AWOD – 7/11/17

Tia Wright does a grip-intensive workout to improve her grip strength. Screen cap via powerandgraceperformance/Instagram.
Tia Wright does a grip-intensive workout to improve her grip strength. Screen cap via powerandgraceperformance/Instagram.

Yesterday was all about the monostructural conditioning. Today is all about grip strength.

If you’ve ever done Randy (75 snatches at light weight), you understand the demands on your grip. Tia Wright struggled with her grip on the Hero workout back at the 2015 Regionals and has been doing accessory work for her grip strength ever since, thanks to Power and Grace Performance’s programming.

Via Tia Wright & Power and Grace Performance:
4 Rounds:
Max Effort Dead Hang from pull-up bar
10 FAST Randy Snatches (75/55 lbs)

Working weaknesses on #TechniqueTuesday with Athlete @tiawright06 πŸ‘‡πŸΌ ・・・ “As you all probably know in 2015 I took dead last on Randy… it was because my grip blew up. Thus, @powerandgraceperformance always programs grip accessory for me, this one has so far been the WORST one yet this whole year. Thank you @spencergarnold …. now I can’t feel my hands.” ———————————————————– Want to test your grip strength? Try this out… 4 rounds: Max effort dead hang, followed by 10 FAST Randy Snatches ———————————————————– For details on programming and coaching, click the link in our bio or head to www.PowerAndGracePerformance.com #powerandgraceperformance

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