To much grip training?

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    Just would like some input on if I'm doing to much for forearms and grip strength. I do two grip training sessions a week a few hours after my DE and ME days which are 72 hours apart. I start off with 7 sets of super gripper, 1 warm up and 1 cool down are included in the 7 sets. Then I do four sets of farmers walks 85-90 feet each set. After that I do 20 pound plate pinches for 3 sets of 30 seconds. Next I do two sets of news paper crinkling idk how to describe it just grab the news paper by the edge with two fingers and crinkle it into a tiny ball. I do two sets each sets consists of 4 paper sheets in a row. Then I finish with 1-2 minutes each hand with a powerball its like a gyro resistance tool if u don't know what it is look it up its pretty cool. So my question is am I doing too much in one days time for grip or is it good to hammer it home? Any advice is welcome.

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    I know people that train their grip every single day and recover fine. I think you'll be just fine.
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    What is your reasoning for doing grip work?

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