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#1 OFFLINE   John McCarter

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Posted 29 July 2013 - 10:44 PM

Really haven't done a whole lot in terms of videos these last few month, just wanted to share a video I made the other night. This was before my actual grip workout began, this is a hard weight to actually hold onto, I managed to use nothing but my grip strength to get the weight up, but once the actual grip work began, after this video, I had to use my super squats hip belt to help get the weight up on this sucker. And just so everybody knows, they're six 45 lb plates each side, the weight of the plates are as follows (four are) 45.6 lbs, (one is) 44 lbs, and (the last one) 46 lbs which comes to a total of 272.4 lbs

 

 



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Posted 30 July 2013 - 02:33 AM

Really haven't done a whole lot in terms of videos these last few month, just wanted to share a video I made the other night. This was before my actual grip workout began, this is a hard weight to actually hold onto, I managed to use nothing but my grip strength to get the weight up, but once the actual grip work began, after this video, I had to use my super squats hip belt to help get the weight up on this sucker. And just so everybody knows, they're six 45 lb plates each side, the weight of the plates are as follows (four are) 45.6 lbs, (one is) 44 lbs, and (the last one) 46 lbs which comes to a total of 272.4 lbs

 

 

I've never used or seen one in person...that looks like some weight and one cool grip machine


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Posted 30 July 2013 - 03:16 AM

 

Really haven't done a whole lot in terms of videos these last few month, just wanted to share a video I made the other night. This was before my actual grip workout began, this is a hard weight to actually hold onto, I managed to use nothing but my grip strength to get the weight up, but once the actual grip work began, after this video, I had to use my super squats hip belt to help get the weight up on this sucker. And just so everybody knows, they're six 45 lb plates each side, the weight of the plates are as follows (four are) 45.6 lbs, (one is) 44 lbs, and (the last one) 46 lbs which comes to a total of 272.4 lbs

 

 

I've never used or seen one in person...that looks like some weight and one cool grip machine

 

 

Thanks man! This is a different type of grip machine altogether to train on.



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Posted 30 July 2013 - 07:04 AM

cool machine :)


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Posted 01 August 2013 - 02:14 PM

Really haven't done a whole lot in terms of videos these last few month, just wanted to share a video I made the other night. This was before my actual grip workout began, this is a hard weight to actually hold onto, I managed to use nothing but my grip strength to get the weight up, but once the actual grip work began, after this video, I had to use my super squats hip belt to help get the weight up on this sucker. And just so everybody knows, they're six 45 lb plates each side, the weight of the plates are as follows (four are) 45.6 lbs, (one is) 44 lbs, and (the last one) 46 lbs which comes to a total of 272.4 lbs

 

 

That a nice looking machine! A good way to develop some crushing strength.



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Posted 01 August 2013 - 02:38 PM

 

Really haven't done a whole lot in terms of videos these last few month, just wanted to share a video I made the other night. This was before my actual grip workout began, this is a hard weight to actually hold onto, I managed to use nothing but my grip strength to get the weight up, but once the actual grip work began, after this video, I had to use my super squats hip belt to help get the weight up on this sucker. And just so everybody knows, they're six 45 lb plates each side, the weight of the plates are as follows (four are) 45.6 lbs, (one is) 44 lbs, and (the last one) 46 lbs which comes to a total of 272.4 lbs

 

 

That a nice looking machine! A good way to develop some crushing strength.

 

 

Yes this machine can build some very powerful crushing strength. But is it a killer since the handles are filed for beyond the range training as well.



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Posted 01 August 2013 - 02:59 PM

 

 

Really haven't done a whole lot in terms of videos these last few month, just wanted to share a video I made the other night. This was before my actual grip workout began, this is a hard weight to actually hold onto, I managed to use nothing but my grip strength to get the weight up, but once the actual grip work began, after this video, I had to use my super squats hip belt to help get the weight up on this sucker. And just so everybody knows, they're six 45 lb plates each side, the weight of the plates are as follows (four are) 45.6 lbs, (one is) 44 lbs, and (the last one) 46 lbs which comes to a total of 272.4 lbs

 

 

That a nice looking machine! A good way to develop some crushing strength.

 

 

Yes this machine can build some very powerful crushing strength. But is it a killer since the handles are filed for beyond the range training as well.

 

One of my goals is to crush a potato! Not by digging my finger in it! I don't use any grip type of device! I do thick grip pull ups and isometric grip squeeze!