So, the goal with grip training for me is to close the COC#1 with authority sometime and move onto the 1.5. I want to get my revolving handle deadlift 1rm up to 100 pounds…or more :) immediate goals for pinch grip…one hand a 45 pound plate…i can do the 35 for easy reps…but can't budge a 45…gonna have to find a way to micro load. and hockey puck hub i'd like to be able to pick up 35 pounds once.
so…tools of the trade that i have available:
-coc sport, trainer, #1. can hit sport for 20 reps…trainer for five…#1 for a few singles with the right hand…nothing on the left.
-revolving deadlift handle which i can lift 75 pounds for one.
-hockey puck hub which i can lift 22.5 pounds for a pretty hard single.
-plate pinch deads which i can one hand 35 pounds for about 7 reps.
-a set of fat gripz i can add to the barbell to make it about 2.25" around.
-can do deadlift static holds.
-for db rows i have been grabbing two kbs, so it's a pretty wide grip.
regular workout is as such:
monday: deadlifts, a press, single leg movement, core.
wednesday: front squats, inverted rows, slideboard leg curls, core
friday: heavy chins, banded pushups or neutral grip floor press, db/kb rows, maybe another unilateral lower body lift, core
so where do i fit everything in…and when do i use static holds with the hub and the revolving handle, negatives with the grippers, etc?
i'm thinking on monday i could do static holds after deads…fat grip presses…and then hockey puck pinch grip deads for reps. on wednesday i will train grippers and revolving handle deads…friday could be plate pinch deads and then grippers again saturday.
any thoughts are appreciated :) first priorities are grippers and revolving handle deads.