Вы находитесь на странице: 1из 26
© Copyright 2014, The Diesel Crew, LLC All rights reserved. No part of this manual

© Copyright 2014, The Diesel Crew, LLC

All rights reserved. No part of this manual may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying, recording, or by an information storage and retrieval system, with the expressed written permission from Jedd Johnson.


Strength training involves a potential risk for serious injury. The techniques discussed and utilized in this manual are being demonstrated by highly trained professionals. No one should attempt any of these techniques without proper personal instruction from trained instructors. Anyone who attempts any of these techniques, under supervision or not, assumes all risks. The Diesel Crew, LLC, DieselCrew.com, or any partners of The Diesel Crew, LLC shall not be liable to anyone for use of any of these exercises, drills or instructions.

This product is informational only. The data and information contained herein are based upon information from various published as well as unpublished sources and merely represents training, strength and power development literature and practice as summarized by the authors and editors. The publisher of this manual makes no warranties, expressed or implied, regarding the currency, completeness or scientific accuracy of this information, nor does it warrant the fitness of the information for any particular purpose. This summary of information from unpublished sources, books, research journals and articles is not intended to replace the advice or attention of health care professionals. It is not intended to direct their behavior or replace their independent professional judgment. If you have a problem with your health, or before you embark on any health, fitness or sports training programs, seek clearance from a qualified health care professional.


Copyright © 2014 The Diesel Crew, LLC. All Rights Reserved.

No part of this information may be reproduced or utilized in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying, recording, distributing, or by any information storage or retrieval system, without permission in writing from the author. The authors and publisher disclaim any responsibility for any adverse effects or consequences from the misapplication or injudicious use of the information presented in this text. Inquiries should be addressed to The Diesel Crew, LLC, Webmaster, PO Box 806, Wyalusing, PA 18853, USA.

For complete information on all of the Diesel Crew’s products and more valuable information available to help you get incredible results in your training, visit www.DieselCrew.com and www.TheGripAuthority.com.


1. I am aware that The Diesel Crew, LLC, and Jedd Johnson, are not medical doctors and are not qualified to

determine a participant's physical capability to engage in strenuous exercise.

2. Medical clearance from my physician may be required prior to participation in any exercise program and/or

engaging in any of the exercises contained within this eBook.




Table of Contents

Table of Contents






Sandbag Cleans



Pull-up Grip Training



Thick Bar Rows



Farmer's Walk



Thick Bar Clean



Endless Wrist Roller



Block Weight Hand to Hand Toss



Plate Pinch Around the World



Sledge Strikes



Rope Pulling



Sled Drag Grip Work



Want More?



About the Author



Other Products from Jedd Johnson



Stay Connected




The Grip is extremely important for mixed martial artists. It can help you take down an opponent, keep him down, and help you get the victory.

A strong grip can help you avoid a loss.

It can help you apply vicious holds, and help you control your opponent while you take the next step in your strategy.

This ebook is going to help you build the kind of Grip strength that will be a true asset on the mat and in the ring.

As soon as you get a hold on someone, they are going to know that you are no joke.

From the beginning of the match to the end, the vise-like strength of your hands is going to be in the back of your opponent's mind. He'll be thinking, "How do I get away from this guy?"

And when the match is over, he'll be wondering how in the hell you got such brutally strong hands.

This product will show you the Top 10 Grip Training Drills for Mixed Martial Artists.

Let's not waste any time. Let's get started.

Exercise Index

1. Sandbag Cleans

Sandbag training is one of the best forms of training you can do to replicate conditions in the various MMA sports, especially along the lines of controlling an opponent and having to throw them. For example, the tight waste grip you would use when behind an opponent very closely resembles the kind of grip you would take on a large, unwieldy sandbag. Here are some Sandbag movements that are excellent for bridging the gap from the weight room to the fighting ring. When training with sandbags, remember that they and many other Odd Objects can be used to train the same movements barbells and dumbbells are used for, such as Curls and Cleans.

Sandbag Cleans involve getting a nice tight wrap around the bottom of the bag while it is on the floor. This grip is called a monkey grip, because the thumb and fingers are beside one another. From there, the objective is to lift the sandbag all the way to chest height, just like you would a barbell or dumbbells. The sandbag used in the image to the right is an Army duffel bag filled with sand and gravel. This is the best kind of home-made sandbag to use for grappling-style sports, because it requires the monkey grip.

to use for grappling-style sports, because it requires the monkey grip. Top 10 Grip Training Methods

2. Pull-up Grip Training

As noted earlier, a great way to employ Grip Integration training is by making the grip component of Pull-ups more intense by using a more challenging gripping implement. There are lots of ways to modify Pull-ups in order to make the hands work harder and make your grip stronger.

Keep in mind that when doing this, you will most likely lose a few repetitions in your Pull-ups. What you can do to gain them back is once you feel your grip beginning to slip, transition your grip to a regular sized Pull-up bar, or once you slide completely off, shake the hands free and jump back on the regular Pull-up bar for a few more repetitions.

Also, remember that if Pull-ups are proving too difficult to perform with these modifications, you can apply most of these methods to Pull-downs and Cable Rows.

Here are a few ways to modify Pull-ups to make them even more intense for the grip component of the exercise.

even more intense for the grip component of the exercise. Fat Gripz Pull-ups I am a

Fat Gripz Pull-ups

I am a firm believer that Fat Gripz should be in every gym in America and around the world. They go on and off quickly and are made by durable rubber material, making them a safe investment. They can be pricey, but their price pales in comparison to other thick bar solutions that are on

the market, unless you make the thick bar yourself. Regardless, the important thing is that you must add in some thick bar work from time to time in order to fully strengthen the hands and prepare them for the open hand positions found in combat. If you don't have Fat Gripz, get them here.

Axle Pull-ups

Another option for thick bar work is to perform Pull-ups on a thick barbell, also known as an axle. If you don't have an axle, just use a pipe.

as an axle. If you don't have an axle, just use a pipe. Gi/Towel/Duffel Bag Pull-ups

Gi/Towel/Duffel Bag Pull-ups

The Clench Grip, the kind of grip used when maintaining a hold on an opponent's gi, can be trained when performing Pull-ups as well. This can be done with an actual gi hung over the bar, towels, or as shown in the picture to the right, an empty army duffel bag. Training in this manner will make your fingers not only strong but very tough. Be forewarned, though. At first, clench grip training when doing Pull-ups can be very uncomfortable and even downright painful, depending on the material you train with. For that reason, it's a good idea

on the material you train with. For that reason, it's a good idea Top 10 Grip

to toughen the fingers by training Pull-downs for a time before moving on to Pull- ups.

Tube Pull-ups & Grapple Grips

When grappling and holding onto an opponent's forearm or ankle, it is a hybrid grip position combining supporting, pinching, and open hand. It is considered supporting because the grip is static in nature. It is pinching because your thumb often ends up on the opposite side of the wrist or forearm from the fingers, and it is open hand because the fingers and thumb generally do not overlap. In addition, the wrist often ends up deviated, which can make it even more difficult to maintain a firm grip.

Luckily, we can train this hybrid grip quite accurately with tube grips, which are pipes hung from a pull-up bar. These are simple enough to make out of steel pipes, but they can also be purchased on-line.

to make out of steel pipes, but they can also be purchased on-line. Top 10 Grip

Rogue Fitness makes a nice set of tube grips they call Grandfather Clocks. Also, there is an excellent top-of-the-line product out there called Grapple Grips that serves the same purpose if you don't mind the investment.

the same purpose if you don't mind the investment. Grapple Grips are designed specifically for mixed

Grapple Grips are designed specifically for mixed martial artists to train with and come with a high quality rubber coating on the gripping surface, as well as ingenius hooks that loop over a Pull-up bar or even a barbell, kettlebell, or hook up to a cable machine in an instant and come off just as fast when you are ready to remove them.


Thick Bar Rows

Thick bar training is a form of Open Hand Training, which is any form of training where the implement is large enough that the fingers and thumb can not touch. In most cases, something about the size of a soda can is perfect for thick bar training of this nature. If you have smaller hands, feel free to use something smaller.

Thick bar training is a must for MMA athletes because when getting a hold of an opponent's arm or leg, in most cases you will not be able to totally engulf their limb. Thick bar training prepares you for this imperfect grip.

For Thick Bar Rows, hold a thick barbell or thick-handled dumbbell and perform rows as you normally would. They can be done one-handed with a dumbbell or two-handed with an axle or pipe. Feel free to take rest-pause breaks during the set if you need to.

In the picture to the right, I'm using a specially designed thick handled dumbbell, but really, Fat Gripz added to a dumbbell will work perfectly for most people. These really are outstanding tools for adding grip training into your routine, and I recommend any athlete who needs serious hand strength get these.

and I recommend any athlete who needs serious hand strength get these. Top 10 Grip Training


Farmer's Walk

4. Farmer's Walk Farmer's Walks can be done with specialized Farmer's Handles, or dumbbells. They're a

Farmer's Walks can be done with specialized Farmer's Handles, or dumbbells. They're a great form of training because they load the legs, lower back, upper back and the grip all at the same time. You can also make the Farmer's Walk even tougher on the Grip by increasing the size of the implement such as with Fat Gripz Handles. If you don't have a lot of space to train Farmer's Carries, there is value in just picking the handles up and holding them for time. You can also load the implements up very heavy and perform sets of low-volume repetitions for even more of a limit strength model of training, as opposed to endurance.

5. Thick Bar Clean and Press

as opposed to endurance. 5. Thick Bar Clean and Press the floor with two hands. Grip

the floor with two hands.

Grip a thick-handled dumbbell or a thick barbell and pull it to shoulder height in one motion for the clean. Once to the shoulders, perform the press, then return to the floor for the next repetition. In the case of dumbbells, it is a good idea to alternate between the left and right hands each rep or two so that the hands don't tire out too quickly. Also, for a safety measure, you can return the dumbbell to

6. Endless Wrist Roller

This is by far the best form of Wrist Roller I have ever done.

is by far the best form of Wrist Roller I have ever done. AWESOME. To assemble,


To assemble, place a PVC pipe over the pins in the squat cage. Place a strap over top of the PVC pipe, and hang a weighted loading pin from the strap.

The weight of the loading pin pulls the strap down, which presses the pipe against the squat cage pin, creating friction. The more weight hung, the more friction produced, and the harder the wrist roller is to turn.

Turn the Wrist Roller in forward and reverse directions as quickly as possible over the course of your desired time limit. Bursts of 30 seconds work perfectly to blow up the grip and forearms. Place these last in your workout, because your hands won't be capable of much more after hitting the Endless Wrist Roller hard.

7. Block Weight Hand-to-Hand Toss

A block weight is any block-shaped

implement. Most commonly used are broken heads off dumbbells, but chunks of iron and even stones will work just fine. Pinch grip the block weight with one hand and then lift it up with speed. Release it in the air and then catch it in the opposite hand. Repeat for multiple repetitions.

it in the opposite hand. Repeat for multiple repetitions. This drill requires you to be able

This drill requires you to be able to activate your power grip with SPEED. If you can't turn it on in a hurry, you won't be able to hold onto the catch! When you get good at this, you'll be able to apply a Danny Hodge grip on your opponent in an instant.

8. Plate Pinch Around the World

your opponent in an instant. 8. Plate Pinch Around the World Place two or more iron

Place two or more iron plates together smooth-sides-out and put both hands on them

in an overhand pinch grip. Lift them off the

floor and then begin turning them clockwise. Once you get back to the starting position, make a trip around the plates in the opposite direction. There are plenty of combinations for this lift ranging from 3- or 4- tens, to 2- 25's, 35's or 45's. Repeat for your goal number of trips around the plates.

9. Sledge Strikes

9. Sledge Strikes Sledgehammer Strikes are a perfect example of Grip Co-operation, where multiple facets of

Sledgehammer Strikes are a perfect example of Grip Co-operation, where multiple facets of hand strength must work together in order to perform the exercise correctly. The fingers are constantly crushing into the handle of the sledgehammer throughout the entire set. The wrists are engaged to direct the sledgehammer head where it needs to go, and the thumb is actively applying pressure to aid in all of this. For variety, sledge strikes can be done in different directions, including overhead and downward onto the tire, and at various angles against the side of the tire. They can also be done with just one hand or with two.

10. Rope Pulling

be done with just one hand or with two. 10. Rope Pulling Rope Pulling is a

Rope Pulling is a great drill for Grip Strength because the shoulders, back and arms plus the grip are all working hard to perform the work. This type of training is one of the best types of Integration training. Just hook your rope to a sled and start pulling.

11. Sled Drag Grip Work

I know this is the Top 10 Grip Training Methods for MMA Athletes, but I just

wouldn't feel right if I didn't include this one. Sled Dragging is excellent for building the lower body and for improving your conditioning. However, many athletes miss out on the huge opportunity of working the grip in tandem with sled dragging. When you replace the standard pulling straps that are generally used with sleds with implements that intensify the grip component, it truly changes the game. If your grip

is weak, sled drag grip work will correct it.

single part of the grip must be up to par for this type of training. That is why it is a Grip Co- operation type of training.

That is why it is a Grip Co- operation type of training. Every Here are some


Here are some great ways to build your grip strength using the sled.

Thick Grips are so important for building Grip Strength, it would be a mistake to not include them here. Shown above is a 2.5-inch PVC pipe that is just passed through the strap. These cost about $5 from a hardware store.

Another super cheap method is with a nice thick towel. This allows you to work with an open hand, plus you get the clenching factor, and your wrist is

with an open hand, plus you get the clenching factor, and your wrist is Top 10

aligned similarly to when you are pulling on an opponent's arm or leg.

And finally, I give you one of the absolute most evil ways to train the grip through sled dragging. Below, a 24-kg kettlebell has been attached to the sled strap with a large carabiner. Now in order to pull the sled, you'll be pulling with a monkey grip. This is going to hit your fingers, thumbs, wrists and forearms hard. Plus, you'll feel it in the upper arms and torso as well, because there is an appreciable load placed on the biceps, shoulders and chest - BRUTAL!

load placed on the biceps, shoulders and chest - BRUTAL! And with that, my friends, I

And with that, my friends, I will leave you to take your hand and wrist strength to new levels. Soon, your grip strength will rival Danny Hodge's, and you'll be breaking pliers with your grip.

All the best in your training.

-Jedd Johnson- DieselCrew.com

Want More???

Do you want even more Grip Training drills to take your grip to the next level?

How about 20 more Grip Training exercises?

How would you like to have your next 8 weeks of Grip Training work all laid out for you?

If you want to REALLY make your gripper a weapon, then go to this link:


There, you can pick up the full length ebook, Grip Training for MMA Athletes, before ANYONE else even knows about it.

This will give you a complete head start on molding a mighty grip that will give you the upper hand against all your opponents.

This program will hit the market soon, but because you picked up the Top 10 today, you get the first shot at it.

Grip Training for MMA Athletes includes the following:

* 1. 80+ page ebook complete with exercise pictures and descriptions

* 2. Complete explanation of the different facets of Grip Training and why most people are training their grip WRONG for MMA

* 3. Done-for-you Week Grip Training program. All of your grip work for the next 2 months is already mapped out!

* 4. Optional video demonstration links and Hard Copy DVD

To get your copy TODAY, go here: http://www.dieselcrew.com/MMA-Grip- Training.htm

All the best in your training!

About the Author

When injuries ended his college baseball career, Jedd Johnson needed something to fill the time, so he turned to bodybuilding, with the goal of becoming a professional wrestler. However, after years of playing sports competitively, packing on muscle just wasn't cutting it. He got certified as a Strength Coach through the National Strength and Conditioning Association out of college, but still Jedd longed for more. Then, in 2003, he found Strongman competitions and Grip Sport, and he's never looked back.

competitions and Grip Sport, and he's never looked back. Now, Jedd is considered one the foremost

Now, Jedd is considered one the foremost experts in Grip Training. He has competed in over 2 dozen Grip Contests and held several world records. He has performed feats of strength in front of thousands and he's coached athletes from Grip, Strongman, Golf, Baseball, Softball and Wrestling in improving all-around strength as well as their Grip.

Jedd runs DieselCrew.com, a site dedicated to all forms of strength training and muscle building, and TheGripAuthority.com, a members only portal for developing a world class Grip and performing feats of strength. His products on Gripper Training, Steel Bending Card and Phone Book Tearing, and many other feats of strength grip disciplines are considered go-to products for the subjects they explore.

For more information on Grip Strength and Feats of Strength, or to schedule a seminar or Strength Show, contact Jedd at jedd.diesel@gmail.com.

Other Products from Jedd Johnson

Block Weight Training (Jedd Johnson) - The first in the High Impact Grip Training Series, this DVD is the go-to resource for Block Weight Training. Showing you training methods and techniques for all forms of Open Hand Training, such as the Blob, Hex Blocks, Plate Pinches and Odd Objects, you will learn the absolute best ways to train for serious hand strength. http://www.thegripauthority.com/block-weight-training.htm

Braced Bending (Jedd Johnson & Mike Rinderle) - This DVD will show you how to destroy EVERYTHING in your path. From frying pans, to steel bars, to horseshoes, and wrenches, Jedd and Mike team up once again to bring you everything you need to know on how to do odd object bending like a champion. It's fun to destroy things around the house - start today. http://www.thegripauthority.com/braced-bending-dvd.htm

Call to Arms (Jedd Johnson & Joe Meglio) - Want to add size to your arms? Don't even try to tell me you don't. Just because you do strength training doesn't mean it's a sin to train the arms once in a while. In fact, it's better if you do because it will keep you safe and healthy. After all, what strength sport athletes have some of the biggest, strongest arms? Strongman Competitors. Ever see how many of them tear their biceps? Lots of pulling but no curling equals risk for tears. Don't let it happen. Get Call to Arms today. http://megliofitness.com/call-to-arms/

Cadence Based Gripper Training (Jedd Johnson) - This is an 8-week Gripper Training Program designed around purposeful training and bringing up weakness in all the segments of the gripper closing technique. Includes a full program for both beginners and advanced gripper training, a log sheet, and more. http://thegripauthority.com/gripper-training-program.htm

Card Tearing eBook (Jedd Johnson) – The Card Tearing eBook is loaded with techniques you can use to build the hand strength to start doing serious damage to a deck of cards. With the extensive exercise index, designed to build strength in all the components needed for card tearing (strong wrists, fingers and thumbs), in no time flat you’ll be ripping stuff up! http://www.cardtearing.com

CRUSH: Total Gripper Domination (Jedd Johnson) - This product explores every aspect of Gripper Training you need to know in order to improve your crushing grip strength and even certify in the major gripper certifications. Be amongst the best in the world once you watch this awesome video. Normally an on-line DVD, but you can also upgrade to the hard copy as well.


Deceleration Training to Prevent ACL Tears (Jedd Johnson & Jerry Shreck) - One of the most common season-shortening and career-ending injuries in the morning is preventable - the ACL Tear. In this DVD, you will learn the time-tested protocol Jerry Shreck conducts with his athletes at Bucknell University that has helped drive his ACL injuries down and keep them down for over 8 years. http://dieselcrew.com/ACL/deceleration-training.htm

Fixing Elbow Pain (Jedd Johnson & Rick Kaselj) - For people who train hard in the gym like us, one of the most common injuries that sets back out training is elbow pain: tendonitis, tennis elbow, golfer's elbow, epicondylitis - call it what you will. But one thing is for certain, once you get it, it can be tough to get rid of it. With this product you will learn how to rehab your elbow pain to get back to pushing the big numbers in the gym, and you'll learn how to keep it from coming back. http://www.fixingelbowpain.com

Fix My Wrist Pain (Jedd Johnson & Rick Kaselj) - For people who train hard in the gym and have found themselves with nagging wrist pain. This ebook includes a full rehabilitative section by Rick Kaselj, as well as a section on Wrist Pain Work-Arounds and other preventive and pre- hab information by me. http://www.fixmywristpain.net

Grip Training for MMA Athletes (Jedd Johnson) - The grip is extremely important for Mixed Martial Arts. It can mean the difference between victory and defeat. It can allow you to get in your opponent's head from the instant you get your hands on him. And it can allow you to apply vicious holds that will have them fearing you before you're even face-to-face. This ebook shows you how to make your hands lethal weapons for MMA competition. http://www.dieselcrew.com/MMA-Grip-Training.htm

Hammering Horseshoes (Jedd Johnson & Mike Rinderle) - Learn how to perform the feat of strength that has stood the test of time, Horseshoe Bending, from the Leaders in Grip Strength Feat Instruction, Napalm Jedd Johnson and The Beast in the East, Mike Rinderle. Discover horseshoe progressions, how to wrap shoes for protection and how to kink, sweep and crush them into heart shapes. Why would anyone NOT want to bend horseshoes? http://www.thegripauthority.com/horseshoe-bending-dvd.htm

Home Made Strength DVD (Jedd Johnson & Joe Hashey) – Download the online DVD and immediately learn how to construct 8 bad-ass pieces of equipment that cost a fraction of the price and will last you for years. Build strength without breaking the bank. http://www.homemadestrength.com

Home Made Strength II: Grip Strength Edition (Jedd Johnson) - It's time to build up your grip strength so you can start benefiting from having a set of strong hands, wrists and forearms. All you need to do is add some equipment to your arsenal, and I will show you how to do it on the cheap. Get ready to develop a world class grip strength and build fun and rewarding grip tools that will last you for years. http://www.homemadestrength.com/homemadegrip.htm

How to Make Atlas Stones with Slater Stone Molds (Jedd Johnson & Steve Slater) - Let Steve Slater, the man who has made more atlas stones than anyone else walking the Earth, show you exactly how the process is done. He will show you live all the ingredients you need for stone making, plus give you all of the hints and tips he has developed all of the years for making top quality atlas stones that you can be proud of in your training. http://dieselcrew.com/how-to-make-atlas-stones.htm

Introduction to Strongman Training (Jedd Johnson & Steve Slater) - Learn the basic techniques of some of the most common and beneficial events in the sport of strongman. With this DVD, you can be confident you are being taught proper form and mechanics by two great strongman teachers, Jedd Johnson and Steve Slater, two men with over 20 years of Strongman

Experience between them.


Lever Bigger Hammers (Jedd Johnson) - This was the workout of the month for June, 2013 and it is based around sledge hammer levering, specifically Vertical Levering, where the hammer is taken from the vertical position, to the nose, and back up. This workout and these techniques helped me finally lever a 16-lb hammer and it can help you get there to. http://dieselcrew.com/lever-bigger-hammers.htm

Lift the Blob (Jedd Johnson) - One of the most famous Grip Challenge items, the term, "Blob," was coined by Richard Sorin, when he set out to lift his half 100-lb original-style York dumbbell head in a Pinch Grip. The first one to do so, he was the first to discover the highly beneficial training method of Block Weight Training. This ebook shows you how you can train to Lift the Blob, too, even if you have small hands, and even if you don't own an actual half-100lb Blob. http://www.thegripauthority.com/lift-the-blob.htm

Nail Bending eBook (Jedd Johnson) – This is the most complete reference on nail, bolt, and steel bending that exists. All of the major techniques are explained, including Double Overhand, Double Underhand and Reverse, as well as other lesser known techniques. This eBook is over 180 pages of instruction, including a 60+ page exercise index that will turn your hands, wrists and lower arms into steel bending weapons. http://www.TheGripAuthority.com/bending.htm

Nail Bending: How to Melt Steel with Your Bare Hands (Jedd Johnson) – Picks up right where the Bending eBook left off. Complete technical demonstration of the three major Bending Techniques as well as information on strength building, injury prevention, and MORE. http://www.thegripauthority.com/nail-bending-dvd.htm

Napalm Pinch: How to Dominate the Two Hands Pinch (Jedd Johnson) - This DVD shows you everything you need to know to take your Two Hands Pinch training to the next level. With information on Technique, Hand and Device Prep, Drills, and Contest Programming, you'll learn the ins and outs of Two Hands Pinch training from the man who held the World Record in the lift for close to 5 years. http://www.thegripauthority.com/NapalmPinch/two-hands-pinch- dvd.htm

Phone Book Mass Destruction (Jedd Johnson) - You've seen the performing strongman doing the classic feat of strength of phone book tearing. To do this feat legitimately, it requires a keen balance between strength and technique. Unfortunately, most of the big time performers do not want to share their secrets for either of these facets, but with Phone Book Mass Destruction, I will show you multiple techniques for tearing phone books, plus how to train the hands, wrist and forearms in order to not only wreak havoc on phone books, but also to bring up your lifts in the gym. http://www.thegripauthority.com/phone-book-tearing.htm

PUSH and CRUSH (Jedd Johnson) - The May 2013 Workout of the Month shows you how to

combine Upper Body Push Training with Gripper Training in order to take your gripper performance to new heights. This method was shown to me by Paul Knight, one of the best

Gripper Closers in the United States:

Road to the Record DVD (Jedd Johnson) – This Documentary shows you the exact Pinch Training I did from October to December of 2009 when I broke the record in the Two Hands Pinch. http://www.dieselcrew.com/road_to_the_record


Stone Lifting Fundamentals DVD (Jedd Johnson) – This DVD covers everything you need to know to safely add stone lifting to your training repertoire. Designed to benefit strongman competitors, strength coaches, and strength enthusiasts, we cover the basics of stone lifting as well as advanced stone training techniques. http://www.dieselcrew.com/stone-training/

The Grip Authority Instructional Site (Jedd Johnson) – Be a part of a community with monthly video lessons and workout plans for performing feats of strength and developing strong hands for all sorts of athletic endeavors. http://www.thegripauthority.com

Ultimate Forearm Training for Baseball (Jedd Johnson) – The complete resource for forearm and grip training for baseball. Hit more home runs, hit for a better average, add velocity to your fastball, and increase your injury resistance by training the lower arms the RIGHT WAY! http://www.advancedbaseballtraining.com/forearmtrainingforbaseball

Ultimate Sled Dragging Manual (Jedd Johnson) – Sled dragging is a very beneficial type of training for athletes because of its potential to develop strength, power, speed, and to support restoration. Within this manual, we define dozens of sled dragging exercises which will bring a variety to your sled dragging that you never thought was possible. http://www.dieselcrew.com/dieselsled.htm

The Wrist Developer (Jedd Johnson) - The Wrist Developer, made by David Horne's World of Grip, is a great tool used to train for wrist strength for reverse nail bending, and it is used in Grip Contests as well. This DVD shows you how to get the most out of the device, both for developing wrist strength for reverse bending and for finishing as high as possible in contests. http://thegripauthority.com/wd/wrist-developer.htm

Yoketober (Jedd Johnson) - Do you want to build bigger traps? Get a thicker upper back? Rounder shoulders, meatier triceps and just plain cast a bigger, wider shoulder? Then you need to do some specialized YOKE TRAINING. The Yoke is the back of the upper torso: the traps, the upper back, the posterior delts and the triceps, and in this program, you'll attack every part of the Yoke every single day of the month, the whole time tracking your goals and seeing how big of a monster you become by the end of the month. http://dieselcrew.com/yoketober.htm

Stay connected

Website: http://www.dieselcrew.com Email: jedd.diesel@gmail.com Phone Number: 607-857-6997 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jedd.johnson.54 Twitter: https://twitter.com/JeddJohnson YouTube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/jeddjohnson Grip Fan Page: https://www.facebook.com/grip.diesel Be sure to Subscribe, Follow, Like and Friend me up!