Discussion in 'Strength & Conditioning Discussion' started by nino, Jun 13, 2017.
Does somebody have experience with strengthening your fingers in a bucket of sand?
Preparation for finger banging?
finger some fat girls
I think it's effective.
I used a bucket of rice. I did not stick with doing it though.
Nice think about it is that you can train all directions of movement.
You felt a different after a while? I always injury my fingers while training kickboxing.
Oh yeah. I think it works.
It doesn't hurt to try it. I didn't continue it cause I have a bit of a wrist injury that got bothered by it.
Honestly for strinking sports I might recommend splitting wood with a 8 lb maul. Just for striking power and hand strength. And ironically that didn't bother my wrist.
do they have to be fat?
What about progressively moving on to heavier and heavier girls?
You can always do some type of pre exhaustion.
i need a rountine for my fractured hand mostly around the thumb area it was fractured like in october it keeps swelling up when i do pushups with the handles mostly .. but i like doing pushups .. do you know how to strenghten it
- have the web two of them green and yellow but not solid green a combo
- i got the v gripper but no real cushion
i got some other stuff
I don't know demoglobin.
rome wasnt built in a day man rome wasnt built in a day i think should get what that guy said about iron mind rubber bands
take two plates and pinch them together for time.
push up position on fingertips
Came here purely for the responses, standard sherdog stuff lol.
+1 to finger banging.
The best benefit of using a bucket of sand will be the ability to work your extensors. This can also be done using heavy-duty rubber bands.
Sorry for the serious answer.
Seriously, this topic needs more research.
I have used Fat Gripz in the past and it works. The only downfall is that they probably worked to well. My grip strength was too exhausted and overtrained when it came to back work and deads
Never heard of that. I do 2 or 3 finger pull ups using a training board. Trying to work my way up to this.
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