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MILO Journal: Weight Training and Fitness - Learn grip stuff from John Brookfield and others

MILO Articles by Topic: Grip strength

 

John Brookfield:  
      • Card tearing 1.4
      • Driving a nail 2.1
      • Feats of strength 2.2
      • Hand grippers 4.2
      • Bending nails 4.3
      • Bending horseshoes 4.4
      • Brick lift 5.2
      • Sand bags 5.3
      • Cables 5.4
      • Mashing potatoes 6.1
      • Bale rolling 6.2
      • Hole digging 6.3
      • Scrollwork 9.2
      • Plate cleans 9.3
      • Rock lifting 10.1
      • Cardio 10.2
      • Strength and conditioning 10.3
      • Stones and steel 10.4
      • Board work 11.1
      • Squeezing/crushing 11.3
      • Bending Red Nail™ 11.4
      • Bear walk 12.1
      • Steel bending 12.2
      • Crushing frying pan 12.3
Card tearing 5.2
Grip and forearm development 5.4
Building grip and forearm 6.1
Nail bending 7.1
Captains of Crush No. 3 gripper 7.4

   

Building forearms 8.1
Wrist strength 8.1
Wrist rollers 8.2
Rock climber's grip 9.2
Grip training 9.4
Campus board training 10.1
"Kung-fu" grip training 12.4
"Ninja" grip training 13.1
Pinch grip chins 13.2
Grip tension techniques 13.3
Stick push-ups 13.3
Spike-bending training 14.4
Push/pull method 15.2
Grip training with oven mitts 15.3
Training for CoC certification 15.3
Training for competitions 18.2
Wrist roller training 20.1
Gripper training 20.3
Grip sport approach 20.3
CoC No. 3 certification workouts 21.2
Working man's hands 22.1
One-arm pinkie pull-up 22.2
Hand strength and age 23.2
Grip strength for shooting 23.2
Wrist training 24.1
Grip for mas wrestling 24.2

 

 

 

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