Yes4All Wrist and Forearm Blaster – �…


Updated at 12/29/2015 05:42:52 - Details
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10 inch forearms the handles are too small to grip; the clip that attaches the weight to the rope snapped the first time I used it with 20lb; after replacing that with a carabiner the metal clip that holds the rope gave way and dropped the weights AGAIN; also the foam on the handles spin around making it difficult to wind;

you are better off getting some thick pvc pipe that fits in your hand nicely drilling a hole in it and running a piece of paracord through it. then just tie a loop at the end of the string and presto you have the same thing that can hold 50 easily without breaking

Tom Only getting to gym 2-3 times a week lately, so picking up a few things I can do at home in between -- this seems to be OK for a fill-in, considering I just use 5-10 pounds -- read the other comment, can see that if going with 20# this might fall apart...my plan was to get a dowel and rope to do the same thing, but spotted this at the store and got lazy :)

Lurch Great for the slow down part of a work out. After heavy lifting it's almost like a break.

JOE Great for the slow down part of a work out. After heavy lifting it's almost like a break.

Sarge I used this product fill in bare spots in my yard!

Big Tom this works



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Yes4All Wrist and Forearm Blaster – �…

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