Leverage Ball

$68.49
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Leverage Ball

The other day I went through a quick workout with the leverage ball. I did some braced wrist curls, curls behind, and what I call leverage ball circles (where you either sit or stand and brace your arm and draw circles clockwise and counterclockwise)

Let me tell you what a lower arm workout!!

My forearm was ready to POP! I felt my entire hand, wrist, and forearm like never before!

I am extremely pleased to be able to share this Gem with YOU

*Work Your Grip In unlimited planes of movement!

*Get an Awesome Pump in Your   Forearms!

*Puts Torque on Your wrist that other grip tools don't!

Uses standard size plates. Comes with (2) FREE Pitt-Bull collars!With the leverage Factor 5-10 lbs feels like 50-100 lbs depending on where you place the weights.

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  • 5
    Tuff as hell!

    Posted by Unknown on 30th May 2017

    If you thought your wrists were strong there not believe me. After using the leverage ball they will! Awesome piece of equipment wish I had this when I first started training.

  • 5
    Prepare to be humbled

    Posted by Greg (Australia) on 5th May 2017

    Another deceptively challenging grip tool.
    Good hand strength builder, great for building static wrist strength, only have small hands and find you really have to dig in with the finger pressure to perform a lift, good for holds, curls, rotational and swinging movements, feel it really works the thumbs, happy with the purchase and get ready to be humbled.

  • 5
    Fit For A Strongman

    Posted by Joaquin on 9th Oct 2016

    Don't be deceived by this very well crafted, but simple looking device. It provides a near infinite amount of resistance, via leverage, by moving the plate up and down the shaft, or adding more weight. Further, there is a variety of different routines that can be adopted for a thorough workout. One, named "Circling the Dumbbell," was suggested by Oldtime Strongman, Edward Aston, in How To Develop A Powerful Grip. "It is an exceptionally good exercise for the whole of the wrists," he said. Sit down, rest your elbow on a table, and with your forearm held vertically, grasp the end of a round headed dumbbell, then roll it in a circle so the furthest end makes the fullest possible arc. Revolve the dumbbell to the left until your wrist begins to tire, then rotate it to the right. The Leverage Ball works perfectly for this training technique, so get one soon and train hard like a Strongman.

  • 5
    Awesome!

    Posted by Unknown on 4th Jul 2013

    Love this piece of equipment! Hits the wrists and thumbs in a way that nothing else can.

  • 5
    Great tool for baseball players

    Posted by Unknown on 20th Jun 2013

    I bought this tool to help me increase power in my wrist in all planes of motion for softball. I like to do figure eights, draw circles, draw each letter in the alphabet, reverse wrist curls and reverse curls. It's very fun to use and looks very cool. Like it belongs in a weightlifting museum. If you have around 7 1/2 hands like me get the 3 1/2 inch. 4 inch would be too big.

  • 5
    Grip Strength Training Kills My Wrist

    Posted by Unknown on 24th May 2013

    I had no idea how much I needed grip strength training until I started using the Leverage Ball. Man, I couldn't hold on to a baby chicken before the Ball. After that first workout, I felt like my wrist was about to split in two and my forearm was about to fall off. That's a testament to the power of the Leverage Ball.

  • 5
    Awesome Quality

    Posted by Mark on 8th Mar 2013

    I haven't seen quality like this in a long time. Great workmanship. I purchased the 4 1/2 in. Leverage Ball & placed a 10 lb. plate near the end of the bar. What an amazing forearm blasting tool!! Definitely worth every penny.

  • 5
    Another unique product

    Posted by Manuel on 5th Apr 2012

    I received this today and am impressed. Works your grip in a manner tough to duplicate. One word of advice. I'm 5'8" and I'd say I have average hands for a guy my size. I bought the 4" ball, but I think the 3.5" ball would have been better for me. No big deal, you can always use less weight. However, it's easy to sprain your thumb if you get too large a ball or use too much weight. Then you can't train for weeks/months. If you have what I call "basketball hands" get a 4.5" ball. Just my 2 cents. I practice BJJ, and this will definitely help my grappling.

  • 4
    Excellent finisher!

    Posted by K Mueller on 30th Mar 2012

    Bulletproof piece of gear, and an excellent way to finish of your lower arms at the end of a session. Load it up relatively heavy for holds and swings, go a bit lighter and work levering, circles and figure 8's, and tosses.