Will “Greasing the Groove” Help Me Close Bigger Grippers
I got a question on my YouTube Channel about Greasing the Groove for Grippers, and I answered it in a recent video.
Mainly, the writer wants to know if the commonly known “Greasing the Groove” method, which is often used for Pull-ups, Push-ups, and other strength maneuvers, can work to help increase crushing strength with Grippers.
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Gripper Training Program: Cadence Based Training
Of all the different facets of Grip Training, you ask me about one WAY MORE than the others.
There’s no doubt about it that Gripper Training, developing a monstrous crushing grip, is the most popular type of Grip Training today.
And the one thing I have heard from you over the years is that you needed a program to guide you to your gripper training goals.
You’ve talked to be about your aspirations.
And you’ve talked to me about your frustrations.
You’ve talked to be about your Personal Records.
And you’ve talked to me about your Personal Plateaus.
You’ve told me about your successes, when everything you were doing was working.
And you’ve told me about your injuries, when what you were doing was doing more harm than good.
Well, about a year ago, I decided it was time to finally put together the Gripper Training Program to help YOU ALL attain your goals.
And now, I bring you Cadence Based Gripper Training.
This program is built upon 4 Core Concepts, each designed to help you continually make progress with your grippers, while also helping you stay injury free.
4 Core Concepts of Cadence Based Gripper Training
Every single set, rep and attempt you take in your gripper training must have a purpose. There must be a reason behind it. You should never do repetitions just to meet a quota or hit some rep count. With Cadence Based Gripper Training, the volume is limited to what is necessary. Nothing more, nothing less.
Success Based Training
With Grippers, failure should never become the norm. Too many misses in gripper training creates serious problems. The hand does not get worked properly and glaring weaknesses develop. Before you know it, you are missing more and more. Cadence Based Training is designed to prevent misses and keep you closing grippers with authority.
Erasing All Weaknesses
Often, too much emphasis is placed on the Gripper attempt, when you are squeezing on the handles with the crushing hand. In reality, there are many other weaknesses to be aware of and address to fully maximize your crushing grip capabilities, and Cadence Based Training addresses these opportunities.
Stay Healthy at All Times
For a long time, it’s been clear to me that you have no problem putting the effort into your gripper training sessions. However, it seems that your focus is so intensely fixed on the training, that you often forget to take care of yourself as well. You can’t get stronger when you are hurt. This facet of the Cadence Based Gripper Training Program is designed to ensure that you stay healthy, putting together more quality workouts, and attaining your goals even faster.
I think this program is going to be a breath of fresh air for a lot of people. It is not built on the same principles that other programs have been built on.
Cadence Based Gripper Training is built on becoming stronger on grippers. Bottom Line.
This is the program you need. Grab it today for just $19, during the introductory period.
All the best in your training.
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