There’s been some questions and confusion about how Negatives should be done for Grip Lifts.
The basics: you lift it with one hand and lower More on How Grip Negatives Should Be Done
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When working an implement back into the regular rotation, the first problem I always have is figuring out a consistent grip set-up.
Today, I’m sharing More on Technique Adjustment on Fat Bastard Jug for Bigger Lifts
This past King Kong of Grip, I was able to break through the 215-220 window on Little Big Horn.
I knew eventually I would figure More on The Difference Maker for Me on Little Big Horn
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LITTLE BIG HORN
In the past, I’ve talked about the importance of trying new things and ironing out details in order to improve your performance on More on Make or Break: Little Big Horn Set-up
There are lots of types of Anvil Horn trainers out there.
The 3 main ones are the Little Big Horn (from IronMind) The Sorinex Anvil More on The Hybrid Horn Training (TGA Members Only)