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    Doing chin ups every second day and heavy deads once a week I find not much time to train grip these days - my Captains of Crush are getting dusty.

    I've noticed the following types grip strength:
    - open palm holding (doorway frames doing chins, rock climbing)
    - closed grip holding (double overhand heavy deads, shrugs)
    - crushing (captains of crush)
    - being a dick and trying to hurt someone in a handshake (I dont actually train this one :P)
    I don't notice much carry over from one to the other.

    My PB with the CoC's is 8 closes of no 2, 3 of 2.5, and 0 of the no3. Have gotten the no3 a couple of mm off being shut but never further. Training them seriously interfered with other things too much.
    1rms: BP: 140kg touch'n go, MP: 85kg, Weighted Chin ups:60kg+104kg bodyweight. Squats/deadlifts: Injured, maybe 20kg each now (including bar weight).


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    I have found that chin ups, pull ups, hanging leg raises, deadlifts, more deadlifts, RDLs have all helped my grip strength... Guess it is just a case of keep at it and progression should come along!


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    I wish I could fit more farmers walks into my routine but for the odd week or two that I do it, I need less chalk for my deadlifts so go figure..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jungman View Post
    I wish I could fit more farmers walks into my routine but for the odd week or two that I do it, I need less chalk for my deadlifts so go figure..
    It takes two minutes


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    Quote Originally Posted by Silverback View Post
    It takes two minutes
    No need for multiple reps/walks? counting 5 sets and rest time it added 20+ minutes to my training
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    Not sure if related to grip training but saw a guy a few weeks back and in the bent over position rolled a barbell over his back. Wierd.
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    mobilitywod perhaps?
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    My grip goal is to be ranked #1 in the world in my weight class (74k) overall in the three major events (e.g. by holding the #1 spot in at least two out of the three) in the sport of grip strength (grippers, 2HP and DoH axle deadlift). I want to achieve this by next year. I am hopelessly competitive by nature and can't settle for anything less.


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