Get up grip...

Brad May

Level 1 Valued Member
Hi there
I watched a really interesting vid around the grip when doing get ups from Fabio Zonin. I originally read about it on another thread. I’ve tried to paste it below.


It seems to make loads of sense, but I wonder if anyone has any experience of moving to this. I’ve found that this feels stronger and the mechanics all add up but the weights seem heavier. Is it a case of deloading to move forward?

I’ve been training on S&S for around 18 months now and it seems that grip plays a huge part.

FYI. I’m around 5’ 11’’ and 75kg and starting to tackle the 36kg which is feeling super tough.
 

Matthieu

Level 6 Valued Member
Certified Instructor
My TGU is really stronger since I apply this advice, that Fabio give to us at the sfg1 certification !
 

Bauer

Level 6 Valued Member
I've seen this in the past but can't remember what the tip was like and I only get
"Video Unavailable
Sorry, this video could not be played."

Would someone be so kind and summarize the idea? Thanks :)
 

PaulAllen

Level 6 Valued Member
Yes - thanks for posting this! I will implement this as getting a confortable grip has always been a struggle for me.
 
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