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This is a piece of engineering marvel, not sure why every gym hasn't got something like this.
to look inside is amazing cams and cables all over the joint.
this is a machine that cure elbow issues very quickly, along with carpal tunnel problems
i use this every week
 
This is a piece of engineering marvel, not sure why every gym hasn't got something like this.
to look inside is amazing cams and cables all over the joint.
this is a machine that cure elbow issues very quickly, along with carpal tunnel problems
i use this every week
Is that one of your machines Andy, do you use it for rehab?
Otherwise I would find it really boring
 
I wish I had one, I don't think there is more than 3 in Oz.
I use the Medx version, which excactly the same.

it would (is) be boring if you used all of the movements in one go.

i use just one or two at a time at the end of the workout one set to fatigue is all that is needed.
 

Repacked

Punxsutawney resident
This is a piece of engineering marvel, not sure why every gym hasn't got something like this.
to look inside is amazing cams and cables all over the joint.
this is a machine that cure elbow issues very quickly, along with carpal tunnel problems
i use this every week

Looks good. The only movement it needs is a hammer grip wrist ?curl? (basically a side to side movement). I have recently included these; it's a very small ROM but stresses the forearm bracchioradialis quite acutely.
 
Looks good. The only movement it needs is a hammer grip wrist ?curl? (basically a side to side movement). I have recently included these; it's a very small ROM but stresses the forearm bracchioradialis quite acutely.

Like; "tick-tocks?
 
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tick -tocks is the only name I know them by.
standing with a DBell in each hand by your side you swing at the wrist keeping the arms still (adduct/abduct) to and fro from the torso.
 

Repacked

Punxsutawney resident
@Repacked;

tick -tocks is the only name I know them by.
standing with a DBell in each hand by your side you swing at the wrist keeping the arms still (adduct/abduct) to and fro from the torso.

I'm picturing the only movement being at the wrist, the arm stays completely still. Not adduction/abduction, the movement would be on the opposite plane. Is this correct?

Please refer to technical schematics below.

Goose_loose.jpg
 

0ni

Registered Rustler
I closed the number 1 CoC gripper for the first time this week. I'll be happy when I can close the 3
 

Big Mick

"2014 - Kunce of the year"
I closed the number 1 CoC gripper for the first time this week. I'll be happy when I can close the 3

Haha time for some grip training, I keep my grippers in the car and use them when I drive to work every now and then, I lose the no1 CoC gripper for 10 reps on each hand.

I have the T, 1, 2, 3, I have closed the 2, never the three yet seems to tear your hands up.
 
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