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I was 13 when i first got into gripping and the main reason i got into it was to crush peoples hands so i got the whole grip genie set and now i can crush most peoples hands I really recommend these grippers if you’d like to feel powerful
THANKS BROTHER! Grip n' Rip!!! -Tom
Grip Genie provided a great introduction to much needed Grip Training
I'm 33, and noticed my grip had become my weak point keeping me from heavy lifts. I've followed Juji and Tom on their channel for some time and finally decided to start focusing on grip training. I didn't know where I was at on grip so I bought the set of 6, along with a few other products, from Grip Genie and incorporated them into the end of my arm days with the occasional grip test for fun on other days. When the grippers first arrived I could manage a GG3 right off, I was just happy I atleast fell within the intermediate range. A couple weeks after that and I managed to move up to a GG4 and about a month and half after that closed the GG5 for the first time. The GG5 is when it gets real and I still have to be having a good day to close it but it's great to have the goal of the GG6. I'm a gamer (their branding being part of the reason I went with Grip Genie) so having a belt like system and laddered goals is great for motivation. I've noticed deadlifts, pullups and anything that requires good hand strength has become considerably easier now that I can focus on the lift more than the pain in my hands. The only drawback I've had is how it fits differently in the right and left hand because of coil direction. I've yet to fully close the 5 in my left hand as the red grip cylinder fits closer to the ends of my fingers, but that's just the nature of all grippers that use a wound coil for resistance. Great product from great guys, and it's surprisingly fun and addicting to try and move up the gripper levels. Maybe one day I'll finally try chalk.
Got the Red Dawn rated
First off, killer gripper! That Juji can close this is a testament to just how damned strong he is. (He went to Saturn and brought back ammonia.) I got it rated, and it was 147 lbs. That's right where the C.O.C. 3 is.
Red dawn is tough but is a great tool for building strong hands