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Sir, at a bodyweight of 455 pounds grip training would not be your problem. Grip Training adds very little to your forearm mass, and if it is as well encapsulated as you indicate, even a doubling of grip muscle mass would not be noticeable. At the same time, the increased grip strength might be beneficial to your health, if we are to believe some medical studies that were posted here during early summer.

Besides: This is the GripBoard. Grip training is what we're about.

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Roark

If the measurements you are offering are

accurate, Baer, your forearms must be a

study in parallel lines. To get the sweep

of proportional distance that you have, I

need only to measure my forearm three inches

about my wrist. (And my forearms would hardly

cause a lineup of fitness women to lose

concentration.)

Perhaps you should not worry about getting

your forearms too large, but about getting

them large enough to be proportionate to

your wrist size. That is, if you care about

training, because your post seems out of

place in this venue.

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