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  2. Baron Greenback

    JD GRIP adjustable grippers

    Thank you, nice advice. When you warm up with this gripper, how many reps of each level do you perform before going heavier please?
  3. Today
  4. John Knowlton

    Bending+Training Log

    Great bending
  5. John Knowlton

    Pancho's Best lifts

    Nice one
  6. John Knowlton

    Gripper training questions

    Nice one. Chest back and arms,
  7. Todays training bench press 4 set 6 reps 225lbs DB row 4 sets 15 reps 110lbs lat pull down 3 sets 15 reps 130lbs Swiss bar OHP 3 sets 12 reps 100lbs tricep pushdowns 3 sets 15 reps 140lbs EZbar curls 3 sets 10 reps 100lbs
  8. pancho_grip_lift

    Pancho's Best lifts

    Today's session: AM: Hack squat +40kg 12*4 Grippers 152*16 right 139*16 left Ghp6*28 left #2,5*38 left #2,5 parallel amrap*11 right #2 GHP blockset *7 right. #2 GHP blockset *3 left PM: Lunges +10kg dumbells 4*20 Rolling handle +65kg 5*3 Jug Replica +70kg 5*3
  9. mikhael

    mikhael training log

    2/6/23- Update # Session 3 # Session Time: 1710 LT # Session Duration: - - - minutes CALISTHENICS • Pull-up Ladder, 5x (1,2,3,4,5) AFTER ACTION REPORT Total Pull-ups in session: 105 Performance: one ladder, then Rest 10 minutes before next one. Did Bar Pull-up sets, 40mm, and 50mm Rope Pull-up, Chin-up. -------------------------------------------------- # Session 4 # Session Time: 1930 LT # Session Duration: 15minutes CALISTHENICS • Pull-up Straight Set, 5/5 AFTER ACTION REPORT Total Pull-ups in session: 25 ____________________________________ EODREP Today's Pull-up Reps: 100 Total Pull-ups since 1/23/23: 1665
  10. dubyagrip

    CONTEST! 137 IronMind #3

    70mm I'll do a vid when I'm not feeling like my forearms have been skewered with filet knives.
  11. Summer here is pure hell because of the humidity; you don't want that believe me. If you decide to visit one day, come in autumn, the best season here. Spring is also nice (but can be too many tourists).
  12. matek

    JD GRIP adjustable grippers

    Definitely the GD90 for you! Yes, take it easy. That's a good start. Btw it's the perfect warmup gripper. Before touching my heavier torsion spring grippers, I always go from Level 1 to Level 5. And if you decide on filing the stoppers (which makes it harder, but feels much better), it's a straightforward and fast process with a good file.
  13. John Knowlton

    matek's training log

    Yes somewhere warm is nice
  14. Blacksmith513

    matek's training log

    Some day I want to visit Japan. It looks like a fun place. Lately i've been thinking about ending up somewhere warm... Overall we've had a mild winter in Boston, but when I talk to my cousin in San Diego on Xmas day and hes floating in his pool I do get jealous.
  15. Yep life is strange, you never know where you'll end up I guess
  16. John Knowlton

    matek's training log

    That’s cool
  17. Thanks John. I live in Japan, in the Kansai area. Not far from Kyoto.
  18. Blacksmith513

    Squats and Grip

    This is something i've asked around lately. I've heard from some very strong grippers that they prefer to lift with bent arm as they can pull more weight. Adam T Glass recently told me, its fine as long as you know what your doing. If you don't train that last bit of ROM, someday when the weights get real heavy you have a better chance of tearing something. So you gotta remember to work that last ROM, which you do with the hangboard. So now I do warm up sets with a straight arm and as I get to a heavier weight I bend my arm slightly.
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  20. Baron Greenback

    JD GRIP adjustable grippers

    The first 2 settings was relatively ok with a few reps. The 3rd tested me a little, not closed. Haven't gone "all out" with a 100%, I think I need a few weeks practice getting used to it and developing warm up techniques, would hate to injure myself so early on.
  21. martincerven

    JD GRIP adjustable grippers

    Hah What setting can you close without extensions?
  22. Been asked by a few people on my channel to make a short video on grip training. Kinda basic. But let me know what ya think guys.
  23. usuallyunusual

    Squats and Grip

    Thank you for the advice. I hope to get decent results from this... But it does seem like a lot of volume. I actually have no clue the 'best' way to train, so doing this seems like fun. I'll keep up with your log and good luck with your training!
  24. Nuttgens

    Squats and Grip

    Awesome I am two weeks into the clay edgin rolling thunder program hoping for some good results. I think it’s whatever feels best or how you can lift more you don’t have to bend your elbow if you don’t like it.
  25. Blacksmith513

    Bending+Training Log

    Very strong
  26. usuallyunusual

    Squats and Grip

    2-6-23 Started the 'Clay Edgin' rolling thunder plan today Arm Assassin rolling handle (2") 100*8 (RH Only) Drop sets 90x8, 8,8 then 80x8,8,8 Finger curls @ 105x 8, 8, 8 Wrist curls @ 25x 10, 10, 10 Hangboard 30mmx 10 secs for 2 sets 25mmx 10 secs for 2 sets 20mmx 10 secs for 2 sets The program seems like a ton of volume vs what I am use to. But I am going to stuck with it. I ordered a new handle today @ 2 3/8" so I may revamp and start the program over to the new handle. Does anyone have any experience with the arm assassin vs the RT? Also, I noticed a lot of people have a bent arm while lifting. Is that what you are suppose to do? I tried the bent arm vs completely straight arm and it just feels like it is working your forearm more... Which is great in the end. I just don't know what is right or wrong. Thank you for reading my log!
  27. Baron Greenback

    JD GRIP adjustable grippers

    I chose the 90 on the off chance i max out the 80. The 90 suggests an extra 10kg.
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