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Crush And Wide Pinch

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JamesG

What is everyones opinion of focusing on wide pinch and crush at the same time? Im training for the Im cert credit card rule and would also like to hit wide pinch hard. Does wide pinch hurt or help with the crush? Any ideas would be appreciated.

James G.

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handgripperman

If you train with hex head block weights, it will really help you to closing the 3 for cert

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austinslater

James,

Hit that 2x4 setup and it will help your crush. Dont go overboard on it but add it in 1xwk or so. Looking forward to training with you again buddy!

Austin

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Jedd Johnson

Small blocks = good way to work the last two fingers.....2 fingas.

-Jedd-

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SqeezeMasterFlash

Working with blobs has improved my grippers without even touching them

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austinslater

What we have been using is 3 2x6's and it is great for wide pinch. I also like the idea of not having to worry about hand or surface conditions. Something about wide pinch and total hand strength . . .

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Lyle

interesting, so is the general consensus of those trying to crush better is to add wide pinching as well? I do the pony clamp "one handle has as steel bar across it for the fingers" and keep adding elastics to it. would this qualify?

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