Found the end of a training block a couple of weeks back so I decided to change things up a bit. For context my previous finger sessions involved one arm deadhanging the low BM2 rung (half crimp), adding 2.5kg each set till failure then rolling it back and doing 4 sets of this. Worked great for a while, but I was little finger nestling a lot so this next set is basically as strict as possible not nestling the corner, which is of course a bit weaker (but ethics innit).
I also did dragging sessions on the upper right eye using the same format.
My question is as follows.
They are basically the same exercise: hanging a rung with one arm. For the purpose of changing things up, how useful would it be to start adding in some two arm max hangs on the smaller outside edges? I know this seems to be a bit backwards, but it is not something I have done much before so I am wondering whether it might be worth pursuing that for a while.
My logic behind this is that on the middle low rung my PRs are +12.5kg nestled, +8.75kg non nestled (for 5s), and yet I find it very hard to hang the smaller edge, only getting 3-4s of trying not to fire off on a good day.
The frustrating thing is that I can hang that hold fine on other BM2's, but on mine it seems wildly difficult. With the objective of hanging this hold one armed more comfortably, would two arm weighted hangs on it help or should I just bash on with weighed one armers on the low rung?
Apologies for the long and slightly ugly post