View Single Post
Old 07-17-2012, 10:52 AM   #12
Muscletrainerdh
Senior Member
Uber Brawn
Points: 1,905, Level: 26 Points: 1,905, Level: 26 Points: 1,905, Level: 26
Activity: 0% Activity: 0% Activity: 0%
 
Muscletrainerdh's Avatar
 

Join Date: Sep 2011
Location: New Castle, PA
Posts: 336
Training Exp: 20+
Training Type: Other
Fav Exercise: DB Step Ups.. LOL:)
Fav Supp: F.O.O.D
Reputation: 6428
Muscletrainerdh is a consistent contributorMuscletrainerdh is a consistent contributorMuscletrainerdh is a consistent contributorMuscletrainerdh is a consistent contributorMuscletrainerdh is a consistent contributorMuscletrainerdh is a consistent contributorMuscletrainerdh is a consistent contributorMuscletrainerdh is a consistent contributorMuscletrainerdh is a consistent contributorMuscletrainerdh is a consistent contributorMuscletrainerdh is a consistent contributor
Default

Quote:
Originally Posted by BendtheBar View Post
You've talked about the tie-in between back strength and grip strength before, but I wanted to get some information up in your Q&A post.

Can you give us some basics on how back strength helps grip strength...
X2..

I am finding my Erectore Spinae get exhausted pretty quickly, as do my forearms/grip strength...

I probably should know the answer to this, but how do you train your grip and erectors to get better lifts?

Thanks Fazc!
__________________
I'm Doing the *WORK* now...So I don't squander my Retirement Savings on Liposuction and Plastic Surgery...#BEASTMODE

Sarcasm and Cynicism are not helpful or attractive traits, respond to posts as you wish to be responded to.
Muscletrainerdh is offline   Reply With Quote