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Hi all Just managing to rep the no. 2 COC gripper x5 should i move on to the 2.5 now or carry on training with no. 2? i feel my grip has come on as i couldn't close the no.2 at the beginning.  Thanks for your help.

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I would keep crushing the #2 for some more time. Do more sets or reps. Depending on the strength of your #2, the #2.5 is usually a good way up in strength.

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I would file the #2 untill I could almost close it and then work on it again untill I do. Then, when closed, move up to the #2.5.

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Fist of Fury
8 hours ago, Duncan said:

Hi all Just managing to rep the no. 2 COC gripper x5 should i move on to the 2.5 now or carry on training with no. 2? i feel my grip has come on as i couldn't close the no.2 at the beginning.  Thanks for your help.

Keep doing what you have been doing. It seems to work, totally unnecessary to change anything.

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9 hours ago, Duncan said:

Hi all Just managing to rep the no. 2 COC gripper x5 should i move on to the 2.5 now or carry on training with no. 2? i feel my grip has come on as i couldn't close the no.2 at the beginning.  Thanks for your help.

What kind of reps? CCS or MMS? Anyway depending on how hard your #2 and #2.5 (and how good you are at repping/maxing) you probably need to be able to do 10ish reps on the #2 before you can close the #2.5.

You could also try and buy a gripper that's usually sort of in the middle of these two, like a GHP5 or a RB210. Check this for rating data on most common grippers. https://cannonpowerworks.com/pages/grip-strength-ratings-data

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