength||0.32||0.2||9387||100|
|normal grip strength for males||1.64||1||1587||28|
|norms for adult grip strength||0.77||0.2||5056||53|
|normal grip strength values||1.3||0.6||216||90|
The following are age-specific average grip strengths of a man in pounds: Ages 20-24: Right 100.4-141.6; Left 82.7-126.3 Ages 25-29: Right 97.8-143.8; Left 94.3-126.7What is the average strength of a grip?
Grip strength is typically measured in pounds, kilograms, or Newtons by squeezing a type of muscle strength testing equipment, known as a dynamometer, about three times in each hand. The average healthy grip strength for men is a squeeze of about 72.6 pounds while women typically measure around 44 pounds.