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Vano Sukhashvili - Level 1

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The GripBoard Proudly Certifies:


Vano Sukhashvili
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GripBoard Mash Monster Level 1


This certification is granted by The GripBoard as an independent third party with no ethical or commercial conflict of interest.
The Mash Monster Gripper is one of a limited number supplied and controlled by The GripBoard.
The gripper is closed with one hand under strict and uniformly ethical and authenticated conditions.
This momentous feat was demonstrated on video to assure it will be valid for posterity.



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Vano mashes the GripBoard Mash Monster Gripper - Level 1 with BOTH hands!

Official Mash Monster Video



Mash Monster Profile

Age: 25
Height: 5'8"
Weight: 198lbs
Date of Feat: March 23, 2013

How Long Grip Training
1 year and 7 months

Grip Training Info
MMS close, rolling, hammar vice gripper

Other Training Info
Bench press, russian bench press

Acknowledgements
I just like to give a thanks to everyone.

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Vano Sukhashvili, the 84th man in the world to close the Mash Monster Gripper - Level 1.

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Cannon
How did you get into grip training?

Happened to see an advertisement.


You are now a GripBoard Mash Monster, what would you recommend to those aspiring to close this gripper?

Many have said, but I repeat: it is necessary to do MMS close and not even think about TNS closes.


There seems to be a significant variation in the frequency of grip workouts among trainees. Have you experimented with workout frequency and it’s affect on your training?

I experimented with the frequency of training. I tried 2,3, 4, 5 times a week. In the end, I chose two times a week.


What are your favorite grip exercises?

My favorite exercise is MMS closing grippers.



What are some of your personal bests in grip exercises?

My personal record is closing 79.5kg RGC gripper (175#).


What do you believe is the most common mistake made by new grip trainees?

Beginners do not give their hands enough time to recover.

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