That's how I like it too. I want them super rough. I haven't had a chance to see the Cannons yet but I'm sure at some point I'll be grabbing them. Buddy of mine paid 70 euro customs plus shipping plus the product... Which is insane but that's how Greece works with items shipped from the US
It seems like pronation is the one move that constantly has a place offensive,defence you name it
I need to buy some better bands I've got quite a few but seems like it's hard to track progress. I think its Todd hutchings? That said to count steps back (so its stretched farther) for progress.
Pronation and rise are both in my training alot. What do yall think about holds in certain AW specific moves like riser holds etc do you think it replicates a match or is it something to avoid?
Obviously still use sets/reps as well.
Anything that can resist your palm being turned up (pronation) …that’s what I feel most when arm wrestling someone. And keeping your elbow in tight as you can. Once it separates…or as the gap increases you’re compromised. And obviously shoulder and elbow is going to benefit from table time. Bands are the best option if you can’t be a table trainer. IMO
I made it up to roughly 420 bench range in early 2020 including a nice triple at 375. Then got real sick (probably early covid before tests were available), then tore my left bicep tendon off the bone trying to catch our new dog when he got out (half Great Dane, half Greyhound, big and fast). After surgery and recovery period on the arm depression had taken hold so it was about 16 months before I started training again in 2021. I'm 50lbs lighter now than when I was back up over 400lbs and all that time off took its toll. But trying to get back up to a reasonable level for a nearly 50yr old ex-athlete. 375 might be a good start, roughly 320 range right now as of last workout.