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Wrist rolling is an excellent general forearm building movement and has been called “squats for the forearms.” It should be included regularly in the training routine of many athletes, but every wrestler for sure should be doing them. This is a twist on the classic wrist roller, using the pin on a power rack to support the roller during the exercise. This allows the user to add much heavier weights during the exercise, because the frontal deltoids do not need to support the weight during the rolling. But the forearms must rotate the bar against the heavier weight, so the forearms get a tremendous workout. Regular use of this technique will add plenty of strength and size to your lower arm. Fill out those sleeves in a hurry!

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Attach All Kinds of Handles to your Grappler! New Attachment Collars Introduced!

Check out the "Wrestler's Special" in the Exercise of the Month section to see an example of how to use these collars. Collars are available for both a single handle...

Super Fat Dumbbell Handles Indroduced! 2.4 Inch Thick D.B. Bars for Olympic Plates

Compare the Super Fat Grip Bar directly below with the standard 1-inch dumbbell bar shown further below. With the standard thickness 1-inch bar, the fingers can wrap entirely around the...

Another Unique New Product! The Two-Handed Lever Bar

This bar is featured in our December 2015 Exercise of the Month. Click on that for details on how to use this bar for a rear lever lift. Perform lever lifts...