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    Default Grip strength.

    What are you guys' favorite ways to train grip? Does anyone do anything unique? I love training grip and I am always looking to find new ways to do so.
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    I use the "Weight on a Rope". I've described it in detail in another post, if you want i can link to it or describe it here. It works incredibly well. I also cut, split and stack firewood all year long which helps a bunch.
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    Finger tip Push ups and yeah Weight on a rope finger tip pull ups Sledgehammer will do minimal Grip and Farmers walk With Real heavy dumbells
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    kettlebell snatches and 2 handed swings for time, rope climbs, anything w/ a clubbell
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    What's farmer's walk? Lately, I've been doing that Ironmind grips...those are pretty good. I also do towel pullups....there's a lot of stuff.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Vanilla Gorilla View Post
    What's farmer's walk?
    1. Pick up two dumbbells
    2. Pick a distance
    3. Walk that distance while carrying the dumbbells

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    Oh, gotcha. Sand bags do the trick for that
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