As Seen On

Quick, Easy Setup for Homemade Wrist Roller

Quick, Easy Setup for Homemade Wrist Roller

Here is a quick video showing you how to setup your own wrist roller with minimal equipment.

I saw this technique being utilized by Mike Rojas of Strong 101 Gym.

Here is the equipment you need.


– kettlebells or dumbbells

– elastic bands OR rope *

– a power cage

– an Olympic bar

* Rope setup – if you use the rope setup, you might need some duct tape to adhere it to bar so it doesn’t slip around.  Also, when we have used the rope setup, we tied a carabiner to the end of the rope to loop around for quick change around.

The Setup

Step 1 – Offset Olympic Bar

Step 2 – Loop Through Kettlebells

Step 3 – Be Cool

Step 4 – Do Work

P.S. Fore more ideas for easy-to-make pieces of strength training equipment, check out the Home Made Strength On-line DVD. In less than an hour you can be on your way to assembling over a half a dozen new pieces of equipment = > Home Made Strength



Articles You Might Also Like:

Tags: , , , , , ,


5 Responses to “Quick, Easy Setup for Homemade Wrist Roller”

  1. Pete Says:

    Awesome. you just saved us 100 bones! Thanks DCrew

  2. Mike Says:

    Thanks for the shout out Smitty!

    Keep spreading the knowledge brotha!

  3. Jim Smith Says:

    You got it brother.

  4. Jerry Shreck Says:


    I have been doing that exercise for years with my athletes and I love it! The jump stretch band gives it just a little different feel than using a rope roller. Nice post brother!

  5. Good Reads for the Week « Bret's Blog Says:

    […] a quick and easy set up for a homemade wrist roller courtesy of the Diesel […]

Leave a Reply