How to Set a Gripper
So you bought the Grippers. Now it’s time to close them.
So you chalk up and you bury the thing in your hand.
You squeeze onto the spring with your left hand, you work every finger onto it with your right.
The whole time your ass is shaking like a pig passing peach pits.
Your grip FINALLY feels good after wrestling with it for 15 seconds.
You lift it up overhead so you can get momentum, just like pitcher would get ready to hurl a pitch.
You thrust the gripper down near the side of your leg and hold it there as your hand shakes like the last green leaf on a try with the Autumn approaching.
IS IT CLOSED????? you scream to your workout partner.
ALMOST he says and he holds his finger and thumb this far apart…
In Gripper Training, a distance like that is like missing by a MILE.
For many new Grip Trainees, this distance can be shortened very easily.
It’s done by improving your Set.
Like any other execution of strength, Grippers involve technique.
You’ve got to learn How to Set a Gripper.
When you improve your technique, you will improve your performance.
I’ll show you. Check it out…
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