Here, Adam Glass demonstrates the Dennis Rogers wrist curl.
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Many new Gripsters assume that banging out a bunch of reps on a light gripper will help them close that big target gripper. I've found this not to be so in my case.
Read about it here in the first episode of the Grip Chronicles.
Digg it here.
What do you think? Did high reps on a lighter gripper get you to your goal gripper? Post your comments here at Napalm's Corner.
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Posted by Jedd Johnson, CSCS at 7:21 PM
This is Tex Henderson, who trains with the Sorinex crew, perform a 50+ feet double Inch replica farmers walk. This is a TREMENDOUS feat of hand strength. Tex Henderson has been featured here before and it is plain to see his abilities.
Tex is a Strongman competitor, but we are hoping he decides to devote some time to Grip, as he is a front runner already, even without much specific training.
Posted by Jedd Johnson, CSCS at 7:15 PM
Captains of Crush (COC) #3.5 Close
Patrick Gansel - 6th to do so with Mash Monster set; 2nd to do so with IronMind Credit Card Set
Matti Heiskanen - 7th to do so with Mash Monster set; 1st to do so with with each hand
Inch Dumbbell & Blob
Steven M. Noles
Scott Harris, Jr.
Double 45-lb Hub Lift
6 Tens Pinch
5 Tens Pinch
COC #3 Closed with Each Hand
52.5 Pound Hex (Half 105)
Bob Sundin (odin) ... Slope: 5 3/4...Hand Size: 7 5/8"
Two 50-lb Blobs Deadlifted At The Same Time
Bob Sundin (odin)
Posted by Jedd Johnson, CSCS at 9:33 PM
Dave Depew has forged a very impressive on-line network. It comes as no surprise that the same spirit he devotes to his marketing dedication also spills over into his inspirational personal training, as evidenced by many of his trainees.
Have a look here and add a post of your own to Dave's credit.
Check out the Dave Depew Network.
Posted by Jedd Johnson, CSCS at 6:57 PM