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    bencrush is offline Senior Member
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    Default A great way to work grip strength and heavy swings at the same time

    http://goalorientedtraining.wordpres...ith-fat-gripz/



    Slip a Fat Gripz onto the Plateau Buster handle and start swinging away. Pretty fun and a way to inject some variety into your training while still getting in a serious workout combining grip and swings.

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    jetronin is offline Senior Member
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    Great idea.
    Would a "fatgripz" fit onto a kettlebell handle?
    A Dragondoor k.b. might be a little thick but I've a few "comp" bells that have the thinner handles.

    Cheers Ben.
    "Strength does not come from physical capacity.
    It comes from an indomitable will"-Mohandas K. Gandhi.

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    Ben Edwards is offline Junior Member
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    Quote Originally Posted by jetronin View Post
    Great idea.
    Would a "fatgripz" fit onto a kettlebell handle?
    A Dragondoor k.b. might be a little thick but I've a few "comp" bells that have the thinner handles.

    Cheers Ben.
    Thanks! The Fat Gripz won't fit onto most kettlebell handles. The comp ones it might...not sure since I haven't dropped the money yet for a comp bell. My wife has one of those Walmart 15lb kettlebells with the thin handle and it fits on that. For the record, no - I don't use a 15lb kettlebell with the Fat Gripz on it. There are much better ways to build my grip.

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