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Sorinex War Hammer

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Here's some pics with explanations for the Sorinex War Hammer!

Overall pic: http://www.gripboard.com/index.php?app=galleryℑ=11021

Pic showing handle going all the way through the globe and the 1" fill hole: http://www.gripboard.com/index.php?app=galleryℑ=11022

Comparison pic of handle lengths of various sledge hammers: http://www.gripboard.com/index.php?app=galleryℑ=11023

Comparison pic of various hammer heads: http://www.gripboard.com/index.php?app=galleryℑ=11024

This is a BEAST of a Hammer!

The powder coating allows for a great gripping surface!

The biggest advantage to the War Hammer over conventional sledge hammers is the round globe doesn't

torque with your hits as often times with a conventional sledge. This gives one a peace of mind that they

won't tweak or injure their wrists when swinging the War Hammer!

The next advantage is it's loadable! One can use various media for fill material such as lead shot, steel media,

sand, etc.

Before one can complain about the price one must consider ALL the advantages and the fact that you'll never

need another Hammer. You can have numerous Hammers in one with its loadable feature!

This weekend I used the War Hammer on a half tractor tire and did some sled training as an added benefit to my

overall conditioning training! I have a video coming SOON that will have you wanting to go outside and train like

a Mad Man! Guaranteed! Wait and see!

BEST Hammer I've ever owned to date and I don't see ever purchasing another Hammer in my lifetime!

Hope you enjoyed and benefited from this written review!!!

Thanks for taking a look at this awesome training tool!!!

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I look forward to seeing the video. I've been planning to pick one of these up as soon as I find a tire.

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Here's some pics with explanations for the Sorinex War Hammer!

Overall pic: http://www.gripboard.com/index.php?app=galleryℑ=11021

Pic showing handle going all the way through the globe and the 1" fill hole: http://www.gripboard.com/index.php?app=galleryℑ=11022

Comparison pic of handle lengths of various sledge hammers: http://www.gripboard.com/index.php?app=galleryℑ=11023

Comparison pic of various hammer heads: http://www.gripboard.com/index.php?app=galleryℑ=11024

This is a BEAST of a Hammer!

The powder coating allows for a great gripping surface!

The biggest advantage to the War Hammer over conventional sledge hammers is the round globe doesn't

torque with your hits as often times with a conventional sledge. This gives one a peace of mind that they

won't tweak or injure their wrists when swinging the War Hammer!

The next advantage is it's loadable! One can use various media for fill material such as lead shot, steel media,

sand, etc.

Before one can complain about the price one must consider ALL the advantages and the fact that you'll never

need another Hammer. You can have numerous Hammers in one with its loadable feature!

This weekend I used the War Hammer on a half tractor tire and did some sled training as an added benefit to my

overall conditioning training! I have a video coming SOON that will have you wanting to go outside and train like

a Mad Man! Guaranteed! Wait and see!

BEST Hammer I've ever owned to date and I don't see ever purchasing another Hammer in my lifetime!

Hope you enjoyed and benefited from this written review!!!

Thanks for taking a look at this awesome training tool!!!

Great pic, that looks like a great new training tool...go Sorinex

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I look forward to seeing the video. I've been planning to pick one of these up as soon as I find a tire.

You'll LOVE this Hammer!!! Way easier on your wrists with no lateral instability at all on the way down!

Here's some pics with explanations for the Sorinex War Hammer!

Overall pic: http://www.gripboard.com/index.php?app=galleryℑ=11021

Pic showing handle going all the way through the globe and the 1" fill hole: http://www.gripboard.com/index.php?app=galleryℑ=11022

Comparison pic of handle lengths of various sledge hammers: http://www.gripboard.com/index.php?app=galleryℑ=11023

Comparison pic of various hammer heads: http://www.gripboard.com/index.php?app=galleryℑ=11024

This is a BEAST of a Hammer!

The powder coating allows for a great gripping surface!

The biggest advantage to the War Hammer over conventional sledge hammers is the round globe doesn't

torque with your hits as often times with a conventional sledge. This gives one a peace of mind that they

won't tweak or injure their wrists when swinging the War Hammer!

The next advantage is it's loadable! One can use various media for fill material such as lead shot, steel media,

sand, etc.

Before one can complain about the price one must consider ALL the advantages and the fact that you'll never

need another Hammer. You can have numerous Hammers in one with its loadable feature!

This weekend I used the War Hammer on a half tractor tire and did some sled training as an added benefit to my

overall conditioning training! I have a video coming SOON that will have you wanting to go outside and train like

a Mad Man! Guaranteed! Wait and see!

BEST Hammer I've ever owned to date and I don't see ever purchasing another Hammer in my lifetime!

Hope you enjoyed and benefited from this written review!!!

Thanks for taking a look at this awesome training tool!!!

Great pic, that looks like a great new training tool...go Sorinex

Thanks Big T! Glad you liked the pics my friend!

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I can not say enough great things about the war hammer. I love training with it and it still kicks my butt every time. Thank you Sorinex

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