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here's another vid from almost a year ago - it's a 154 #3, I don't have many TNS closes on video, so this will have to do for now

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A lot of guys are keeping to amaze me here on this board. Without the internet I'd be living here in Holland thinking that I'm quite a 'big boy' closing a #3 MMS

CCS #3.5 TNS RB330C TNS #3

153, great number. Right down the respectible middle. Nice close, and you had a bit more in the tank. I would expect a MM3 cert in the near future.

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here's an older vid of a 168 cal'd 3.5 CCS - the grippers on loan, but I can get the spread measurment next week

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here's another vid from almost a year ago - it's a 154 #3, I don't have many TNS closes on video, so this will have to do for now

Um, yea, that'll do. :blink

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CCS

Teemu I: 182# IM 3.5 & 182# BBE http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gY7q3y8yxaU

Paul Knight: 168# IM 3.5

1stCoC: 154.24# IM 3

CoC#3: 150# IM 3

Captain Sam: 144.6# IM 3

Eric Milfeld: 143# IM 3

Goody: IM 3 (uncalibrated) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JbQnLGTZt0Q

Bullitt (me): IM 3 (uncalibrated)

Vikingsrule92: 132# IM 2.5

porkchop: 122.5# IM2.5

TNS

Normal Spread >/=2.75"

Teemu I: 169# BBE

Paul Knight: 154# IM 3 - 2 7/8" spread

Captain Sam: 130# IM 2.5

Mikael Siverson 123# IM 2.5

Bullitt: Filed IM 2.5 (uncalibrated) - 3" spread

Hammy: IM 2.5 (uncalibrated) - 2.80"

Eric Milfeld IM 2.5 (uncalibrated)

Narrow Spread <2.75"

jad: 155# RB330N - 2.25" spread

Gripper42004: BBSE, (unknown spread and calibration) http://www.gripboard.com/index.php?&au...si&img=4490

porkchop: 135# RB260N - 2 5/8" spread

Goody: HG300 - 2.25" spread (uncalibrated)

Bullit: HG300 - 2.25" spread (uncalibrated)

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Timo Tuukkanen

my best no set close as double L/R

Left hand: Heimopäällikkö IM#2.5 / 55.5 kg / 122.51 lbs / rating = 2.31

Right hand: Timo Tuukkanen IM #2.5 / 60 kg / 132.45 lbs / rating = 2.56

CCS CoC#3 starting at approx. 2:55 on video

right hand: Heimopäällikkö IM#3 / 69.5 kg / 153.4 lbs / rating = 3.05

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my best no set close as double L/R

Left hand: Heimopäällikkö IM#2.5 / 55.5 kg / 122.51 lbs / rating = 2.31

Right hand: Timo Tuukkanen IM #2.5 / 60 kg / 132.45 lbs / rating = 2.56

CCS CoC#3 starting at approx. 2:55 on video

right hand: Heimopäällikkö IM#3 / 69.5 kg / 153.4 lbs / rating = 3.05

Spread 72mm on both IM#2,5: 72mm=2.83"

spread 70mm on IM#3: 70mm=2.76"

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Thanks Timo. Awesome job!

CCS

Teemu I: 182# IM 3.5 & 182# BBE http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gY7q3y8yxaU

Paul Knight: 168# IM 3.5

1stCoC: 154.24# IM 3

Timo Tuukkanen: 153.4# IM3

(2:55 mark)

CoC#3: 150# IM 3

Captain Sam: 144.6# IM 3

Eric Milfeld: 143# IM 3

Goody: IM 3 (uncalibrated) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JbQnLGTZt0Q

Bullitt (me): IM 3 (uncalibrated)

Vikingsrule92: 132# IM 2.5

porkchop: 122.5# IM2.5

TNS

Normal Spread >/=2.75"

Teemu I: 169# BBE

Paul Knight: 154# IM 3 - 2 7/8" spread

Timo Tuukkanen 132.45# IM2.5 - 2.83" spread

(lefty was 122.51# IM2.5)

Captain Sam: 130# IM 2.5

Mikael Siverson 123# IM 2.5

Bullitt: Filed IM 2.5 (uncalibrated) - 3" spread

Hammy: IM 2.5 (uncalibrated) - 2.80"

Eric Milfeld IM 2.5 (uncalibrated)

Narrow Spread <2.75"

jad: 155# RB330N - 2.25" spread

Gripper42004: BBSE, (unknown spread and calibration) http://www.gripboard.com/index.php?&au...si&img=4490

porkchop: 135# RB260N - 2 5/8" spread

Goody: HG300 - 2.25" spread (uncalibrated)

Bullit: HG300 - 2.25" spread (uncalibrated)

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A good day with grippers today... New PR for no set closes left+right :rock

Sorry for the quality of video; nokia mobile was only cam i got on today... If not good enough have to make new one!!! Wasn't expecting good gripper day after yesterdays sick leg training :blink

Right hand: IM #3 ( 3.08 ) spread 74mm=2.91" Timo Tuukkanen IM #3 / 70 kg / 154.53 lbs / rating = 3.08 by Kilkkinen

Left hand: IM #2,5 ( 2.56 ) spread 72mm=2.83" Timo Tuukkanen IM #2.5 / 60 kg / 132.45 lbs / rating = 2.56 by Kilkkinen

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A good day with grippers today... New PR for no set closes left+right :rock

Sorry for the quality of video; nokia mobile was only cam i got on today... If not good enough have to make new one!!! Wasn't expecting good gripper day after yesterdays sick leg training :blink

Right hand: IM #3 ( 3.08 ) spread 74mm=2.91" Timo Tuukkanen IM #3 / 70 kg / 154.53 lbs / rating = 3.08 by Kilkkinen

Left hand: IM #2,5 ( 2.56 ) spread 72mm=2.83" Timo Tuukkanen IM #2.5 / 60 kg / 132.45 lbs / rating = 2.56 by Kilkkinen

:blink Very Strong Timo. I will definitely include this in my next update!

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CCS

Teemu I: 182# IM 3.5 & 182# BBE http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gY7q3y8yxaU

Paul Knight: 168# IM 3.5

1stCoC: 154.24# IM 3

Timo Tuukkanen: 153.4# IM3

(2:55 mark)

CoC#3: 150# IM 3

Captain Sam: 144.6# IM 3

Eric Milfeld: 143# IM 3

Goody: IM 3 (uncalibrated) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JbQnLGTZt0Q

Bullitt (me): IM 3 (uncalibrated)

AuCraigCall: IM3 (uncalibrated)

Vikingsrule92: 132# IM 2.5

porkchop: 122.5# IM2.5

TNS

Normal Spread >/=2.75"

Teemu I: 169# BBE

Timo Tuukkanen 154.53# IM3 - 2.91" spread

(lefty was 132.45# IM2.5 w/2.83" spread)

Paul Knight: 154# IM 3 - 2 7/8" spread

Captain Sam: 130# IM 2.5

Mikael Siverson 123# IM 2.5

Bullitt: Filed IM 2.5 (uncalibrated) - 3" spread

Hammy: IM 2.5 (uncalibrated) - 2.80"

Eric Milfeld IM 2.5 (uncalibrated)

Narrow Spread <2.75"

jad: 155# RB330N - 2.25" spread

Gripper42004: BBSE, (unknown spread and calibration) http://www.gripboard.com/index.php?&au...si&img=4490

porkchop: 135# RB260N - 2 5/8" spread

Goody: HG300 - 2.25" spread (uncalibrated)

Bullit: HG300 - 2.25" spread (uncalibrated)

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CCS

Teemu I: 182# IM 3.5 & 182# BBE http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gY7q3y8yxaU

Paul Knight: 168# IM 3.5

1stCoC: 154.24# IM 3

Timo Tuukkanen: 153.4# IM3

(2:55 mark)

CoC#3: 150# IM 3

Captain Sam: 144.6# IM 3

Eric Milfeld: 143# IM 3

Goody: IM 3 (uncalibrated) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JbQnLGTZt0Q

Bullitt (me): IM 3 (uncalibrated)

AuCraigCall: IM3 (uncalibrated)

Vikingsrule92: 132# IM 2.5

porkchop: 122.5# IM2.5

TNS

Normal Spread >/=2.75"

Teemu I: 169# BBE

Timo Tuukkanen 154.53# IM3 - 2.91" spread

(lefty was 132.45# IM2.5 w/2.83" spread)

Paul Knight: 154# IM 3 - 2 7/8" spread

Captain Sam: 130# IM 2.5

Mikael Siverson 123# IM 2.5

Bullitt: Filed IM 2.5 (uncalibrated) - 3" spread

Hammy: IM 2.5 (uncalibrated) - 2.80"

Eric Milfeld IM 2.5 (uncalibrated)

Narrow Spread <2.75"

jad: 155# RB330N - 2.25" spread

Gripper42004: BBSE, (unknown spread and calibration) http://www.gripboard.com/index.php?&au...si&img=4490

porkchop: 135# RB260N - 2 5/8" spread

Goody: HG300 - 2.25" spread (uncalibrated)

Bullit: HG300 - 2.25" spread (uncalibrated)

Any updates on this one guys/gals?

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You owned that #3.5 dude, is certification on the horizon for you? :rock

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Awesome stuff Wade!!! :rock Were any of those grippers calibrated and do you happen to know the spread of the #3 you closed? If so, it can move you up the list potentially. Sick closes man!

CCS

Teemu I: 182# IM 3.5 & 182# BBE http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gY7q3y8yxaU

Paul Knight: 168# IM 3.5

Wade Gillingham IM 3.5 (uncalibrated)

1stCoC: 154.24# IM 3

Timo Tuukkanen: 153.4# IM3

(2:55 mark)

CoC#3: 150# IM 3

Captain Sam: 144.6# IM 3

Eric Milfeld: 143# IM 3

Goody: IM 3 (uncalibrated) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JbQnLGTZt0Q

Bullitt (me): IM 3 (uncalibrated)

AuCraigCall: IM3 (uncalibrated)

Vikingsrule92: 132# IM 2.5

porkchop: 122.5# IM2.5

TNS

Normal Spread >/=2.75"

Teemu I: 169# BBE

Timo Tuukkanen 154.53# IM3 - 2.91" spread

(lefty was 132.45# IM2.5 w/2.83" spread)

Paul Knight: 154# IM 3 - 2 7/8" spread

Wade Gillingham: IM 3 (uncalibrated)

Captain Sam: 130# IM 2.5

Mikael Siverson 123# IM 2.5

Bullitt: Filed IM 2.5 (uncalibrated) - 3" spread

Hammy: IM 2.5 (uncalibrated) - 2.80"

Eric Milfeld IM 2.5 (uncalibrated)

Narrow Spread <2.75"

jad: 155# RB330N - 2.25" spread

Wade Gillingham RB330C - 2.25" spread (unknown calibration)

Gripper42004: BBSE, (unknown spread and calibration) http://www.gripboard.com/index.php?&au...si&img=4490

porkchop: 135# RB260N - 2 5/8" spread

Goody: HG300 - 2.25" spread (uncalibrated)

Bullit: HG300 - 2.25" spread (uncalibrated)

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The #3 is 3 inches, the #3.5 is 2 7/8. None of them are accurately calibrated but both are on the easier side. I have TNS'd a brand new #3 right out of the package after Rich Williams certified on it at the Arnold. I'm pretty sure Rich and Tex both saw it. This was a fairly stout 3 and had at least a 3" spread.

Yep, I am trying to certify on the 3.5 but some elbow, shoulder, and wrist problems have stalled my progress. If I can get back on track I think this is within my reach.

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The #3 is 3 inches, the #3.5 is 2 7/8. None of them are accurately calibrated but both are on the easier side. I have TNS'd a brand new #3 right out of the package after Rich Williams certified on it at the Arnold. I'm pretty sure Rich and Tex both saw it. This was a fairly stout 3 and had at least a 3" spread.

Yep, I am trying to certify on the 3.5 but some elbow, shoulder, and wrist problems have stalled my progress. If I can get back on track I think this is within my reach.

Thanks Wade. I will update. I definitely think the 3.5 cert is well within your reach!

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The #3 is 3 inches, the #3.5 is 2 7/8. None of them are accurately calibrated but both are on the easier side. I have TNS'd a brand new #3 right out of the package after Rich Williams certified on it at the Arnold. I'm pretty sure Rich and Tex both saw it. This was a fairly stout 3 and had at least a 3" spread.

Yep, I am trying to certify on the 3.5 but some elbow, shoulder, and wrist problems have stalled my progress. If I can get back on track I think this is within my reach.

Thanks Wade. I will update. I definitely think the 3.5 cert is well within your reach!

So if I can demonstrate a #2.5 CCS or TNS close then I can get on this list?

I been closing the #2.5 consistently with my right hand lately with a wide set, so I'll give this a try and make a video hopefully soon.

Wade, I think you can practically TNS any #3 given to you. The 3" spread #3's are rated at the range 150-155?

While the 2 7/8" #3's slightly below that (Most likely 145) ?

Have you been able to CCS your 3" #3.5's ? I think once you can close these consistently - you're ready for certification!

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The #3 is 3 inches, the #3.5 is 2 7/8. None of them are accurately calibrated but both are on the easier side. I have TNS'd a brand new #3 right out of the package after Rich Williams certified on it at the Arnold. I'm pretty sure Rich and Tex both saw it. This was a fairly stout 3 and had at least a 3" spread.

Yep, I am trying to certify on the 3.5 but some elbow, shoulder, and wrist problems have stalled my progress. If I can get back on track I think this is within my reach.

Thanks Wade. I will update. I definitely think the 3.5 cert is well within your reach!

So if I can demonstrate a #2.5 CCS or TNS close then I can get on this list?

I been closing the #2.5 consistently with my right hand lately with a wide set, so I'll give this a try and make a video hopefully soon.

Wade, I think you can practically TNS any #3 given to you. The 3" spread #3's are rated at the range 150-155?

While the 2 7/8" #3's slightly below that (Most likely 145) ?

Have you been able to CCS your 3" #3.5's ? I think once you can close these consistently - you're ready for certification!

Yes Danny. Get that thing with a CCS and you are on the list. A video would be great, but not necessary.

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CCS

Teemu I: 182# IM 3.5 & 182# BBE http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gY7q3y8yxaU

Paul Knight: 168# IM 3.5

Wade Gillingham IM 3.5 (uncalibrated)

1stCoC: 154.24# IM 3

Timo Tuukkanen: 153.4# IM3

(2:55 mark)

CoC#3: 150# IM 3

Captain Sam: 144.6# IM 3

Eric Milfeld: 143# IM 3

Goody: IM 3 (uncalibrated) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JbQnLGTZt0Q

Bullitt (me): IM 3 (uncalibrated)

AuCraigCall: IM3 (uncalibrated)

Vikingsrule92: 132# IM 2.5

porkchop: 122.5# IM2.5

TNS

Normal Spread >/=2.75"

Teemu I: 169# BBE

Timo Tuukkanen 154.53# IM3 - 2.91" spread

(lefty was 132.45# IM2.5 w/2.83" spread)

Paul Knight: 154# IM 3 - 2 7/8" spread

Wade Gillingham: IM 3 - 3" spread (uncalibrated)

Captain Sam: 130# IM 2.5

Mikael Siverson 123# IM 2.5

Bullitt: Filed IM 2.5 (uncalibrated) - 3" spread

Hammy: IM 2.5 (uncalibrated) - 2.80"

Eric Milfeld IM 2.5 (uncalibrated)

Narrow Spread <2.75"

jad: 155# RB330N - 2.25" spread

Wade Gillingham RB330C - 2.25" spread (unknown calibration)

Gripper42004: BBSE, (unknown spread and calibration) http://www.gripboard.com/index.php?&au...si&img=4490

porkchop: 135# RB260N - 2 5/8" spread

Goody: HG300 - 2.25" spread (uncalibrated)

Bullit: HG300 - 2.25" spread (uncalibrated)

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The #3 is 3 inches, the #3.5 is 2 7/8. None of them are accurately calibrated but both are on the easier side. I have TNS'd a brand new #3 right out of the package after Rich Williams certified on it at the Arnold. I'm pretty sure Rich and Tex both saw it. This was a fairly stout 3 and had at least a 3" spread.

Yep, I am trying to certify on the 3.5 but some elbow, shoulder, and wrist problems have stalled my progress. If I can get back on track I think this is within my reach.

Thanks Wade. I will update. I definitely think the 3.5 cert is well within your reach!

So if I can demonstrate a #2.5 CCS or TNS close then I can get on this list?

I been closing the #2.5 consistently with my right hand lately with a wide set, so I'll give this a try and make a video hopefully soon.

Wade, I think you can practically TNS any #3 given to you. The 3" spread #3's are rated at the range 150-155?

While the 2 7/8" #3's slightly below that (Most likely 145) ?

Have you been able to CCS your 3" #3.5's ? I think once you can close these consistently - you're ready for certification!

Yes Danny. Get that thing with a CCS and you are on the list. A video would be great, but not necessary.

Okay made a video (it's bad quality) : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bm49alKUX-Y

The #2.5 is the clearest from a certain angle about 50 seconds into the video after the close.

What kind of close would you say this is? Just wondering what it qualifies for - MMS or CCS?

I'll make another video with the Credit Card if needed.

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Okay made a video (it's bad quality) : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bm49alKUX-Y

The #2.5 is the clearest from a certain angle about 50 seconds into the video after the close.

What kind of close would you say this is? Just wondering what it qualifies for - MMS or CCS?

I'll make another video with the Credit Card if needed.

I think the credit card is required for a credit card set :D

Otherwise, it's just wide.

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The #3 is 3 inches, the #3.5 is 2 7/8. None of them are accurately calibrated but both are on the easier side. I have TNS'd a brand new #3 right out of the package after Rich Williams certified on it at the Arnold. I'm pretty sure Rich and Tex both saw it. This was a fairly stout 3 and had at least a 3" spread.

Yep, I am trying to certify on the 3.5 but some elbow, shoulder, and wrist problems have stalled my progress. If I can get back on track I think this is within my reach.

Thanks Wade. I will update. I definitely think the 3.5 cert is well within your reach!

So if I can demonstrate a #2.5 CCS or TNS close then I can get on this list?

I been closing the #2.5 consistently with my right hand lately with a wide set, so I'll give this a try and make a video hopefully soon.

Wade, I think you can practically TNS any #3 given to you. The 3" spread #3's are rated at the range 150-155?

While the 2 7/8" #3's slightly below that (Most likely 145) ?

Have you been able to CCS your 3" #3.5's ? I think once you can close these consistently - you're ready for certification!

Yes Danny. Get that thing with a CCS and you are on the list. A video would be great, but not necessary.

Okay made a video (it's bad quality) : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bm49alKUX-Y

The #2.5 is the clearest from a certain angle about 50 seconds into the video after the close.

What kind of close would you say this is? Just wondering what it qualifies for - MMS or CCS?

I'll make another video with the Credit Card if needed.

Definitely wider than MMS, but tough to tell from that angle if it is CCS or not. Try it with a credit card and angle the camera better. I find it works better if the camera is more off to the side than right in front of you. You own that thing. CCS should not be a problem.

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The #3 is 3 inches, the #3.5 is 2 7/8. None of them are accurately calibrated but both are on the easier side. I have TNS'd a brand new #3 right out of the package after Rich Williams certified on it at the Arnold. I'm pretty sure Rich and Tex both saw it. This was a fairly stout 3 and had at least a 3" spread.

Yep, I am trying to certify on the 3.5 but some elbow, shoulder, and wrist problems have stalled my progress. If I can get back on track I think this is within my reach.

Thanks Wade. I will update. I definitely think the 3.5 cert is well within your reach!

So if I can demonstrate a #2.5 CCS or TNS close then I can get on this list?

I been closing the #2.5 consistently with my right hand lately with a wide set, so I'll give this a try and make a video hopefully soon.

Wade, I think you can practically TNS any #3 given to you. The 3" spread #3's are rated at the range 150-155?

While the 2 7/8" #3's slightly below that (Most likely 145) ?

Have you been able to CCS your 3" #3.5's ? I think once you can close these consistently - you're ready for certification!

Yes Danny. Get that thing with a CCS and you are on the list. A video would be great, but not necessary.

Okay made a video (it's bad quality) : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bm49alKUX-Y

The #2.5 is the clearest from a certain angle about 50 seconds into the video after the close.

What kind of close would you say this is? Just wondering what it qualifies for - MMS or CCS?

I'll make another video with the Credit Card if needed.

Definitely wider than MMS, but tough to tell from that angle if it is CCS or not. Try it with a credit card and angle the camera better. I find it works better if the camera is more off to the side than right in front of you. You own that thing. CCS should not be a problem.

I don't think CCS should be a problem for me.

Check out the WIDE reps on the #2:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0YWweH0Pln0

Especially on the last rep, it's a TNS.

This video isn't recent, I believe I'm stronger now.

I'm probably the weakest guy posting in this topic, but what would you say got you guys strongest?

I think what worked for me best is doing Holds on a MAX gripper and Attempts on a slightly above MAX gripper.

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The #3 is 3 inches, the #3.5 is 2 7/8. None of them are accurately calibrated but both are on the easier side. I have TNS'd a brand new #3 right out of the package after Rich Williams certified on it at the Arnold. I'm pretty sure Rich and Tex both saw it. This was a fairly stout 3 and had at least a 3" spread.

Yep, I am trying to certify on the 3.5 but some elbow, shoulder, and wrist problems have stalled my progress. If I can get back on track I think this is within my reach.

Thanks Wade. I will update. I definitely think the 3.5 cert is well within your reach!

So if I can demonstrate a #2.5 CCS or TNS close then I can get on this list?

I been closing the #2.5 consistently with my right hand lately with a wide set, so I'll give this a try and make a video hopefully soon.

Wade, I think you can practically TNS any #3 given to you. The 3" spread #3's are rated at the range 150-155?

While the 2 7/8" #3's slightly below that (Most likely 145) ?

Have you been able to CCS your 3" #3.5's ? I think once you can close these consistently - you're ready for certification!

Yes Danny. Get that thing with a CCS and you are on the list. A video would be great, but not necessary.

Okay made a video (it's bad quality) : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bm49alKUX-Y

The #2.5 is the clearest from a certain angle about 50 seconds into the video after the close.

What kind of close would you say this is? Just wondering what it qualifies for - MMS or CCS?

I'll make another video with the Credit Card if needed.

Definitely wider than MMS, but tough to tell from that angle if it is CCS or not. Try it with a credit card and angle the camera better. I find it works better if the camera is more off to the side than right in front of you. You own that thing. CCS should not be a problem.

I don't think CCS should be a problem for me.

Check out the WIDE reps on the #2:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0YWweH0Pln0

Especially on the last rep, it's a TNS.

This video isn't recent, I believe I'm stronger now.

I'm probably the weakest guy posting in this topic, but what would you say got you guys strongest?

I think what worked for me best is doing Holds on a MAX gripper and Attempts on a slightly above MAX gripper.

good stuff Danny! I don't think you will have any problem with the CCS on the 2.5. I think over crushes, BFNs on bigger grippers, and lots of near max singles helped me the most. The other really strong gripper guys on here would probably have better advice than this semi-newbie though. I know Teemu has had a lot of success with choker closes on bigger grippers. Widening the choker as he progresses. Everyone has their own way, the secret is finding out what works best for you. Great job. Let me know when you get the CCS on the 2.5 and I will add you to the list.

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