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Rotating Or Stationary Handle More Difficult In The Dumbbell?


Kashtan

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Lift the dumbbell, it scrolls, then handle to scroll, and I picked up a dumbbell. It turns out, the rotating handle is easier to lift of? :unsure

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Do you mean : Is the Rolling thunder loaded to 172 easier or harder than the inch dumbbell ?

If so the rolling thunder is easier than the inch dumbbell.

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Something is being lost in translation I think. It seems like Kashtan is asking if a dumbbell with rotating collars/handle is easier than a solid dumbbell. I would think rotating handle of a db would be easier just like that of the RT.

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Something is being lost in translation I think. It seems like Kashtan is asking if a dumbbell with rotating collars/handle is easier than a solid dumbbell. I would think rotating handle of a db would be easier just like that of the RT.

Yes.DanCottle thanks. :rolleyesexactly .

Sorry for my english.

My observation enable me to conclude that the rotary handle of DB in the deadlift lighter than non rotary .

In the handle, type RT and Crusher contrary. Fixed easier in lift. Otherwise, the young man (185 lbs) in the video, lift on video at 198 pounds 3" handle, such as strong as Rich, Tex, and Show. :rolleyes

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  • 2 weeks later...

A rotating handle on a dumbbell is easier than fixed. With the fixed it seems to attack the thumb more (which is the weakest link).

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