Blacksmiths demonstrated their superior strength by lifting an anvil by the horn--the taper of the horn and the weight of the anvil tested one's grip to the limit. Now you can train progressively and conveniently and this test of grip strength.
An event favorite at grip compeitions worldwide, the Little Big Horn current world records are*:
See how you compare: at the 2012 IronMind Record Breakers, Adam Glass hauled up 100 kg (220.5 lb.), what is now the de facto world record. If you can do:
6" long x 3" in diameter at one end, tapering to 1-1/2". Use a loading pin (not included) for quick, easy weight changes.
No. 1257 (8 lb.) $107.95
If you need a loading pin and clip, please see item Nos. 1313-C and 1314-C.
|Product ReviewsClick here to review this item|
|Could be an anvil||2/11/2014|
|Waited a while to get one of these and wish I had not. Looks like light weight metal but is actually completely turned solid steel. Finish is superb. If you fancy yourself a grip person this has to be on your list.|
|- Steven C., MI|
|Fun way to train grip||6/14/2013|
|One of my favorite grip tools. I love doing my pull-ups, hammer curls, shrugs, upright rows, and rows with these things. Much more fun way to do those exercises. This thing is incredibly well made and much bigger than I thought it would be.|
|- Pete, CT|