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Grappler Press – New Video

Utilizing an Elite Swiss Bar, grappler presses build isometric and decelerative strength in the biceps, shoulders and back.  Football players, grapplers, combat athletes, rugby players and many other sports will benefit from this movement.


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6 Responses to “Grappler Press – New Video”

  1. thefightgeek Says:

    Couldn’t you just use dumbbells with a ‘hammer curl’ grip?

    Anyway, I’ll give it a go…

    thanks 🙂

  2. Jim Smith Says:

    Of course, that is a great alternative!

  3. Justin Keogh Says:

    what weight would you suggest using compared to your regular incline press?

  4. Jim Smith Says:

    I would definitely just play it by ear. Start at 40-50% and see if you can stabilize it. The goal is to not let it touch your legs.

  5. Pedro A. Morales Says:

    Awesome!!! Very Innovative! I love the work Diesel Crew does! I don’t have a Barbell or dumbbells (not matching), but I hope to try these with SandBags as soon as I get a Bench! Would be a Sick Super set to match these with Diesel Rows!!! Keep up the great work! Love the updates!

    Sincerely

    Pedro

  6. zach even - esh Says:

    smitty, did the grappler press 2day after we chatted, HARD as hell, WAY harder than it looks!

    i worked up to 45 lbs ea. side and hit 2 sets of 3 at this weight and even had trouble w/it

    i like it a lot

    i’ll def. get this going w/ALL my athletes, i love the power involved in it

    i also have a log trainer bar, not able to go as wide as swiss bar, but i think should be cool, it’s this bar from sorinex, any thoughts on it?

    –> http://store.sorinex.com/7_Log_Training_Bar_p/slt-1.htm

    it’s prob as wide as the middle handles on the swiss bar and it weighs 50 lbs i think

    psyched 2 c u guys on jan 10th

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