LPG Muscle Tri-Bells 4" Double Dome Tricep Rope
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LPG Muscle Tri-Bells 4″ Double Hi-Tech Tricep Rope – Nothing gets attention like a killer set of triceps. And nothing builds that dominant upper arm muscle group better than hi-tech Tri-Bells extension cables.Manufacturer: LPG MuscleCategory: Cable Attachments
Product Summary & Specs
LPG Muscle Tri-Bells 4″ Double Hi-Tech Tricep Rope – Nothing gets attention like a killer set of triceps. And nothing builds that dominant upper arm muscle group better than hi-tech Tri-Bells extension cables. Engineered to outperform ordinary triceps ropes, Tri-Bells extension cables redefine rope style exercises with a revolutionary new sport grip that delivers 30% greater muscle stimulation. The perfect choice for athletes, Tri-Bells patent pending gripping domes improve sport performance by conditioning gripping and throwing muscles of forearms, wrists and hands, as well as the three heads of the triceps muscles.
- Targets lateral AND long head triceps muscles
- “Ball Style” grip strengthens and conditions forearms, wrists and hand “stabilizer” muscles
- Provides a first ever cable machine alternative for single dumbbell triceps extension exercises
- Uses common rope style exercise movements
- Outperforms common triceps rope
- Hemispherical gripping surface and revolutionary new sport grip
- Fully encased hard plastic domes with textured gripping surface
- 1000# strong ultra-flexible and spider web thin cable suspension for optimal exercise freedom of movement
- Plush, hygienic rubberized cable sleeves
- Color: Black bells and Orange tube covers
- Lifetime Full Replacement Warranty
- US Patent #8,491,448 B2
- Bell Dimensions: 4″ x 4″ x 2″
- Cable Length: 1″ joined at one eyelet
- Weight: 1 lb.
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