For years, you’ve seen how much I deload implements and feat items in order to develop the strength to lift them.
Today, I’ve got something More on A New Way to Deload Blobs and Inch Dumbbells
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I’ve said many times, the best thing that ever happened to my Grip Training was getting my friend, Luke Raymond, as a partner.
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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
This video quickly covers a technique adjust I made recently that has instantly turned into more consistent performance above 400# on the IronMind Axle.
I’ve pretty much stalled in my progress on the Finnish Ball, around 90#, right-handed. I wasn’t even training the left hand at all, but I More on New Finnish Ball Technique I’m Trying Out
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Recently I noticed something I had to do with the Grip Genie RGT, that is different from the way I’ve lifted other rolling handles, so More on Grip Genie RGT (Rolling Grip Thingy) Technique Analysis
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