The T6 is the heaviest, Longest- Thickest and Strongest Built-in resistance of the Sidewinder line. In other words, light resistance to Impossible. This BAD BOY contains an adjustable, calibrated tension gauge that accommodates the beginners to the elite athlete. This all-in-one unit targets the Forearms, Wrists, Fingers and Thumbs.
The T6 maintains the same resistance level of your choice no matter how many revolutions you twist the handles.
A self-contained unit with an adjustable tension knob for an easy transition of resistance. It is highly capable of helping sport enthusiasts and the athlete seeking serious Hand & Wrist strength in professional sports.
What sets us apart from our competitors is the combination of constant tension, exaggerated range of motion, single/double hand usage and multiple hand positions makes the Sidewinder Pro Xtreme T6 an essential tool for anyone pursuing larger well-developed forearms.
Controlled motion is one of the best features to prevent injuries.
Approx 2.2kg in weight
* 6″ Knurled and tapered handles for a no-slip grip as well as fat grip training and
a desire to crush things.
*Crafted from aluminium by high-tech CNC machines and anodized for strength and durability.
*Our resistance material allows for a smooth feel at all levels of tension.
*Besides the quality, our adjustable calibrated tension knob makes all the difference. You can make as many changes to the resistance as you would like to accommodate the youngest of beginners to the seasoned athlete.
*The tension knob sits on a steel roller bearing allowing ease of adjustment.
*You can turn the Sidewinder endlessly in one direction as many times as you would like while maintaining the same resistance, this means you can choose the part of the forearm you wish to exercise.
*Made and assembled by hand in the USA!
Techniques & Instructions for the Xtreme T6:
The basic motion is turning and twisting much like opening a jar. It can also be twisted with the thumb and fingers for a Pinch Grip as well as the Palm Grip for wrist strength. The adjustment knob can be used at light resistance for therapy such as twisting small caps like water bottles etc. And finally turning the Xtreme T6 horizontally or vertically for serious Fat Grip training.
When not in use the Sidewinder's tension knob should be set back to neutral, which is at no resistance. This will keep your Sidewinder in peak performance.
You must pace yourself, start on the lowest tension and as you get stronger, turn up the tension and work up slowly to a greater resistance.