Lots of people ask me what the difference is between the Rolling Thunder and other rolling handle devices.
With the advent of so many cool rolling handle tools on the market, this question is presented to me more and more all the time.
I know how important this information is to you, because thick bar training is one of the best ways to develop grip strength.
Today, I cover the differences between the Rolling Thunder and various other thick bar rolling handle tools, in today’s video.
I’ll also touch on how the Crusher, Trillobite, Silarukov and other thick bar rolling handle tools compare to the Rolling Thunder from IronMind.
I hope this answers your questions about how the Rolling Thunder compares and contrasts with other thick bar training handles on the market.
Incidentally, if your main interest in thick bar training is to bring up your strength on the Rolling Thunder, in order to complete the Crushed to Dust Challenge, then I recommend the Rolling Thunder, in the interest of specifics of training.
And if you’re looking for a training plan to get you to the top of the Rolling Thunder mountain faster than ever before, there’s no better resource than this workout: Crushed to Dust Workout.
All the best in your training.
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The CRUSHED TO DUST WORKOUT:
“Dramatic Difference in Wrist Strength“
“Jedd, I think your tips on wrist training were really important. I’ve noticed many improvements in my wrist strength for steel bending.
It’s given me the strength necessary to destroy the gold nail, without even warming up. I’ve never had this feeling of power in my wrists before.
I’m also seeing improvements on the Rolling Thunder lift – on good days, I’m getting 15-20 reps with 70kg, which is a BIG improvement.
I’m getting close to reaching my goals (CTD Challenge and Inch Dumbbell lift) and every day that passes I feel stronger and stronger.
Thank you so much, for everything!”