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Intro to Nail Bending

If you are thinking about starting nail bending, my ebook is a great place to start. You can check it out here ===> How to Bend Nails.

Not sure it’s a quality product? Check out these videos. I have never met this fellow in my life, but he is Jordan Vezina, and he has done many quality videos like this on YouTube. His site is Average To Elite. Please check him out. He is a an RKC and ISSA certified fitness instructor in Palo Alto CA.

He is one of many kettlebell practitioners that have enjoyed the Nail Bending eBook. Although kettlebell lifting and nail Bending may seem totally different, there are actually many similarities:

    You must prepare the implement. You chalk the kettlebell handle in order to get the best grip, and you chalk the nail and wraps to get the best friction on the nail.

    You must pay attention to technique. If you do not use proper technique with kettlebells, you will not produce maximal strength. If you do not practice good technique with nail bending, you will not bend the nail.

    YOU MUST CREATE TENSION. Tension throughout the body contributes to better form and command with the kettlebell. Creating tension throughout the body when bending nails gets the kink started and allows you to finish the nail off.

The similarities go on and on. If you are a kettlebell practitioner, I encourage you to try out the Nail Bending eBook and learn how to bend nails safe and strong today.

All the best in your training,

-Jedd-

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2 Responses to “Intro to Nail Bending”

  1. Shane Says:

    Good Vid.

    Jedd, I feel the wraps make the bends too easy. Am I the only one that feels this way? I like using a simple towel.

  2. Jedd Says:

    The wraps make the bends easier – there’s no doubt. It reduces pain and increases leverage. A bend done with a small towel is going to be much tougher the one with leather.

    With that said, I use leather. I am not in denial about the whole wrapping thing. Plus, I only bend for contests so I don’t have a lot of emotion wrapped up in the nail/bolt/stock.

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