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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Hub Lifting is considered by many to be one of the types of grip lifting that favors smaller hands.
I agree with this statement, especially More on How to Make Your Hands Smaller for Plate Hub Lifting (HUH???)