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FOREARM RING: Steel - 12.5 cm
Steel Forearm Ring - 12.5 cm (One Ring)

 
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X-Large. Most people can slide this size ring to their biceps. They are for people with x-large forearms -or- for great GRIP training. Outside diameter: 12.5 cm / 4.9 in. Inside Diameter 9.5 cm / 3.75 in. Thickness 1.5 cm / .6 in. Weight: Approx. 1.13 lbs / 512 g. These rings are worn on your forearms as you practice your forms. Not only do they add weight to build up your arm muscles, they harden your forearms for serious blocking! Learn More >>
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Product Code: RING-IRON02-125MM

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Steel Forearm Rings - 12.5cm

This is a single extra-large-sized iron ring for your martial arts training. Most people can slide this size ring to their biceps. They are better for people with x-large forearms or for grip training.

These are the original weight training devices in Chinese martial arts. They provide the ultimate in weight resistance. These rings are typically worn on your forearms as you practice your forms or drills. Not only do they add weight to build up your arm muscles, but they also harden your forearms for serious blocking! Also, when you strike with real power and speed, the rings make a distinctive sharp clang that any genuine master will recognize as true Kung Fu skill! How many can you handle?

These rings are also used for training your grip. Grip these rings on the outside with your fingertips and squeeze to develop strength for your claw/lop sao attacks!

Approximate Measurements:
- Outside diameter: 12.5 cm / 4.9 in.
- Inside Diameter: 9.5 cm / 3.75 in.*
- Thickness: 1.5 cm / .6 in.
- Weight: Approx 1.13 lbs / 512 g
- Note the rings can vary in size, these measurements are approximations.
* X-Large. Most people can slide this size ring to their biceps. They are for people with x-large forearms -or- for great GRIP training. -

The rings are still commonly called "iron" rings, even though most modern ones are made from a stainless steel.