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We built the Top Roller to simplify your work out.

trWhy do several different wrist and forearm exercises using several different pieces of expensive equipment when you can see the same result from using just the TopRoller? The TopRoller is a revolutionary wrist and forearm pronation and supination training tool. In as little as five minutes a day (each arm) and your wrist and forearm will be strengthened and you will see results quickly.

The TopRoller is made from industrial strength materials and only available here at TopRollerStrong.com. Order yours today!

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How to use the TopRoller

The TopRoller can be used to strengthen both your pronation and supination wrist movement. The TopRoller can be connected to three different resistance options using either a load pin or carabiner clip: standard olympic weights, cable machine, or resistance band.

Pronation Training

To train your pronation movement, connect the TopRoller to your resistance option of choice.
Grasp the handle with your palm facing upward. Ensure that the TopRoller chain is in line with the back of your hand.

Stand up with your torso upright as if you had a dumbbell in your hand being held at arms length. The elbow should be close to your torso.

While holding the upper arm stationary, curl forward while rotating your wrist in toward the body and contracting the bicep as you exhale. In a slow and controlled manner continue the movement until your biceps is fully contracted and the TopRoller is at shoulder level. (Tip: Only the forearm should move)

Slowly begin to bring the TopRoller back to starting position as you inhale.

Repeat the movement with the other hand. This equals one repetition.

Continue alternating in this manner for the recommended amount of repetitions.

Supination Training

To train your supination movement, connect the TopRoller to your resistance option of choice. Ensure that the chain is hanging in line with your palm.

Stand up with your torso upright as if you had a dumbbell in your hand being held at arms length. The elbow should be close to the torso. The palms of the hands should be facing your torso. This will be your starting position (i.e. neutral grip).

In a slow and controlled manner, rotate your wrist away from your body as you exhale ending with your palm facing up.

Rotate back into the neutral grip position. Repeat the movement with your other hand. This equals one repetition.

Continue alternating in this manner for the recommended amount of repetitions.

Variations: There are many possible variations for this movement. For instance, you can perform the exercise sitting down on a bench with or without back support and you can also perform it by doing both arms at the same time if you buy two TopRollers.