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Post by Cesar on Tue Jul 22, 2014 3:25 pm

grip training

From the Art of Manliness site.
Why it is good to work and not neglect.
Different type of grip strenght and training
what to do.
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Post by Journeyman on Tue Jul 22, 2014 5:42 pm

That's a decent intro to specific grip work.

There's no way you can focus on all the aspects of grip strength simultaneously though, it'll take time to adapt to the workload (and, I assume you don't have entire days to devote to eleventy different grip movements like some specialists do).

imo--the other stuff you're doing (swings, pullups) will take care of support grip. Choose a pinch or finger lift and an extensor training drill and just do a couple sets after your other stuff.
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Post by Dave on Tue Jul 22, 2014 10:05 pm

I love single arm bumper plate upright rows for training pinch grip. Alternating side to side or a number of reps per side before tossing to the other hand. Forty-fives are the perfect thickness and weight (for me). Haven't done them in over half a year though.
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