just got my heavy grips crunker set

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  1. Maestro Nobones

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    surprised to see that I could close the 200 easily, and can allllllmost close the 250 :eek3:

    I shall not stop until I can roll up a frying pan :noes:
     
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    :rofl: I already got a blister on my right middle finger
     
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    where did you order from?
     
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    good stuff mango
     
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    a winnar is you. keep us all posted!
     
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    at what point did you start being able to tear phone books and pop beer cans, grouch?

    I feel like I got a little head start because in the martial art I started in we were taught to grip with the last 3 fingers, and did some grip exercises.

    I love the impact all this stuff is having on my grappling. I can really see the benefits most immediately on the mats.
     
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    Well the hardest part about phone books is maintaining a tight hold on the pages. You should most definitely be strong enough to do both once you crunk the HG250. The rest will just be technique
     
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    I tried on small phone book but couldn't get a good enough grip. Plus I fucked up the middle knuckle on my left hand (mostly likely from punching someone) and that made it tough.

    I need to get some full size books.. for the future :x:


    my lifting partner who went in halfs with me couldn't quite close the 200. he is psyched to start crunk training too.
     
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