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of course i will be locking away my straps and focusing on deadlifts for primary grip strength increase but i would like to have a gripper too,
any advice on any good adjustable grippers?
 

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CoC aren't adjustable. Although they are bloody good. I'm thinking the Ivanko gripper is adjustable and what you'd be after. I'd like to get one myself.
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mine just arrived today... and apart from the initial impossible and annoying way of varying the resistance (maybe because the springs are still new and haven`t been loosened up) and the slightly uncomfortable grip (which i feel i could remedy by just wrapping something around it or wearing gloves) it seems to get the job done and i`m anxious to begin completing workouts with it.

Could you suggest a workout for it?... i just got it and performed the usual workout.... 4sets 8-10reps.. i plan on doing this like 2-3times/week.
What would you suggest for a workout?
 
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Low reps. High reps are a pain in the arse for the tendons and ligaments. Only do the higher reps on very light settings.
 

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the term low reps is subjective, could you specific a bit please?... do you mean 3reps? 5reps?
 

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cool, thats what i was doing and seeing good improvements already.
Thx for your input!
 
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