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Stephan Kesting from *******www.grapplearts.tv shows you his five favorite on-the-go grip training exercises
29 Sep 2009
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*******www.LeeHayward**** The forearm extensors are the most neglected muscle group when it comes to grip and forearm training. Most people just focus on the muscles that close the hand, but the forearm extensors (the muscles that open the hand) must be trained as well for maximal development. Just like you wouldn't train your biceps and forget about your triceps, the same idea applies when it comes to your forearms. One of the best forearm extensor exercises for strengthening the grip is Rubber Band Finger Extensions. Just get a thick rubber band and place your fingers and thumb inside the band. Spread your fingers as wide as possible, close them, and repeat. You can also do the same thing with your thumb and each finger individually. This is also an excellent exercise for anyone who suffers from elbow tendonitis and carpal tunnel syndrome because it helps balance out the muscles in the wrists and forearms, which can help relieve the pain and strain on the tendons.
25 Mar 2009
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*******www.slam-n-ropes**** - Immortal Martial Arts Inc. was the original manufacturer and distributor of the Battling Ropes® brand. After six years of supplying heavy training ropes for John Brookfield Immortal decided to launch their own new and improved patent pending brand of heavy training ropes called Slam N ropes®. All of our ropes are made of commercial quality materials specifically designed for rope waves, slams and undulation exercises. SLAM N ROPES® BRAND THE NEED FOR A BETTER ROPE: After much trial and error and product re-design and many thousands of dollars later, we came up with the best commercial quality and most functional design of heavy training ropes in the industry. We are convinced about the quality, durability and unique design of our products compared to what’s currently available that we have filed a full utility patent for our designs with the US Patent & Trademark office. In addition in 2012 Immortal received a registered trade mark certification by the USPTO for Slam N Ropes®.
22 Jan 2013
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Dumbbell pinch grip training with a 12,5 kilogram hexagonal dumbbell
17 Dec 2018
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Picking up a plate with the thumb and the little finger Warning: doing grip training by using less then 4 to 5 fingers is dangerous.
1 Apr 2019
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15 kilogram (33,07 pounds) plate, plate pinch with the thumb and the pointing finger for around 27 seconds Warning: Doing grip training while using less then 4-5 fingers can be dangerous
2 Apr 2019
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Holding a 5 kilogram (11,02 pounds) with only the right hands little finger for around 26 seconds Warning: Doing grip training while only using less then 4-5 fingers is dangerous.
3 Apr 2019
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Lifting 8,12 KG (17,9 pounds) with the thumb, pointing and middle finger Warning: Doing grip training while using less then 4-5 fingers is dangerous
2 May 2019
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Lifting and holding a 20 kilogram (44,09 pounds) plate with the thumb, pointing and middle finger for around 5 seconds Warning: Doing grip trainings while using less then 4-5 fingers is dangerous
2 May 2019
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Isometric hexagonal dumbbell pinch grip training with a 15 kilogram (33,07 pound) hexagonal dumbbell
23 May 2019
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10,14 KG (22,35 pounds) left handed three fingers pinch lift with the thumb, pointing and middle finger Warning: Doing grip trainings while using less then 4-5 fingers is dangerous.
30 Jul 2019
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10,14 KG (22,35 pounds) right three fingers pinch lift with the thumb, pointing and middle finger Warning: Doing grip trainings while using less then 4-5 fingers is dangerous
31 Jul 2019
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