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    If your getting pain on the inside of the elbow when arm wrestling, try this.
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    Guys and gals, I don't know if you've ever heard of Clint Darden. This dude was around way back in the day, when I first got involved in Strongman and Grip in 2002. It's a "Never met the guy, but I feel like I know him," kind of thing. Anyway, as much as he inspired me back then, he's doing so even more now. I've shared a couple things on Facebook about Clint, but basically this dude is on chemotherapy and doing the exact opposite of just about every other person I've ever met that was on chemo. He's continuing to live his life like he wasn't even sick. I've seen a lot of people basically just shut down and give up, but not Clint. Pretty motivating, if you ask me. Clint was recently in Columbus for a seminar, he traveled in from Cyprus, where he lives and he gave this speech. The most important stuff is the last 5 minutes, but seriously, just watch all 15 minutes.
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    From what I've seen of Grip Genie grippers and of cheap grippers for sale in China, there doesn't seem to be much of a difference between them. Take the crap springs with crazy spring set depths and give it a rainbow handle, then sell it for the same price as one of the more quality grippers we all know and love. meh
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    I think it´s time for an own thread, as the last days show, that this year can become very special again for the steel bending world. it started with the following threads from Tommy: And as it looks there will be some great comebacks in steel bending. Tommy and I try to contact several benders all over the world to rise steel bending again in a new shine and get all of the great guys out of retirement. So dust your pads off, crab some steel and have a good time with the feats of strength. Time to hunt bigger steel than in the past! This thread is for all the news that will come and to have all the things together, so that nobody had to search through several threads! So let´s go guys! If you have something to say or to announce or some questions write them down here! @Tommy J. @EJ Livesey @acorn @J.T. Straussner @Paul Knight @Donc101 @vikingsrule92 @acromegaman @Stanley sallee @Briso @camz @Martin Kotte @Truman @David_wigren @Mike Rinderle @VITALIK SEVKO @Vankovich_Kirill @Juha Lehtimäki @zs242 @Buccos1 @Jaden Majensky @KRC @Alawadhi @Squeezus @wobbler @PITTisKING
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    I've been keeping a log on Bender's Battlefield for a few years. The sites been down for a few days, so I figured what better time than now to start a log here!? Some background info: Age: 39 Height: 5'9" Weight: 195 I've been weight training for 27 years and competing in powerlifting for seven, having done about 20 meets. I started competing as a 242 (weighed 235) then decided to drop some weight, and cut down to under 200lbs. I've been about 195 for close to two years now. I also figured I'd be a lot more competitive as a 198er than 220 or 242. I competed in the Beast in the East steelbending championships last summer and took first in the LHW class. I've been bending steel for close to five years, and messing around with grippers for about the same. I recently got more involved in pinch grip and have been working a lot with the Ironmind Hub and the GripTopz, trying to improve my numbers. I'd love to do a grip comp. or two next year! To give a perspective what my levels are (and where I'm trying to go) ... My best numbers in powerlifting (single-ply): Squat - 550 Bench - 440 DL - 550 My best bends/grip: 5.5" Red Nail - IMPs 505lb. x 7" drillrod - IMPs Red Nail (DU) - BBW 5/8 x 21.8" A36 SCF Reg. Plain #000 IM Hub - 57.5 With grippers, I've come within 2-3 mm from closing the COC #2.5 with a MMS. Recently, I got a few GHP grippers and have been doing some work with the GHP5, which has been great.
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    http://www.ironmind.com/certification/apollons-axle/rules-and-world-records/
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    First time I’ve gotten more than one rep on film. Today was a perfect day. Thank you, Lord! double Triple
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    1. Must lift to full deadlift position. 2. Only chalk allowed. 3. Must be metal plates. Must lift smooth-sides-out. No rubber plates. 4. Standard Olympic plates only - no rounded edge plates can be used. 5. The lift must be performed directly from the floor. 6. Lift must be followed to the floor.
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    1.5” wraps Still got some horse power. Pretty far out from being able to bend these in IMP’s again. Y’all are giving me the bending bug. I may give it another run. Maybe... i think this is my first time doing any kind of voice over on a vid. Not sure how I feel about it yet.
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    Here are some Inch combination feats I did in December 2019, I wanted to share with those who are interested. Griptraining is going well, I think. Let's see, what 2020 brings....
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    Sounds very good. Nice to see you back in bending. Keep going!
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    Hellyeah! Stay with it duder! Slow and steady for the W!
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    Bw 163lbs Squat 60kgx5 70kgx5 80kgx5 90kgx5 100kgx5 Thick bar pullups thumbless Bwx6 Bw+5kgx6 Bw+10kgx6 Bw+5kg 2 sets of 6 Dip Bwx6 Bw+10kgx6 Bw+20kg 3 sets of 6 Grippers Coc S x8 Tns L+R Coc T x5 tns L+R Coc Left turn #1 4 sets of 3 ccs L Coc #1 4 sets of 6 ccs R Coc T x12 Tns left only Stress ball pinch x100 L+R Incline treadmill 15 degrees at 6KPH for 10 mins
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    I completely agree. I can pre-kink a gold to 40 degrees and kill it in single IMPs. I just need to get a stronger kink. I've been working at 8 3/8 only for most of 2019. I'm not worrying about any other bend/cert until I get the Gold.
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    I am still new to this, but I have been diving into the rating aspect of bending and found some interesting stuff regarding how the Krahling rating method differs between lengths of bar. Without really diving into the precise math (free body diagram) of it, I can tell you that the Krahling rating, while great for comparative rating between different grades and diameters of the same length bar, overstates the difference between a 7" bar and a 6" bar by about 50%. In plain English, this means that a 7" bar rated 400 by the Krahling method would be rated 480 if it were cut down to 6". Using a calculation that puts the pivot point further out towards the end of the bars, (where the force is more likely to be applied in real bending, rather than 3/4" in), this same bar would only increase to about 456lbs when cut from 7" to 6". Having bent a mixture of 6" and 7" stock, I can anecdotally say that the rating increase between the stock sizes is overstated. All that to say, the converse would also be true. The reduction in rating of the Gold Nail is overstated using the Krahling method because of it's length and it is likely harder than the rating would lead us to believe. Even so, I think that there are several people alive right now that can potentially achieve that certification, regardless of what the rating system says. Same with the #4 gripper. It's just like the 4min mile. After someone finally does it, there will be others to follow. I have been thinking really hard about rating steel and how to get the most accurate and repeatable comparative difficulty between various sizes of bar and I haven't quite figured it out yet. I'll keep y'all posted on what I come up with. Also, if this is too off topic, feel free to move it to a new one.
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    Stephen Anderson! Congrats!
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    Sounds good guys. No matter if you are new or an experienced bender. Here is the right place to ask, get help, to push each other to higher bends. The Red will come very soon and then the big fun begins!
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    Sup, guys. I'm pretty new to this and not very good at it yet. Working on bending the Red Nail at the moment. I'm bending 7" stock right around 400lbs right now. I'm also working on a steel rating rig, so keep an eye out for that. @Tommy J. the guy that JT is talking about is probably @Stanley sallee. He is a phenomenal bender and very gifted in grip as well. I expect that we will see some ridiculous bends out of him.
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    Thanks for the kind words and glad it has helped keep your back happy
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    gotta update the log with this weekends workouts but Really happy with the gripper work today. Worked up to 3 sets of MMS doubles with my 175 GHP 8. Here is the first one where I just missed the 3rd rep (would have gotten the 3rd if I wasn't pausing the sets and closes and holding the gripper in frame)
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    Many of you know I completely ruptured my A2 Pulley on my Right Ring Finger Back in November 2018. I had Surgery to repair it February 22nd because it totally tore off the bone and there was no chance of it healing on its own. I only started training grippers again a couple months ago. Today was just my 9th gripper session back. Luckily I found an amazing hand doctor in NYC and my recovery is going incredibly fast. My goal today was to close a COC #3.5 MMS for the first time since surgery. Its a lighter one at 172 lb RGC but I completely blew that goal out of the water today and closed it for 4 straight singles with a paused set like it was nothing. I could have done more but I decided to stop there. When the injury happened, I thought I had no chance to ever close the MM8. Just really happy right now and feel super lucky. My goal is to come back stronger than ever and I am super confident that will happen now. whatever adversity you face in training, try and stay positive and keep fighting. Here is the first close from today:
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    Screwing around today and thought of doing this- Inner rim Keypinch Rogue 25kg plate. Big shout out to Jaakko Nikkila from Finland for extending the Overall Shallow hub KP WR to a crazy impressive 55.3 kg - 121.91 lbs.
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    If he spent 3 months learning the technical aspects of the grip lifts, he could break EVERY record in grip... in one contest. Don't kid yourselves. He's on another planet size and strength wise than anyone who has ever done grip seriously. He might struggle with the stub and hub, but sheer power would probably have him win those too. Seriously guys, it would be like the time Jason Bergmann took up horseshoe bending and took all of three months to bend shoes nobody else in the world had ever wobbled. If Shaw had time to master setting grippers, etc. He would own every non-gimmick lift record in gripsport in short order. The man has baseball gloves for hands and is stronger than all but 1 or two guys walking the earth.
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    RB vs Vulcan RB vs CoC3 Vuclan vs CoC3
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    top to bottom: RB, Vulcan, a CoC3
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    I really like my RB adjustable. I also have the Vulcan now but I can't really say one is better than the other (like some argued in the past), their feel is totally different. Both great training tools. The RB feels closer to torsion spring grippers. The Vulcan is harder to set. I trained with both yesteday at the end of my gripper workout did supersets between the two. I also used the RB springs on the Vulcan.
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    http://youtu.be/yTU8M3MNj-8 Chad Rikicki DU Bending Mike Rinderle How to Crush EJ Livesey Hand Toughness EJ Livesey
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    Yes you can. Vulcan has a different feeling perhaps by having a tougher sweep because of a more linear resistance, what makes for an somewhat 'easier' close in comparison to the difficult set. You can compensate that by doing chokerwork with it on higher levels for instance. The Vulcan in my opinion is a very good choice if you need to spend your money wisely. You get a lot of bang for your buck. You could buy some goal grippers and fill the holes with the Vulcan. There's a lot to be found about the Vulcan. Just plow through this board and the David Horne forum. This a gold spring calibration Matti Heiskanen once did. There are a lot of other springs though which can come out much more difficult or easier, depending the colour. David Horne can inform you about that. - Level 24 / 97.5kg / 215.23 lbs / rating = 4.10 - Level 23 / 92kg / 203.09 lbs / rating = 3.90 - Level 22 / 91kg / 200.88 lbs / rating = 3.86 - Level 21 / 85,5 kg / 188,75 lbs / rating = 3.66 - Level 20 / 81 kg / 178.80 lbs / rating = 3.49 - Level 19 / 80 kg / 176.6 lbs / rating = 3.45 - Level 18 / 75 kg / 165,56 lbs / rating = 3,26 - Level 17 / 71,5 kg / 157,83 lbs / rating = 3,13 - Level 16 / 71 kg / 156.73 lbs / rating = 3.11 - Level 15 / 65 kg / 143.5 lbs / rating = 2.84 - Level 14 / 58.5 kg / 129,13 lbs / rating = 2,48 - Level 13 / 58 kg / 128,03 lbs / rating = 2,45 - Level 12 / 55,0kg / 121,41 lbs / rating = 2,29 - Level 11 / 51,5 kg / 113,68 lbs / rating= 2,09 - Level 10 / 50,5 kg / 111,48 lbs / rating = 2,04 - Level 9 / 47 kg / 103,75 kg / rating = 1.76 - Level 8 / 43 kg / 94.92 lbs / rating = 1.46 - Level 7 / 41 kg / 90.50 lbs / rating = 1.27 - Level 6 / 37,5 kg /82,78 lbs / rating = 1.00 - Level 5 / / 34.5 kg / 76.16 lbs / rating = 0.71 - Level 4 / 34 kg / 75,1 lbs / rating = 0,64 - Level 3 / 31,5kg / 69,53lbs / rating= 0,43
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    How are you setting up for your floor presses? Just the J-hooks at the bottom and chains for safety or no safety?
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    Fri (8/16) Shrugs (1x8) 135 (1x8) 225 (1x5) 315 (1x5) 405 (1x5) 475 45-Degree Back Raise (2x10) 35 DU - 1.2" suede Yellow Nail 1/4 x 7" Square FBBC Bastard I wanted to try the DU Bastard cert but probally should have waited another few days, especially after having done the Red so recently. My hands and forearms were still beat up a little, but I wanted to give it a shot. It was a tough bend, and was taken to about 42 degrees. I used BBW plus a short piece of suede, which made the wraps 1.25" in diameter. Next up for a DU cert attempt is going to be the Golden Bastard!
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    Yeah, the spreads been pretty tough for me. But, I think it will make my set stronger in the long run.
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    i have 2. one is 112#, the other 118#. last 1/3 is harder sweep on GHP's.
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    I didn't get it rated, but it is significantly harder than both #2 grippers I have. ... made my attempt at the Big Golden and tore a chunk of finger off on the kink. So, I ended up pulling back on the session.
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    Wed (8/14) Floor Press (1x5) 135 (1x3) 185 (1x3) 225 (1x2) 275 (1x2) 280 Speed Bench - bands (4x3) 165 (4x3) 155 Horseshoes - 1.2" suede SCF Lite Rim #2 Diamond Bronco PL000 - 110 degrees I really dislike the larger horseshoes, but am trying to work them in here-and-there, just in case the BITE 3 is on. (The same thing goes for the midbar braced, which I actually love to do, but it takes so much out of you to be a year-round endeavor.) The LR2 felt pretty easy but a little awkward. I had a good kink on the PL000, but ran out of steam with it. I just added floor presses into my routine last week, and really like them so far. My setup with them is knees bent, and pausing on the floor at the bottom. Today, I am going to bend a Big Golden Bastard in IMPs, and put the video up later. (I've done this bend before--and a Huge Golden in IMPs--but it's been awhile!)
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    Thanks Mike! I've been consistent with my training since Day 1, year-after-year, but would definitely take a day off once-in-awhile (unplanned) or back off on the weight sometimes. Since I've been keeping an online log though, I've found myself pushing through the tiredness when it comes up and pushing my boundries a little more. Yeah, the GHPs are pretty sweet! I got the #5 and 6 from Cannon Powerworks, and got them three days after placing the order! Great service. The #5 has been a tough close for me. If I get a good set, I can get one rep with it. (I normally can get 4-5 reps with the COC#2.) I know this gripper will help me a lot though, in trying to close the 2.5.
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    good to see this log live on. i look forward to much more destruction. GHP are beautiful grippers. even though Chez lent me his 5 i had to have my own ha. the 6 is pretty legit.
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    nice to see you over here. If you ever want to get together after you bench, Me and another guys have been getting together most sundays at 1. pm me if interested.
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    Mon (8/12) DU - IMPs Yellow Nail 1/4 x 7" Grade 5 DU - BBW Red Nail http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VDssTb-jMVQ Ironmind Hub (1x1) 40 (1x1) 50 (1X1) 55 GripTopz Stub (1x1) 15 (1x1) 25 (1x1) 30 (1x0) 32.5 Grippers (1x3) #1.5 (1x1) GHP5 (1x20) #1.5 The double underhand Red Nail bend in single wraps was a first and a huge PR today! I've been after this one for well over a year and my previous best was around 25 degrees. I bent a Red double underhand about two years ago, but it was with double wraps.
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    Sun (8/11) Bench Press (1x8) 135 (1x3) 185 (1x3) 225 (1x1) 275 (1x1) 325 (1x3) 365 - add Slingshot (1x0) 400 (1x1) 400 The 400 was a PR with the Slingshot! Took a second attempt after missing about 1/2 way up.
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    Thanks bro! Keeping a log these past few years has really helped me push through some days when I really didn't feel like it.
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    Great to see you posting here. Look forward to following your log.
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    The baraban is good for building strength. You still have to translate the strength to torsion spring grippers if you want to be good at TSG. Similar to training with a grip machine. Great for building strength but that strength has to be fine tuned for a TSG. The one thing I found when doing a lot of training with the Baraban Adjustable is it allowed me to grind out reps much harder than a TSG. This is because the force is completely linear with the Baraban Adjustable where the TSG loads up harder at the end because of the way the handles are forced together against the springs natural range of motion. Ever wonder why a torsion spring gripper always breaks at the same place? Take a look at the the spring has to move to get the handles to touch. Wade
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    Rules 1) All bends must be completed within 5 minutes. Otherwise, all other Gripboard bending rules apply. 2) All FBBC certification bends will be recognized. 3) Bends performed in a contest in which all the other listed rules are followed will be recognized. 4) A video which shows the length of the bar, and the 2" maximum distance requirement is sufficient for proof. 5) If the strength of a bar is in question a calibration of that bar's batch will be required. 6) For a bend to rank higher than an existing bend it must calibrate atleast 20 pounds heavier. 7) For a bend to rank higher than an existing bend of the same stock it must be at least 1/2" shorter. 2006 1) Gary Hunt.............................3/8 x 7" stainless (825 lbs.).............12-2006 2) Pat Povilaitis..........................King of All Bastards 3) Greg Amidon.........................Magnificent Bastard 4) Dave Morton..........................Magnificent Bastard 5) Aaron Corcorran....................Magnificent Bastard........................10-15-2006 6) Josh Dale..............................Magnificent Bastard........................10-21-2006 7) Sean Prince...........................Magnificent Bastard........................10-21-2006 8) John Beatty...........................Magnificent Bastard........................10-21-2006 9) Ben Edwards.........................Magnificent Bastard........................10-21-2006 10) Eric Milfeld.............................Big Shiny Bastard........................4-23-2006 11) Mike Hadland.........................Big Shiny Bastard........................9-03-2006 12) Brett Kerby..........................Big Shiny Bastard.........................10-14-2006 13) Frank Henritzi.......................Big Shiny Bastard.........................11-11-2006 14) Martin Kotte...........................Huge Hexabastard.......................2-25-2006 15) Sean Sparandero...................Huge Hexabastard.......................3-08-2006 16) Steve McGranahan.................Grand Bastard.............................10-22-2005 17) Nick Savona..........................Grand Bastard.............................2-11-2006 18) Jedd Johnson........................Grand Bastard.............................10-21-2006 19) John Eaton............................Grand Bastard.............................10-21-2006 20) Clay Edgin.............................5.75" Red Nail.............................9-18-2004 21) Rob W. Vigeant......................5.75" Red Nail.............................9-18-2004 22) John O'Brien..........................Huge Bastard 23) Mike Grutto..........................Huge Bastard 24) Kevin Bussi..........................Huge Bastard 25) Gerrit Reubold......................Huge Bastard..............................11-20-2005 26) Ron Wright...........................Huge Bastard..............................12-19-2005 27) Tom Suk..............................Huge Bastard..............................10-21-2006 28) Travis Mickelberry................Huge Bastard..............................10-21-2006 29) Walter K. Crews...................Huge Bastard..............................12-29-2006 30) Scott Harris Jr......................Huge Bastard..............................12-24-2006 31) William McCaslin.................Huge Bastard...............................11-24-2006 32) Jeff Peterson........................6" Red Nail 33) Tommy Heslep.....................6" Red Nail.................................3-12-2005 34) Brett Jones...........................6.25" Red Nail 35) George Maceachern..............Big Bastard 36) Ethan Wolf............................6.5" x 5/16" round FBBC............9-26-2005 37) Brian Mottola........................Big Bastard 38) Thomas Becker.....................Big Bastard..............................8-12-2006 39) Dave Thornton......................Big Bastard..............................10-21-2006 40) Rick Kramer.........................Big Bastard...............................10-21-2006 41) Craig Holle...........................Red Nail Roster (6.5")................2003 42) Gary Brown..........................Red Nail Roster (6.5")................12-03-2005 43) Jens Meyer...........................6.5" Red Nail.............................3-29-2006 44) Russell Hadland....................6.5" Red Nail.............................12-14-2006 45) John Brookfield.....................Red Nail Roster........................1995 46) Gavin Holle..........................Red Nail Roster.........................2003 47) James Smith........................Red Nail Roster.........................2003 48) Jay Holle..............................Red Nail Roster........................2003 49) Steven Weiner......................Red Nail Roster........................2004 50) Eli Thomas...........................Red Nail Roster........................2004 Last Updated 2-09-2007 2005 1) Pat Povilaitis..........................Magnificent Bastard 2) Greg Amidon.........................Magnificent Bastard 3) Dave Morton..........................Magnificent Bastard 4) Eric Milfeld.............................Grand Bastard....................2-12-2005 5) Martin Kotte...........................Grand Bastard....................5-13-2005 6) Steve McGranahan.................Grand Bastard....................10-22-2005 7) Clay Edgin.............................5.75" Red Nail.....................9-18-2004 7) Rob W. Vigeant......................5.75" Red Nail.....................9-18-2004 9) John O'Brien..........................Huge Bastard 10) Mike Grutto..........................Huge Bastard 11) Brett Kerby..........................Huge Bastard 12) Sean Sparandero..................Huge Bastard 13) Kevin Bussi..........................Huge Bastard 14) Gerrit Reubold......................Huge Bastard.....................11-20-2005 15) Ron Wright...........................Huge Bastard.....................12-19-2005 16) Jeff Peterson........................6" Red Nail 17) Tommy Heslep.....................6" Red Nail.........................3-12-2005 18) Sean M. Prince.....................6" Red Nail.........................12-04-2005 19) Brett Jones...........................6.25" Red Nail 20) George Maceachern..............Big Bastard 21) Josh Dale.............................Big Bastard 22) Frank Henritzi.......................Big Bastard 23) Ethan Wolf............................6.5" x 5/16" round FBBC.....9-26-2005 24) Brian Mottola........................Big Bastard 25) John Beatty..........................Big Bastard........................11-22-2005 26) Craig Holle...........................Red Nail Roster (6.5")..........2003 27) Gary Brown..........................Red Nail Roster (6.5").........12-03-2005 28) John Brookfield.....................Red Nail Roster..................1995 29) Gavin Holle..........................Red Nail Roster...................2003 30) James Smith........................Red Nail Roster...................2003 31) Jay Holle..............................Red Nail Roster...................2003 32) Steven Weiner......................Red Nail Roster...................2004 33) Eli Thomas...........................Red Nail Roster...................2004 34) Zach Passman......................Red Nail Roster...................2004 35) Devin Annis..........................Red Nail Roster...................2005 36) Lyle Barron...........................Red Nail Roster..................2005 37) Malcolm Noland.....................Red Nail Roster..................2005 38) Anson Castelvecchi................Red Nail Roster..................2005 39) Scott George........................Red Nail Roster...................2005 40) Ryan Mateja.........................Bastard 41) Jason Deane.........................Bastard..............................12-04-2005 42) Walter K. Crews....................Bastard..............................12-30-2005 43) Dave Ostlund.........................Red Nail 44) Jonathan Creason..................Red Nail 45) Dan Harrison.........................Red Nail 46) Jedd Johnson.........................Red Nail 47) Nick Savona..........................Red Nail............................11-07-2005 48) Jon Elder...............................Red Nail............................11-10-2005 49) Gary Hunt.............................Grade 9 Bolt 6"..................12-12-2005 50) Mike Potts.............................Grade 8 Bolt 5.5"...............2-24-2005 Last Updated 1-02-2006 Nailman's top 20 (saved for historical sake) Rules 1) All bends must be completed within 5 minutes. Otherwise, all other Gripboard bending rules apply. 2) All FBBC certification bends will be recognized. 3) Bends performed in a contest in which all the other listed rules are followed will be recognized. 4) A video which shows the length of the bar, and the 2" maximum distance requirement is sufficient for proof. 5) If the strength of a bar is in question a calibration of that bar's batch will be required. 6) For a bend to rank higher than an existing bend it must calibrate atleast 20 pounds heavier. 7) For a bend to rank higher than an existing bend of the same stock it must be at least 1/2" shorter. 2009 7" 1) Gary Hunt Huge King of All Shiny Bastards 4-05-20072) Paul Knight 5/16 x 7" FBBC square crs (705 lbs.) 2-21-20093) Pat Povilaitis King of All Bastards 20064) Aaron Corcorran 5/16 x 7" grade 8 bolt (675 lbs.) 2-09-20085) John Beatty 5/16 x 7" square crs (650 lbs.) 10-04-20086) Dave Thornton 5/16 x 7" square crs (650 lbs.) 11-01-20087) Eric Milfeld 3/8 x 7" Steel Works crs (590 lbs.) 1-30-20078) Mike Hadland 3/8 x 7" Steel Works crs (590 lbs.) 8-12-20079) Brendan Dwyer 23/64 x 7" crs (595 lbs.) 10-02-200810) Rex Hubbard 5/16 x 6" grade 5 bolt (triangle) 2-28-200911) Ben Edwards 5/16 x 6.5" grade 5 bolt 5-05-200712) Ryan Klein 5/16 x 6.5" grade 5 bolt 7-28-200713) Chad Woodall 5/16 x 6.5" grade 5 bolt 10-13-200714) Jedd Johnson 5/16 x 6.5" grade 5 bolt 10-13-200715) Adam Glass 5/16 x 6.5" grade 5 bolt 2-27-200816) bender removed at his request17) Eli Thomas 5/16 x 7" grade 5 bolt 2-11-200718) Josh Dale 5/16 x 7" grade 5 bolt 7-28-200719) David Wigren 5/16 x 7" grade 5 bolt 1-29-200820) Zach Coulter 5/16 x 7" grade 5 bolt (triangle) 10-04-20082008 7" 1) Gary Hunt Huge King of All Shiny Bastards 4-05-20072) Paul Knight Big King of All Bastards (665 lbs.) 7-14-20083) Pat Povilaitis King of All Bastards 20064) Aaron Corcorran 5/16 x 7" grade 8 bolt (675 lbs.) 2-09-20085) John Beatty 5/16 x 7" square crs (650 lbs.) 10-04-20086) Dave Thornton 5/16 x 7" square crs (650 lbs.) 11-01-20087) Eric Milfeld 3/8 x 7" Steel Works crs (590 lbs.) 1-30-20078) Mike Hadland 3/8 x 7" Steel Works crs (590 lbs.) 8-12-20079) Brendan Dwyer 23/64 x 7" crs (595 lbs.) 10-02-200810) Ben Edwards 5/16 x 6.5" grade 5 bolt 5-05-200711) Ryan Klein 5/16 x 6.5" grade 5 bolt 7-28-200712) Chad Woodall 5/16 x 6.5" grade 5 bolt 10-13-200713) Jedd Johnson 5/16 x 6.5" grade 5 bolt 10-13-200714) Adam Glass 5/16 x 6.5" grade 5 bolt 2-27-200815) bender removed at his request16) Eli Thomas 5/16 x 7" grade 5 bolt 2-11-200717) Josh Dale 5/16 x 7" grade 5 bolt 7-28-200718) David Wigren 5/16 x 7" grade 5 bolt 1-29-200819) Zach Coulter 5/16 x 7" grade 5 bolt (triangle) 10-04-200820) Jeremiah Fox Magnificent Shiny Bastard 10-14-20082007 7" 1) Gary Hunt Huge King of All Shiny Bastards 4-05-20072) Pat Povilaitis King of All Bastards 20063) Aaron Corcorran King of All Bastards (665 lbs.) 6-10-20074) Eric Milfeld 3/8 x 7" Steel Works crs (590 lbs.) 1-30-20075) Mike Hadland 3/8 x 7" Steel Works crs (590 lbs.) 8-12-20076) Ben Edwards 5/16 x 6.5" grade 5 bolt 5-05-20077) Ryan Klein 5/16 x 6.5" grade 5 bolt 7-28-20078) John Beatty 5/16 x 6.5" grade 5 bolt 10-13-20079) Chad Woodall 5/16 x 6.5" grade 5 bolt 10-13-200710) Jedd Johnson 5/16 x 6.5" grade 5 bolt 10-13-200711) Eli Thomas 5/16 x 7" grade 5 bolt 2-11-200712) Dave Thornton 5/16 x 7" grade 5 bolt 6-23-200713) Josh Dale 5/16 x 7" grade 5 bolt 7-28-200714) Brett Kerby Big Shiny Bastard 9-03-200615) Frank Henritzi Big Shiny Bastard 11-11-200616) William McCaslin Shiny Bastard 3-25-200717) Jeff Flynn Shiny Bastard 4-29-200718) Wes Peart Shiny Bastard 7-05-200719) Brendan Dwyer Shiny Bastard 9-07-200720) Mark Vogels Shiny Bastard 11-05-20072009 6" 1) Gary Hunt Huge King of All Shiny Bastards 4-05-20072) Aaron Corcorran 5/16 x 6" FBBC square (650 lbs. @ 7") 2-21-20093) Jeremiah Fox 3/8 x 6" Steel Works crs (765 lbs.) 11-11-20084) Mike Hadland 5/16 x 6" grade 5 bolt (linear "S") 745 pounds 4-19-20085) John Beatty 5/16 x 6" grade 5 bolt (triangle) 10-04-20086) Rex Hubbard 5/16 x 6" grade 5 bolt (triangle) 2-28-20097) Paul Knight 5/16 x 6" grade 5 bolt (triangle) 2-28-2009 8) Pat Povilaitis Magnificent Shiny Bastard 20069) Ben Edwards Grand Shiny Bastard 6-06-200710) Jon Darty Grand Shiny Bastard 1-19-200911) David Wigren Grand Shiny Bastard 5-19-200912) bender removed at his request13) Mike Krahling Huge Shiny Bastard 4-24-200914) Chad Kovach Huge Hexabastard (705 pounds) 7-16-200815) Eric Milfeld Grand Hexabastard 2-19-200616) Josh Dale Grand Hexabastard 10-21-200617) Frank Henritzi Grand Hexabastard 10-21-200618) Martin Kotte Huge Hexabastard 2-25-200619) Sean Sparandero Huge Hexabastard 3-08-200620) Sean Prince Huge Hexabastard 20062008 6" 1) Gary Hunt Huge King of All Shiny Bastards 4-05-20072) Aaron Corcorran 5/16 x 5.5" grade 5 bolt (total length with head removed) 2-9-20083) Jeremiah Fox 3/8 x 6" Steel Works crs (765 lbs.) 11-11-20084) Mike Hadland 5/16 x 6" grade 5 bolt (linear "S") 745 pounds 4-19-20085) John Beatty 5/16 x 6" grade 5 bolt (triangle) 10-04-20086) Pat Povilaitis Magnificent Shiny Bastard 2006 7) Ben Edwards Grand Shiny Bastard 6-06-20078) bender removed at his request9) Paul Knight Huge Shiny Bastard 5-05-200810) David Wigren Huge Shiny Bastard 7-30-200811) Chad Kovach Huge Hexabastard (705 pounds) 7-16-200812) Eric Milfeld Grand Hexabastard 2-19-200613) Josh Dale Grand Hexabastard 0-21-200614) Frank Henritzi Grand Hexabastard 10-21-200615) Martin Kotte Huge Hexabastard 2-25-200616) Sean Sparandero Huge Hexabastard 3-08-200617) Sean Prince Huge Hexabastard 200618) Brett Kerby Huge Hexabastard 200619) William McCaslin Huge Hexabastard 3-25-200720) Wes Peart Huge Hexabastard 7-05-20072007 6" 1) Gary Hunt Huge King of All Shiny Bastards 10-13-20073) Pat Povilaitis Magnificent Shiny Bastard 20064) Ben Edwards Grand Shiny Bastard 6-06-20075) Mike Hadland Magnificent Hexabastard 10-14-20076) Eric Milfeld Grand Hexabastard 2-19-20067) Josh Dale Grand Hexabastard 10-21-20068) Frank Henritzi Grand Hexabastard 10-21-20069) Martin Kotte Huge Hexabastard 2-25-200610) Sean Sparandero Huge Hexabastard 3-08-200611) Sean Prince Huge Hexabastard 200612) Brett Kerby Huge Hexabastard 200613) John Beatty Huge Hexabastard 10-21-200614) William McCaslin Huge Hexabastard 3-25-200715) Wes Peart Huge Hexabastard 7-05-200716) Russell Hadland Huge Hexabastard 8-26-200717) Greg Amidon Magnificent Bastard 200518) Dave Morton Magnificent Bastard 200519) Walter K. Crews Magnificent Bastard 3-12-2007 20) Steve McGranahan Grand Bastard 10-22-20052008 5" 1) Gary Hunt 5/16 x 5 1/16" Grade 5 Bolt (head removed) 9-19-20072) Pat Povilaitis Magnificent Shiny Bastard 20063) Jeremiah Fox Magnificent Shiny Bastard 10-14-20084) Aaron Corcorran Magnificent Hexabastard 7-14-20075) Mike Hadland Magnificent Hexabastard 10-14-20076) Ben Edwards Insane Bastard 2-26-20077) Chad Kovach Insane Bastard 8-12-20088) Greg Amidon Magnificent Bastard 20059) Dave Morton Magnificent Bastard 200510) Josh Dale Magnificent Bastard 10-21-200611) Sean Prince Magnificent Bastard 10-21-200612) John Beatty Magnificent Bastard 10-21-200613) Dave Thornton Magnificent Bastard 2-04-200714) Eric Milfeld Magnificent Bastard 2-21-200715) Walter K. Crews Magnificent Bastard 3-12-200716) Martin Kotte Magnificent Bastard 3-24-200717) Brett Kerby Magnificent Bastard 5-13-0718) Scott Harris Jr Magnificent Bastard 1-28-200819) Takahashi Yoshiyuki Magnificent Bastard 3-29-200820) William McCaslin 1/4 x 5" Grade 8 Bolt 2-12-20072007 5" 1) Gary Hunt 5/16 x 5 1/16" Grade 5 (head removed) 9-19-20072) Pat Povilaitis Magnificent Shiny Bastard 20063) Aaron Corcorran Magnificent Hexabastard 7-14-20074) Mike Hadland Magnificent Hexabastard 10-14-20075) Ben Edwards Insane Bastard 2-26-20076) Greg Amidon Magnificent Bastard 20057) Dave Morton Magnificent Bastard 20058) Josh Dale Magnificent Bastard 10-21-20069) Sean Prince Magnificent Bastard 10-21-200610) John Beatty Magnificent Bastard 10-21-200611) Dave Thornton Magnificent Bastard 2-04-200712) Eric Milfeld Magnificent Bastard 2-21-200713) Walter K. Crews Magnificent Bastard 3-12-200714) Martin Kotte Magnificent Bastard 3-24-200715) Brett Kerby Magnificent Bastard 5-13-0716) William McCaslin 1/4 x 5" Grade 8 Bolt 2-12-200717) Takahashi Yoshiyuki 1/4 x 5" Grade 8 Bolt 3-10-200718) Tony Hartonen 1/4 x 5" Grade 8 Bolt 4-24-200719) Russell Hadland 1/4 x 5" Grade 8 Bolt 7-29-200720) Bader Samir Tayeb Alawadhi 1/4 x 5" Grade 8 Bolt 10-27-2007
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