IronMind Hub


1 in stock (can be backordered)

IronMind Hub – A staple at grip competitions worldwide and part of the Crushed-to-Dust! Challenge, the IronMind Hub lets you build and test your pinch grip in this classic feat of grip strength. The current hub pinch grip world records are*:

Men: Harri Tolonen February 4, 2017 40.90 kg (90.16 lb.)
Women: Elizabeth Horne at 55.8 lb. on 5 April 2014
How do you compare? If you can do:

30 lb. – average
50 lb. – accomplished
80 lb. – world-class
2-7/8″ diameter gripping surface; crinkle finish.

Please note you will need a Loading Pin to attach the IronMind Hub

1 in stock (can be backordered)

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IronMind Hub Contest Rules

The IronMind Hub must be an authentic IronMind Enterprises, Inc. Hub; it cannot have been modified or tampered with in any way.
Ordinary chalk (magnesium carbonate) may be used on the lifting hand, but nothing else is permitted (tacky, for example, is specifically disallowed).
Weight is hung from the Hub using an IronMind 15″ Olympic loading pin and carabiner.
The lifter starts the lift with all 5 fingertips of the lifting hand touching the plate at the base of the Hub. It is permissible that the fingers rotate somewhat from this position during the course of the lift, but holding the Hub as if grabbing a doorknob is not allowed. The Hub must remain approximately parallel to the ground.
The lifter must stand up straight; once standing straight the lifter waits for a down signal from the referee before returning the weight to the ground. Contact must be maintained by the lifter’s hand and the Hub until the weight is resting on the floor. The referee then indicates if the lift was accepted.
In contest situations, the lifter is given 1 minute to complete the lift after his/her name is called; during that minute, there is no limit to how many times the lifter may try to complete the lift.

Additional information

Weight600 g
Dimensions350 × 180 × 150 mm


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