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Old 06-26-2013, 02:52 PM   #12
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There was a comment about that on his video.. he uses "suicide grip" on safe weights (135lbs), but switches to full grip on heavier sets.

I used to do similar, suicide grip until I feel unsafe, then switch to full grip for remaining sets/reps, also put chalk before each set.

It's just like everything, it's a personal thing, some people feel a difference, others don't.. if it gives an elite lifter the edge.. they'll do it I'm sure.. just like anything else. Accidents happen when people get wreckless.
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