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Diesel Crew Shirts

Tuesday, September 5th, 2017

Diesel Shirts

I’m back from holding a Grip Challenge alongside the Arm Wrestling Tournament at the Great New York State Fair, and I’ve got some shirts left over, so I’ve posted them below. Also, I’ve put up the other shirts I have left over from past orders. You can save on shipping by ordering multiple shirts. Any questions, please let me know.



Diesel Punisher Flag Shirt

Womens Large

Womens XL

Mens Medium

Mens Large

Mens XL

Mens 3XL

How Many Inches Can You Handle

My Gripper’s Bigger Than Yours

Mens Black with White Print – XL

My Gripper’s Bigger Thank Yours

Mens Light Blue – Small

Pinchin’ Ain’t Easy – Red Print

Mens Small

Pinchin’ Ain’t Easy – Purple Print

Mens Large

Crushin’ Grippers Like It’s My Job

Mens Yellow Large

Crushin’ Grippers Like It’s My Job

Mens Medium

Mens Large

Crushin’ Grippers Like It’s My Job

Merry Gripmas

Mens Heather Gray Large

Merry Gripmas

No Luck Needed Jersey

Mens XL Only

Beginner Grip Training: Basic Thick Grip Training

Tuesday, May 9th, 2017

Beginner Grip Training: Basic Thick Bar Work

This is the latest installment in my Beginner Grip Training series. Up to this point, I’ve already touched on Plate Pinch Grip Training, and Gripper Training, but did you know that even if you don’t have a single piece of grip strength training equipment, you’ve got perfect access to in just about ANY gym around?

It’s true – you can work Thick Bar in your next workout, and this video shows you how.

Thick Bar Training in Any Gym

What questions do you have about Grip Training, Thick Bar Work, etc? Leave a comment below – I’d love to hear from you.

All the best in your training,


225lb Bench Press for Reps

Thursday, May 4th, 2017

While most of what you see from me is Grip Training related, I actually do much more training than just Grip.

In fact, I do just as much, if not more training, for my full body.

Every so often, I even try a mainstream strength challenge to see where I’m at.

Even though I’ve only benched with a barbell a couple of times in the last 18 months, I wanted to see how many reps I could get in the 225lb Bench Press for Reps that you see done in the NFL Combine and other tests.

I’ve done this test a few times in the past, but honestly I have no idea how much I’ve gotten before. I *believe* this is the most reps I’ve ever gotten.

Throughout all of 2016, my main objective flat bench pressing was Dumbbell Bench Press, because it didn’t hurt my shoulders, as much as Barbell Bench.

Well, as it turns out, I had developed some bad habits with my Bench Press technique, and these habits are what was causing my issues, not the Barbell Bench itself.

I figured this out when I visited my friend Jerry Shreck, head strength coach from Bucknell University.

He corrected my form while we trained on the Bamboo & Tsunami bars at his gym, and ever since, my shoulders have started feeling better and better.

By using these bars, I was really able to lock in my form, and feel my lats working the way they’re supposed to during the Bench Press. By working on this form and training for endurance in my lats, I think my form is back closer to where it should be, at least as far as my upper body positioning is concerned.

Naturally, with proper form comes improved strength. As I said above, I think I got into some bad habits with my Bench Press set-up that over time caused some serious discomfort.

Once this form issue was identified, and as I worked to correct it, the pain subsided, and I gradually built back some of my strength.

I still have no clue what my Max Bench Press might be, and I don’t really care right now, as I’m much more interested in working back up to 150lb Dumbbell Bench Presses.

But we’ll see what happens!

I hope you got something out of this quick Bench Press post, and if you have any questions, please feel free to comment.

Thanks and all the best in your training.


It’s Never Too Early to Start August of Arms

Beginner Grip Training – Gripper Training and Closing Styles

Wednesday, May 3rd, 2017

Beginner Gripper Training

I’m posting a series of grip training videos for beginner grip guys and gals, here: Beginner Pinch Grip Training. I’ve already posted beginner pinch grip training, and today, I’m sharing beginner gripper training.

Gripper Training is a way to build and measure how much CRUSHING force you have in your hands. Grippers are a lot of fun to train and close, and can be quite addicting!

Take note, there are a lot of things to know about gripper training technique, if you decide you want to go for certification, if you want to close the biggest grippers possible in your training, or if you ever decide to compete.

If you’re ready to take the jump into Gripper Training, then you want my video, CRUSH – Total Gripper Domination. Available as both a digital online DVD and a hare copy video, it will cover everything you need to know about gripper technique and the drills that will help you fully develop your crush.

All the best in your training.


Everything You Need to Know About Gripper Training in One Awesome Product: CRUSH

Equipment for Sale in Florida

Sunday, February 12th, 2017

I’m helping out a friend who lives in Florida sell a bunch of his equipment. He’s hit some rough times and needs to sell his gear to cover some medical expenses. If you’re interested in anything, please email me and I will forward your email to him.

log bar

atlas stones (100lbs, 150lbs)

battling ropes

15′ climbing rope 2″ thick

kettlebells and dumbells all sizes

hollow 2″ axel bar

plate loaded circus dumbell


2″ wrestling mat

exercise mat

suspension devices

power rack

deadlift trap bar

titans telegraph

heavy bags


football bar

agility ladder

All items are used and a bit worn but very usable.

I will take the best offer but they must pay for shipping.

Message me with questions.