Captains of Crush IronMind Hand Grippers
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I've found through experience that the number one way to develop flexor/pronator mass or, if you're not careful, biceps tendinitis and pain, is by using a high-strain grip in a full range of motion exercise. This usually involves using high resistance with a pinch or open-hand grip. But then I came upon something that really caught my interest: Captains of Crush grippers, made by a company called IronMind. Through IronMind's certification program for people who have officially closed any of the three toughest models, Captains of Crush Grippers have become an "internationally recognized measure of strength."  History [ edit ]
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In 1994, IronMind released its most difficult gripper, the No. 4. Later they introduced two new models in 2004 that were easier to close than the Trainer: the Guide and the Sport. The company released three "bridge grippers" in 2006 — No. 1.5, No. 2.5 and No 3.5 —, then finally, the No. 0.5 in 2011,  bringing the total number of gripper models it sells to 11.Tex Henderson: First Man in the World to Certify on the Captains of Crush No. 3.5 Gripper". IronMind Enterprises, Inc. 2008-05-02. Archived from the original on 2013-01-26 . Retrieved 2008-08-06. is there a way to define how many reps are required to progress from one gripper to another based on 1RM calculation? has anyone evidence that supports or discredits these calculations? I was already pretty familiar with hand grippers, but was never terribly impressed when I used them.
No. 3: It's the international benchmark of a world-class grip. Close this gripper under official conditions and get certified. According to Pavel Tsatsouline, one of the world’s foremost strength experts, increasing grip strength is one of the easiest and fastest ways to become stronger. 3 The other way: building core strength.
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Advanced Set:Trainer (100LB), CoC 1 (140LB), CoC 1.5 (167.5 LB), CoC 2 (195 LB), and CoC 2.5 (237.5 LB)