Two New Products – Grab Ball and Finnish BallFriday, October 7th, 2022
Performance Tips on the Grab Ball and Finnish Ball
Today, I’ve got 2 very quick and information-packed new products for you.
These two 10-minute videos cover the lifting technique I use for the Grab Ball and the Finnish Ball, both of which are implements in this year’s King Kong of Grip.
They also give lifters a lot of trouble.
I’m trying to fix that, today.
By sharing this information, I’m probably gonna be providing some competitors that are going to be breathing down my neck in the standings the EXACT INFORMATION they need to over-take me.
But that’s a chance I’m willing to take in order to help people get better and improve the level of expertise across the sport.
For the next few days, the price of each of these videos, is just $9.99.
As soon as I get the Paypal receipt, your video access page, or pages, will be headed towards to your inbox.
Just click the buttons below to get them headed your way.
But before you do that, I’ve got an even better deal for you…
I’ll give you both of these videos 100% free if you join my site, TheGripAuthority.com, for 30 days, for $9.99.
For the price of just 1 of these products, when you join me at TGA, you’ll get both, the Grab Ball video AND the Finnish Ball video.
PLUS, you’ll get instant access to over 12 years of information on Grip Training, Grip Feats, Grip Sport, and Strongman training!
If in any way, you’re not happy with the TGA Membership, you can cancel at any time.
But I want you to try it out, so I’m making this special deal today.
In Summary, if you just want the videos, click the Add to Cart buttons below the video you’d like buy. Make your purchase and I’ll send you the page to view them as soon as I get the notification.
But, if you’d like to test drive TheGripAuthority.com for 30 days, then click the bottom button, and start exploring my expansive Grip Strength Instructional Site to your hearts content, PLUS, you’ll be able to tap into today’s new videos on the Grab Ball and Finnish Ball.
The choice is yours:
Thanks and all the best in your training.