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Andrew Dube
4 hours ago, Mike Rinderle said:

Actually it does for 2hp.  Your 2hp should be more than twice your 1hp because you can torque into it.  Look at everyone's 2hp numbers vs their 1hp.  Totally different than thick bar.

This is definitely true for me. I can pretty consistently hit 180 on the flask two handed but only 85/75 on a good day one handed. I feel like the ability to torque into the implement makes it less of a friction lift which is why my two handed lifts are more consistent.

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Climber028
14 minutes ago, Andrew Dube said:

This is definitely true for me. I can pretty consistently hit 180 on the flask two handed but only 85/75 on a good day one handed. I feel like the ability to torque into the implement makes it less of a friction lift which is why my two handed lifts are more consistent.

The counter torque increases the normal forces on each side of both hands, that's why most people can lift more than 2x their single hand. It's still the same coefficient of friction, it just simulates a higher clamping force in each hand. 

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Lucasraymond

I'm one of the strange people where my combined 1HP (116 RH, 103 LH) is barely less than my 2HP (227)....hoping I can get that to change here in the next few months. 

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Mike Rinderle

Sunday Funday.  Finally some nice weather. 

2 3/8" NN Near miss with 370 and got 333 to height thumbless.

Then I went to work on the blobs.

Worked up to a few high pulls on the fatman.  Couldn't quite get it high enough to flip it over for a clean.  Got a 3 finger lift and got big air with 2 fingers.

 

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Mike Rinderle

Yesterday: worked up to 3 one second SB holds with 210 lb #4.  Then my crepe paper skin tore. 

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Joseph Sullivan
19 minutes ago, Mike Rinderle said:

Yesterday: worked up to 3 one second SB holds with 210 lb #4.  Then my crepe paper skin tore. 

Wow

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Mike Rinderle

Hands were pretty beat up from grippers yesterday but I got a new toy from @Lucasraymond so I had to give it a go.

60mm Cannon.  Hopefully, training with this will get me something decent on the Jug at NAGS.  

 

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On 3/26/2019 at 5:54 AM, Mike Rinderle said:

Yesterday: worked up to 3 one second SB holds with 210 lb #4.  Then my crepe paper skin tore. 

Great hold!  

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Joseph Sullivan
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20 hours ago, Mike Rinderle said:

Hands were pretty beat up from grippers yesterday but I got a new toy from @Lucasraymond so I had to give it a go.

60mm Cannon.  Hopefully, training with this will get me something decent on the Jug at NAGS.  

 

I find zero Difference in the difficulty between the two and three eights inch and the 2.5 inch jug. Exactly the same, in fact I actually thought I did better with a 2.5 inch jug than the 2 3/8 inch canon

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Mike Rinderle
4 hours ago, Joseph Sullivan said:

I find zero Difference in the difficulty between the two and three eights inch and the 2.5 inch jug. Exactly the same, in fact I actually thought I did better with a 2.5 inch jug than the 2 3/8 inch canon

Cool.  Hopefully I won't embarrass myself at NAGS then.  Lol

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Joseph Sullivan
25 minutes ago, Mike Rinderle said:

Cool.  Hopefully I won't embarrass myself at NAGS then.  Lol

Nope, 100% you won’t. I don’t know if I’m doing nationals this year. We shall see. But I can tell you, the 2.5 actually felt better to me than the 2 3/8. I got over 250 with it at KK... can’t remember the exact number 

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Mike Rinderle

Brutalized myself at Jason Otto's place Saturday.  Still hurting today.  Plus I'm missing a chit ton of skin.  So I just worked up to a couple easy sets of 5 with the AASS Cannon and called it a day.  

 

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EricMilfeld
On 3/26/2019 at 4:54 AM, Mike Rinderle said:

Yesterday: worked up to 3 one second SB holds with 210 lb #4.  Then my crepe paper skin tore. 

Strong crush, Mike!

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Mike Rinderle
7 minutes ago, EricMilfeld said:

Strong crush, Mike!

Thanks buddy! 

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Mike Rinderle

10262019

115, 200, 77, 235

 

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Mike Rinderle

2 3/8 NN: Worked up to 371

LBH: A good number

3" pinch up to 101 with left hand

The height marker is at 7" so I'm pretty sure the 371 would have hit the 6" crossbar. 

 

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Joseph Sullivan
1 minute ago, Mike Rinderle said:

2 3/8 NN: Worked up to 371

LBH: A good number

3" pinch up to 101 with left hand

The height marker is at 7" so I'm pretty sure the 371 would have hit the 6" crossbar. 

 

Solid!!! You’re still on 🔥 

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Shoggoth

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