The Grip Master’s Manual –
- Name: “The Grip Master’s Manual”
- Type: Training Manual
- Rating: 4.4 out of 5 stars
- Place to Buy: Amazon
- Tips & training tricks from absolute legend himself
- Comprehensive, easy to read guide to develop grip
- Consists many superb and unusual training ideas
- Illustations and photos to help you learn exercises
What Can You Learn From “The Grip Master’s Manual”?
Essential Reading Filled With Wonderful Exercises:
Moving beyond Mastery of Hand Strength, John Brookfield continues his tradition of breaking new ground in grip training:
John’s creative new exercises and unbridled enthusiasm are what The Grip Master’s Manual is all about.
John begins with some general training pointers, including how to practice good hand health, & then shows you how to build
your overall upper body & lower arm strength, laying a foundation for the specific hand & lower arm training that follows.
What follows is typical of John: a wide array of innovative techniques and exercises designed to motivate & challenge you.
Build your hand strength from every conceivable angle, along with your dexterity & muscle control.
John, who invented what are now commonly called “strap holds,” is your guide to “climbing the mountain” to close the No. 3
Captains of Crush Gripper.
Finally, John leads you through the consummate grip master’s repertoire: bending steel bars, bending horseshoes, coiling &
scrolling iron, bending nails, and even tearing cards. John wrote this book to help you take your hand strength to the next
level, and if you follow his advice, I’m sure you will get there & then some.
If you want to be a grip master in the true sense of the word, get your hands on The Grip Master’s Manual & then go out and
crush a can of Coke.
John Brookfield’s Grip Tips – Click To See Details & Illustration
- Gripper on a String
- Stool Lift with Weight
- Wrist Curls with Plate
- Brick Bent Over Rows
- Front Hammer Lever
- Finger Walking with Weight Plate
- Sledgehammer Clean and Press
- Sledgehammer Toss
- Brick Lift Grip Challenge
- Wringing Out the Towel
- Behind-the-Back Wrist Curls
- The Rotation
- Finger Walking With Boards
- Sandbag Lifting
- Finger Rolling
- Crushing Nails
- Pliers Lever Lift
- Hammer Rotation
- Padding the Issue
- Vertical Rope Pull-ups
- Plate Toss with Partner
- Weight Crawl: Try It, You’ll Love It
- Pinch-Grip Board Curls
- Doubled-Rope Deadlift
- Swing and Catch
- Plate Curling for Men
- The Big Squeeze
- Plate Rotation
- Hammer Curls with Thick Towels
- Using the Long Bar
- Sandbag Swing and Catch
- Table Curls with Plates
- One Grip at a Time
- Behind-the-Back Pass
- Front Hammer Lever
- 1 + 1 = 2
- Medicine Ball Lifting
- The Weight Drop
- Kettlebell Hold: Something New
- Roll and Drag
- Macary Sticks
- A New Twist
- Back Pressure Breakthrough
- Plate Seesaw
- Rope Hand-Over-Hand
- The Bucket Drill
- Plate Turning
- Sandbag Wrist Curls
- Pinch Grip Drag
- Pinch Grip Pick-up
- Brookfield Sandbag Snatch Test
- Towel Training for Power
- Up the Down Staircase
- Swing to Success
- Squatter’s Rights
- Power Walking 101
- Three the Hard Way
- Hammer Time
- 2 x 2 Wrist Roller
- Strength to Velocity and Back Again
- Sudden Impact
- Tricks with Sticks
- Stick to It
- Barbell Plate Complex
- Rope Grasps and Release
- Turn the Dial
- Bucket work
About the Author
John Brookfield is internationally known in the area of strength and fitness. He is a multiple world record holder, author &
creator of the famous Battling Ropes System. Even though John is over 50 years old, he still has tremendously strong arms.
Here is a short list of a few of John Brookfield’s mind-bogglingly crazy feats of strength:
- #1 – John pulled a truck weighing 24,000 pounds a distance of one full mile without any pulling ropes mile in 1 h & 23 min.
- #2 – John rolled up one-quarter mile of steel (62 twenty-foot steel bars, 9/16″ in diameter) nonstop in 59 minutes.
- #3 – John Brookfield & Jon Bruney pulled a 32,000 pounds semi-truck a distance of one full mile in 1 hour & 36 minutes.
- #4 – John tore 100 decks of plastic-coated poker cards in half in 2 minutes & 15 seconds.
- #5 – John tore 60 decks of plastic-coated poker cards in half in 1 minute exactly.
- #6 – John performed 1,200 kettlebell snatches in one hour exactly using a 53-pound kettlebell.
- #7 – John performed 302 kettlebell snatches in ten minutes using a 53-pound kettlebell.
- #8 – John bent 520 nails into a U-shape in one hour and forty-two minutes. The nails were 60-penny nails.
- #9 – John rolled up a 20-foot, 5/8″ steel bar in 33 seconds so tight it could be placed in an average-sized suitcase.
- #10 – John used a 50-pound sledgehammer to struck a tire about 30 times a minute non-stop for one full hour.
- Publisher: Ironmind Enterprises, 1St Edition edition (November 2002)
- Language : English
- Paperback: 144 pages
- Dimensions : 15.88 x 1.27 x 22.86 cm
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