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    It's time to attempt the 3 cert again, I have closed it under cert conditions sick,tired,sore every time of the day. I got five good solid closes yesterday. So here we go everyone! Time to get that cert once and for all!
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    My Crush is feeling stronger than ever. Today I set a brand new 20mm Block Set PR by getting my 194.45 lb RGC Super Elite Closed.......and I did it 3 straight times in today's training. Previous 20mm Block set PR was 192 lbs and that was several years ago and for only one single. My training plan is working perfectly. I promised to come back stronger and I meant it. Here is the second close from today's training (this vid came out the best):
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    On a whim, I decided to try the hand-to-hand toss with the Sorinex Inch Dumbbell, and got it on my second attempt. I was able to get it multiple times right to left, but my right hand just would not catch it. I'm hoping the double transfer will take place soon, once my right hand catches up.
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    From Richard Sorin: Total world class old York deep dish carry pairs of 45.random plates from collection carried a measured 9' . Two witnesses. One an ex NFL player and myself. He also carried a single pair 20' measured. Preceded by a full double pair deadlift. 3 amazing grip feats! One of the titans of grip strength CHAD WOODALL has a hard work ethic and enormous power. I have seen him at several grip events and always goes after it . A real gentleman. Grip as good as I have seen in person. He has I think competed in at least two Mighty Mitts contests at the Arnold's festival. 6'4+ and about 290. Clean living and hard as a rock solid. He absolutely manhandled the plates. Best pinch feat I have ever seen.
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    Again - first place on world championship of armlifting in Russia! 103 kg on Rolling Thunder in category 90 kg open men's. https://vk.com/doc334261_445594066?hash=2e8ae5105b0d65aa7b&dl=1f543503c0bc72f4e2 This result - overall 2-nd in this contest, also Kulyasov Sergey lift -103 kg (110 kg category). and best result - Odd Haugen (125+ kg) - 105 kg on RT! Odd also win on saxon bar - 110 kg. Congrats Eric! SCORELIST.xlsx
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    2017 World Armlifting Championships St. Petersburg Russia Wow! What a trip! As I reflect on this journey while I wait for my first airplane back to Los Angeles, I figured that I would type up some thoughts about this contest. This is going to be very long, but here we go! First of all, I need to thank Roman Penkovskiy and Dmitriy Suhovarov for inviting me to Russia after I qualified at the LA FIT EXPO in January. I also want to thank Eric Roussin for his help as an intermediary in getting the logistics set with Dmitriy. I also need to thank my grip mentor Odd Haugen for his advice prior to the contest on training and travel. He is an amazing teammate as was the big guy, Clay Edgin. He has been doing grip stuff for a very long time and is world class at many events. The road to Russia was a long one. I began training in earnest the day after the LA FIT EXPO. I only took 4 days of rest from Jan 10-May 10. Then I rested from May 10-12. I timed my peak well. I also need for thank Bryan Hunsaker. He told me about the grip community on Instagram and I got the bright idea to post one video per day from my training. That challenge spurred me on to greater training than ever before. I also need to thank Jon Andersen for inspiring me to lose a bunch of fat. His simple advice on diet coupled with my work ethic and discipline made for me losing 16# of fat and being stronger than I was in LA just 4 months before. In total, since Christmas of 2015, I have lost 43# and I am stronger. Unfortunately, on March 11, I partially tore the A2 pulley tendon in my right ring finger. This was quite unfortunate but it was very avoidable. Lesson learned: FOCUS ON YOUR OWN PR’S, NOT OTHER PEOPLE. Of course, I had to change my training. I was still going to go to the contest; I just had to figure out how to get ready without being at full strength. I only told a few people about the injury because I didn’t want to draw attention to it. On to the contest! I weighed in at 235# on Friday (106.6kg). The travel to Russia was not too bad. You just have to learn how to relax in a tiny seat for 12 hours. Of course, I was in the middle seat on the long flight. J The schedule was released about a week before the contest. It was clear that the days were going to be quite long. When you read that I didn’t match all of my training weights, you need to realize this: there is a 10 hour time difference between California and St. Petersburg. I had to lift in the biggest contest of my life when I would normally be asleep. When you see me set PR’S on Instagram, I am in control of everything: when I train, how I train, etc. At a contest like this, that’s NOT how it is. It’s not easy… One thing that I learned is that most of the Russians and Ukrainians do not speak English. Some of my communication with them was with chalk on the floor drawing numbers to find out how they train. Team USA (Led by Odd Haugen, Clay Edgin or Edgin Clay as he is known in Russia and me) sat with Mr. Maple Leaf, Eric Roussin; he is so strong that he doesn’t need teammates! We were joined by Team Finland: Arto Joronen and Juha Lehtimaki. They are great guys and also very strong! That was most of the English speakers in attendance. First event: Silver Bullet I had to use my left hand because of the injury. I had been preparing for the #4 prior to the injury but that was not going to happen this time...10.97 seconds with the #3. I was happy with that. In fact, immediately after the event, Clay Edgin told me to try the #3 in the warmup room. I closed it strongly. That was a first with the left hand and was my first clue I had peaked correctly for the contest. Rolling Thunder After about a 4 hour wait, I got to do Rolling Thunder. The handle is new. It has been redesigned with end caps. It was quite spinny. My highest in training for this contest was a PR of 80kg x 3. My contest best is 93kg. The rule in this meet is that for the one-handed lifts, you get one minute to complete your lift. Either hand, as many chances as you want. If you don’t make it, you are done. No second or third attempt. I like this rule because it adds strategy to the contest. I opened with 83 kg. Easy. I then dropped 88kg on my second. I kept trying, but the top end wasn’t there. This is where the injury reared its head... Then I had to wait about 7 hours to do my favorite event, the Hub. It started after 8pm. I had some very good training here prior to the contest, even with the damaged finger. Warmups went well, but there wasn’t a Ironmind Hub to warmup on. There was a Russian Brand called Bear Grip. It had an interesting paint on it. It was quite grippy. The warmup room got pretty quiet when I did 60# in each hand without chalk while talking to Clay. I opened with 30kg (66#) and crushed it. Then all hell broke loose. Another competitor filed a video protest about my finger position on the lift. I have to thank Roman Penkovskiy and Randy Strossen for defending me. After that, there were some judging irregularities. Watch the video when I post it. Unfortunately, it caused me to lose focus and I missed what should have been a PR with 32.5kg. I honestly felt 35kg should have been easy but not this time...it was hard to determine placing in most of the events because of the huge number of people competing. The Hub was an open class called Man Hub. I got 4th. After a 13 hour day in a boiling hot and dry room, I went to eat and sleep. Day 2 Axle My training indicated that I had a chance to beat my 170kg from January, but that didn’t happen. There was only one axle at the contest. My warmup consisted of one pull with 130kg and then waiting for an hour to lift. I wasn’t prepared for this. I opened with 150 as a result. 160 was also very easy on a second attempt. I went for a PR of 172.5kg (380#) on my third to move into 4th place but again, the top end wasn’t there...I got 5th in this event. Saxon Bar Now I had to wait 8 hours for the Saxon Bar event. This had gone really well in training. Unfortunately, by the time the event came around, all I wanted to do was go to sleep. I could barely do 140# in warmups. In contrast, I did 176# x 5 in my garage and also did a combo of bar and chain totaling 229#. I have to thank Clay Edgin and my new friend Arto Joronen for getting me fired up. I did 70kg, 82.5kg, and tried a PR of 92.5kg and missed. In hindsight, 87.5kg would have been a better choice. I was trying to move up in place. I got 10th in this one. Excalibur I think that we started Excalibur at 8:30pm. Again, all I wanted to do was sleep. Arto to the rescue! I did 80kg, 90kg, and 95kg. In warmups, I could not do 185# (84kg). I was very happy with how I competed. I was able to battle back. I ended up 15th. I could have done 105kg but I didn’t have the exact implement and that did make a difference. My imitation was OK, but it is not the same. I actually beat Odd in this event. That was a first, and who knows, it may not happen again!! There was a surprise for me at the end. I didn’t realize that there was a team contest as well. Even there were only 3 of us, Team USA got third. Russia was first and Ukraine second. It was great to be a part of this contest. My team was fantastic. The atmosphere was great for lifting, especially if you like the Band Disturbed. I made several new friends. Maybe a future journey will take me to Canada or Finland...we'll have to see. The level of competition was ridiculous. There were 18 year olds and 50 years old pulling 400#+ on the axle (not counting Odd). That’s just the beginning. I can’t really express how strong these guys are. Look at the results once they are posted. CRAZY!! In my opinion, the most impressive lifters were Eric Roussin, Odd Haugen, and Sergey (I don’t know his last name but everybody will soon). Eric’s thick bar strength is beyond world class. He is also a fantastic guy. Odd set a WR on the Saxon Bar (110kg) at age 67. Are you kidding me? Sergey pulled 213kg on the axle weighing 103kg. Insane. I had so many people help me prior to this contest that it would take another page to list all of them. I would like to thank Gil Goodman from Barrel Strength Systems for his support for this contest. It was a pleasure to represent his company in Russia. Nick from Amino Army provided support as well. If you made it this far, thanks for reading! Follow me on Instagram @riccardomagni1 Next contest is on July 9 at the Training Hall in Newbury Park, CA.
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    Friday's SJ4 Update...10 weeks to go. 50 contestants! With 2 more commitments…SJ4 numbers just hit 50. Chris "Wonder" Schoeck (74kg) will be attending…and competing this year. He's wiry and brutally strong for his size. After SJ3, Chris has been training a little (along with his bending) with Anton, jose, anthony, michael. Besides bending…he's a card tearing machine. I'm down to my last 10 packs of Bikes…but will restock for the Comp. J My fine feathered friend…Matthew Hunt (105kg) finally manned up and committed to going. (he's 20 minutes away from me for cripes sake!) It exciting to hear people talking about making reservations and carpool plans. I'm knocking off things on my to-do list as fast as possible. Other possible attendees news… 1. Adam Junker (and possibly wife) are now official "strong maybes". They would be the very first competitors from Illinois which is a crazy 14 hour drive. I don't think anyone is actually driving further. That would make the 15th state represented (and counting). They are working on combining the comp with a personal vacation. My fingers are crossed. 2. James Fuller's shoulder is jacked at the moment…but if it heals up by then…he's gonna try and make it. For those who don't know, he's the guy in Maine that trains outside in the snow. Wowza. 3. Bryan Hunsaker is still currently a "strong maybe." 4. Speaking of huge guys…David Labbe won't know until he gets his work schedule this June. There is about 18 (that I know of) gripsters currently considering coming (some strongly…some not so much). Mr. Richard Cottrell dropped by the Brous House Gym for a grip-together and donated a 17lb blob to fill a lower end gap for the Medley. The medley WILL be more JR and Woman friendly this year. Rich also introduced me to the Gold Bar and an awesome challenge item. They will also be in the medley. This year, I'm going to do my best to include most of Horne's Griptopz and extra random implements along with the 4 million block weights. The gym is getting close to finished. With all the steel sorted and labeled…the bending area is pretty wrapped up. (haha) With like 14 or so Red Nail Roster guys attending, anyone needing help with form, or an introduction to bending...will have no problem finding someone. Here's a few bending/tearing area pics…and one of Rich doing his best "Popeye" look.
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    Something I value is my old results – in comps as well as where I stood at various times on the Top 50 lists - the feats I have managed etc. One thing about the old paper magazines and /or books is that nothing disappeared into the ether so to speak of the internet. It is my fear that results and records might be forgotten over time under our current systems. Pictures come and go – videos the same. Competition results get buried in the clutter that is the online experience. So a suggestion for all of you (that I wish I had done) is to print hard copies of all your feats of strength – contest results – training lifts etc as well as backups of your photos and videos. 20 – 30 – 40 years from now you be glad you did.
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    https://youtu.be/SMeCYqkFQcU Haven't been training grip, other than starting to deadlift again, but I tried these last week and found that hitting them right after squats seems to bump my numbers without really training them. Tried them today after squats and deads... PR.
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    Gripmas 2017 will be held December the 9th. No clue on events yet. Just wanted people to know is all. Next year will be the last one I think and will feature some of the stranger event I came up with over the years - a sort of blast from the past. This year will be more conventional events I think. Details will be announced after I figure them out :).
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    Video about Iron Grip team - Russia.
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    2 whites, 1 red..CONGRATS to Josh!
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    FINALLY got the wife to try bending. She destroyed a twisted 60D. Going to get her working towards the blue nail.
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    Hey all! Here is my latest bend, feels strong couple days ago. This one is class 10.9 black bolt that Hannes gave me.
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    List of steel I'm bringing for people to bend in front of the group at SJ4. Steel is free if you bend it in front of the group. Message me here to add you to the list if I missed you or want to get on it. Kevin Collen: 5/16" Hex Brass 7" Long. Hexabastard Christopher Andrade: 5/16" Round SS 7" Long. Shiny Bastard Acromegaman: 25/34" Round CRS 7" Long. Tsar of the Bastards
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    Flask arrive to Sumy, Ukraine. As said Ivan - "amazing hand made". Thanks to Gil and Eric!
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    Friday's SJ4 Update...9 weeks to go. We lost two peeps from the west coast this week...momentarily bringing us back down to a paltry 48. I can assure you this number will end up significantly higher. I decided to do this week's update in pictures...:) For my own amusement...I spent a good 20 minutes making a drawing illustrating my thoughts on losing people from the comp. Something new for my gym...shamelessly stolen from Paul Knights Garage...an ode to AC/DC. 30mm x 20mm setting blocks. Hmmm...not nearly enough yet. A small 2' x 3' poster to hang in the hotel event room. Finally...a Medley prize for the Big Dogs to fight for. Donated by Mike Krahling. 16lbs empty...comes with enough min weight to take it over 30lbs.
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    Congrats! Two whites and one red so it's good.
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    Full video find on page Odd Haugen in Facebook.
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    Video about strong Russian bender Alexander "Big Alex" Kirillov, who motivated many people to bending steel.
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    It's getting tougher to find the time to put all the pics and vids. This week there was a power outage that took place after I started, so I just copied and pasted a few times. I hope you still like it.
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    Cleaning garage gym. Turns out I accumulated more steel over the years than I knew. This is going to take forever to identify and file.
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    As far as the HRS is concerned...the IM Green and White are practically coathangers...yet still elicit excitement and stepping stones for new benders. I agree that exposure for bending and grip is a good thing. I don't find the inception of the leaderboards surprising at all. I'd like to point out that it's also a very natural progression for a company (like BSS or MGT) to create leaderboards that help promote competition and sales. TIME itself, will prove whether the product itself is helpful. Despite the transparent selling techniques...he is reaching out and tapping a market that our own little corner of the Galaxy has yet ignored. This is going to be helpful to everyone down the road. I only hope that those who participate... research and reach out to find the least injurious techniques to attempt these certifications, because steel bending is not without mishaps. As far as the boards themselves are concerned, he's used terms different than FBBC to label his bends (well...big is not copyrighted...and does not equate a 6.5" bend anyway). They are also simplified to single inch increments...which follows the KISS principle and is hard to argue with. Despite Cedric's inauspicious start here on the GripBoard, I do not begrudge him success with his company. I have great respect for our veterans and wish him the best.
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    Friday's SJ4 Update...7 weeks to go! Time is flying by. We have 2 new signups this week. Both are first time gripsters…but with brutal grips. SJ4 welcomes, Matt Kraenbring (120kg)who has simply worked out for years and… Clint Moneymaker (120+kg)…a big guy, with a beard life, who lifts weights…and forks. This brings SJ4 attendance to 55. With people on the fence…and new gripsters, I have no doubt we will eclipse 60. Where we will end up…who knows. Thought I'd share my wife's first SJ4 shopping trip. If you didn't know what 63lbs of Ribs look like…now you do. Additionally…@Josh Henze told me there was insufficient excitement for SJ4. Since the gauntlet has been thrown…I have decided to share this… (Nuff said.)
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    Alright. So I had another grip-together last night. Ostensibly...it was to introduce two SJ4 contestants to "GripSport." While @Matthew Hunt and I did just that...it was more like "Showtime...at the Brous House Gym." (check this out @Jedd Johnson) Steve Nichols (AW friend of @Lucasraymond) unbelievably lives about 25 minutes south of me. He has 8 7/8" hands and his forearms look like Popeye's. I think @Eric Roussin may have actually competed against him in some sledgehammer straight out hold thing at a contest. With Lucas...he had picked up the INCH on the first try. Mine is still on loan so he couldn't do that last night...so he kept busy with other feats. Anyway...while I literally lost track of how many feats this guy did, here are a few highlights I remember. Pinched...Blob50, Henze 51.1 scale weight (from sharp side), a pair of 35's (easily), 35 on the stub lift and the Iron Grip Monster. He also made a 210 Rolling thunder lift look boring. To round out the CTD, we made him pull 55 on the IM hub and do a CCS on the #2. After he no set closed it...I put away the credit card swipe. Here's a pic for those people in SJ4's 105kg division. Look out! Next up was Matt Kraenbring. (His bud, Matt Hunt finally talked him into checking out grip.) He also lives 25 min away in the other direction. How freakin cool is that? HIs hands are basically the same as mine (8 3/8-1/2)...just much stronger. He literally pulled the IGM his first try...so easily he dropped it like a hot potato out of surprise. Subsequent lifts had holds. He managed this with both hands. SJ4 peeps...he's gonna be competing at 120kgs. Nearly tit for tat, he matched Steve's lifts...and he has no Grip or AW experience. Looks like we have another strong serviceman (Army) in the Grip House. @shakenbake, @Sapper88. Matt Hunt managed to PR on my loadable INCH (formally the 53kg circus bell) with 147.1. Not quite a full lift...but the dude was pretty shot by this point. I have a feeling he's going to beat met to the INCH...which btw may be enough to get me to start training it. Watch out Matt. Myself...I was only hopping a blob50 and doing little lifts. Pretty much weak as a kitten, I still had a killer time. I LOVE my new 365day gym. Time to start using it. The guys are talking about coming by once a week...and also introducing more peeps to Grip. Way cool. If you are ever in South Jersey...gotta hit me up. Thanks for reading. Here's Matt's best lift he got on vid.
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    I wish I was still bending because this is awesome! I can't wait to cheer everyone on and by cheer I mean go berserk.
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    Had an awesome time with awesome dudes! @anwnate @Anthony C. @Anton.Torrella @Jose Cabrera Key takeaways from last night: 1- Whiskey leads to PRs.. every time 2- Chinese food is delicious 3- Whiskey
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    Little grip-together last night...breaking in the almost finished basement gym. @Anthony C., @Anton.Torrella, @Jose Cabrera, @Matthew Hunt
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    Cannon PowerWorks (and the Cannon family) is in the process of moving. It's actually a really nearby move (about 5 miles), but the closing dates don't align and we had to put a bunch of stuff in storage. For about 4 weeks we will not be able to offer a few services. Namely, Filing and Rate-and-Return. There will also be a shorter period from 6/2 through 6/16 that we will not be able to offer Rating Services. We hope that this brief interruption is not too inconveniencing for our customers. We will take down the services we cannot offer while moving. So order anything still posted with confidence. Safe to say, we will be happy to have this move behind us. It has been a gigantic interruption to daily life and business! We're really excited for the new home and it will be worth the hassle in the end. Matt
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    Thanks guys. The MM7 and COC 3.5 certs are mine this year. Never been this motivated
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    Here is my contest video. Thanks for watching! I put a writeup in Writeup Section. Riccardo
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    Friday's SJ4 Update...8 weeks to go! Lots of cool stuff this week. We had a number of new contestants committing to SJ4. Arm wrestlers, a Gym owner and none other than the World Record Holder on the Dinnie Stones... @Bryan Hunsaker. Kenny Smith, Kyle Flynn, Steve Nichols and Kenneth McDowell rounding out the surge in numbers. We are now sitting on a historic NAGS number of 53 contestants...with a great number of fence sitters still to be heard from. Currently we have 3 women, but I suspect that will rise a few by comp day. Many of the weight classes are reaching impressive numbers. Here's the current breakdown... Many thanks to our generous sponsor... @Jared Goguen with Mammoth Grip...for sending equipment and apparel as prizes for contestants. You rock! After the Medley and Bending...it will be time to relax for friends, feats and fun for the rest of the night. Besides lifts of odd objects, anyone wanting to learn how to bend steel, tear phone books or a pack (or partial) deck of cards...will be able to do so...for there will be plenty of fodder to go after. I put the word out to a neighborhood group and will soon be collecting used phone books and used decks of cards. The post office is already saving catalogues for me. They are the perfect size for beginners to learn with. From what I gather, I should soon have a collection of over a hundred phone books and catalogues for tearing. The basement is almost done and I'm hopeful we will be able to watch all the medleys together, rather than go in shifts. Big thanks to all who have been helping me make this contest historic.
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    European Grip Championships 2017: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL45OgREVJb9USV1vDJgR6xQU5cuQvCoQn
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    Great comp, 93 kg on the brutalizer is most definitely very brutal! Rebecca Roberts blockbuster pinch is also very impressive and level 18 on the Vulcan by a 15 year old is also very extraordinary.
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    European Grip Championships 2017 Results.xlsx
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    The picture of the names falling off the ship, LOL
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    International German Grip Championship 2017 29.07.2017 ----------------- Events with NAGS-based rules: 1. Captains of Crush Gripper coinhold (50 cent) 2. Ironmind Apollons Axle deadlift 3. Ironmind Hub 4. Ironmind Rolling Thunder thumbless 5. 2 hand pinch (80mm silarukov) 6. Hängen auf Zeit (60mm) extra: WR attempts on Silver Bullet #4 during discipline 1 and Rolling Thunder pull-ups after discipline 6. Weight classes: mixed open class no extra women class Promoter: Rüdiger Weiss, Hamburg. Location: Halle Nordisch Fightclub Walddörfer Straße 332 22047 Hamburg Date: 29.07.2017 Begin: 13:30 Uhr Entry: 12:00 Uhr Registration deadline: 22.07.2017 Infos and registration: rweiss@posteo.de 0176-65108818 Entry fee: 10 Euro Ausschreibung zur offenen Deutschen Griffkraftmeisterschaft 2017.pdf
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    http://ironmind.com/news/Alexey-Tyukalov-Breaks-CoC-Silver-Bullet-World-Record/ Competing at Odd Haugen’s grip contest at the Chicago FitExpo this weekend, Russian gripster Alexey Tyukalov broke the world record on the CoC No. 4 Silver Bullet Hold - 17.84 sec.Tyukalov first achieved prominence in the grip world when he announced his goal of breaking Mark Felix’s longstanding world record on the Rolling Thunder one-hand deadlift, which he went on to do. Tyukalov’s credits in the grip strength world also include being certified on the Captains of Crush No. 3 gripper, and being a former world record holder on the CoC No. 3 Silver Bullet Hold.

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    Still not official yet as I am sending this to Iron grip as we speak. Wow, Very Tough bend. This is my first experience with IG bars and they are friggen tough. If anyone sees something I can improve on please feel free to comment, I would love to hear what you have to say. Im hoping on going for the 185KG next week.
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    There will be hours of feats and general chilling post comp. People are welcome to try, trade, sell whatever at that point also.
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    This is my Iron Grip cert in freestyle. Just got added to the list. I want to add that the guys I dealt with were great, from order all the way through the certification process. Very quick reply as well as very professional and respectful. High quality material and a tough bend! I will definitely be ordering from them again and would recommend anyone who hasn't tried them yet to do so. Here is the current freestyle list: http://irongripworld.ru/index.php/en/steel-bending-en/certs-rates-mob-en/16-content-en/77-freestyle-bend
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