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8/17/2006 7:38:41 PM -
1 Hand Plate Pinches

Grip Strength - Pinch

Muscles Targeted:
Hand Flexion, Finger and Thumb Strength and Wrist Stability


Plates should be stacked with 2 outer plates being smooth side facing out. Different type of pinch than blockweights, due to the fact that the athlete must overcrush the plates so that the middle plates do not fall out.

Can be done with 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 dimes.

Can also be done with 2x25's, 2x35's, 2x45's

Building Grip strength in open hand position while creating stabilization in the wrist

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