This workout was very good. I talked to Adam Glass on the phone the day before and he ran over a huge list of tips and tactics for me to take to get my grippers stronger. And the very first workout it paid off with some very solid closes on my easy Super Elite. Not a terribly hard gripper, but I’ve been backsliding and even a single close has been barely there lately.
This workout I did 5 singles on my 169lb Super Elite in 13 minutes. Missed the 6th attempt and then called the workout done right there. Did some warmup closes en route to the singles on the Super Elite. What made the biggest difference for me was doing the testing methodically and patiently to see what gripper I should be using that day. Then testing my stance. Stance made a big factor in my grip strength today.
Long story short is that biofeedback works!
If your workouts are stalled and you need to get them back on track there are 3 things you can do.
- Continue to work hard and get nothing in return. Like I’ve been doing for a while. Something was broken but I stubbornly refused to find out what it was so that I could fix it. That changed when I bought the Grip and Rip 2.1 DVD in February.
- Buy Grip and Rip 2.1 DVD.
- Contact Adam Glass and do the distance coaching that he offers.
Choice 1 sucks. Choices 2 and 3 are great.