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    Nathan Sears is offline Senior Member
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    Default Grippers: COC BB's - Thoughts?

    I have seen some comments regarding COC's being inconsistent in resistance. Are they still good grip training aids. Or are the BB's just that much better?

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    Adam T Glass, RKC is offline Senior Member
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    If your not a really serious gripper trainer, you will never know the difference. they do exactly as advertised, no need to worry.

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    Nathan Sears is offline Senior Member
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    Thanks Adam

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    kbSagoo is offline Senior Member
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    I have an Ivanko Super Gripper sitting on my desk at work. What I will usually do is squeeze out 5 rep/hand every hour or so. When that feels easy I'll adjust the springs for a little more resistance.

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    Zach Coulter is offline Senior Member
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    The short answer is that the BB's are just that much better. The CoC's are considered the gold standard, but Warren Tetting made the original CoC's and has been making grippers for decades. He knows a thing or two about constructing these frustrating little bassturds.
    No excuses, all honesty.

    http://zcoulter.blogspot.com/

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