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it is not directly grip related, but I think most of us here agree that tendon strength is primordial in grip.

Anyway, any ideas how to do plyometrics with grip?

would fast gripper closes work?


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I think fast gripper closes (on a "light" gripper) are very effective, when done correctly, but I'm not sure how you would duplicate the "bouncing" effect of plyometrics for the hands - bouncing fingertip push-ups?

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how about (with the grippers), closing the gripper halfway, letting go a little and then explosively close it?

Not very sure how effective that would be, as it would probably affect the speed of closure considerably, unless you use a very light gripper.

this could also be done with the TTK, I presume.

maybe with a sledgehammer, lowering it a little and then levering it explosively?

all looks pretty dangerous to me!

anyone tried this?

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