IronMind Little Big Horn

IronMind Little Big Horn
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4.7142857142857 out of 5 based on 7 customer ratings
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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.

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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*:

  • Men: Laine Snook at 107.29 kg/236.53 lb.) on 4 April 2015
  • Women: Elizabeth Horne at 61.45 kg/135.47 lb. on 4 April 2015

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:

  • 130 lb. – average
  • 155 lb. – accomplished
  • 175 lb. – world-class

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.

Color

Silver

Diameter

1.5" – 3"

Length

6"

Weight

8 LB

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IronMind Little Big Horn
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