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      Quote Originally Posted by maxmuscle1 View Post
      These actually come in handy for certain big lifts!

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      Come one. Definitely no. If you can grip it and lift it, then you shouldn’t snd need to work on grip and post chain strength.


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      Quote Originally Posted by thebear View Post
      Come one. Definitely no. If you can grip it and lift it, then you shouldn’t snd need to work on grip and post chain strength.


      I am a part time Proctologist and full time Gynecologist.
      I completely understand your POV. This is just a recommendation for people who have out grown their own personal hand strength or are competitive level.

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      Quote Originally Posted by thebear View Post
      Come one. Definitely no. If you can grip it and lift it, then you shouldn’t snd need to work on grip and post chain strength.


      I am a part time Proctologist and full time Gynecologist.
      Not everyone can work on grip strength due injuries or whatever. Nowadays I’m unable to hold more than 315 but I can still pull over 500 easily. Grip strength is definitely a plus but not necessary.


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      Just a side thought to this conversation. I'm not a bodybuilder though now I'm trying to build my body. The deadlift was my best lift til my motorcycle accident. Straps helped me get my 1rm up for sure. However it took me a while to understand how to use them properly. I had a tendency while using straps to not squeeze the hell out of the bar while repping. I started getting tendinitis in my elbows. The harder you squeeze that bar the more information your body gets back from the bar. This helps ignite some of the smaller muscles that will protect those elbows.

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