The other day, an endurance athlete who was involved in Spartan Races asked me for some grip training advice. Without diving into complex equipment, I laid out these ideas for easy bodyweight grip hanging progressions. This is a low-equipment way anyone can use to develop strong hands and fingers. The basics are a: Two-handed bar […]
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This episode features Clay Edgin, famed competitor in strongman, grip sport and also the little known in the US, mas wrestling. In this podcast you’ll find tons of tips for training all of the above, that Clay used to become massively strong.
I’ve been asked to give a tour of my gym, so I decided to create this video and share it with you. My gym is actually located in a two-car garage, but since the gym takes all the space, no cars go in here. Apart from various bodyweight training and weightlifting, I am also involved […]
The following is a guest article from Jarell Lindsey. As an athlete, you can have many goals. A soccer star may wish to be the best defensive mid, so focus on some speed, some blocking accuracy, and a strong leg to send the ball back up the field. A competitive lifter may wish to focus […]
If you are looking to get started in grip training at home, there are many affordable (or even free) options. Most people will start with hand grippers, even though they are not so effective for developing grip strength for other things you might need, as they quite specific. However, if you are just getting started […]