Arm Blaster
Arm Blaster

Arm Blaster

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$49.99
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The Arm Blaster is another 21st century adaptation of an old-school weightlifting classic. Made from 0.25" thick laser-cut formed aluminum with a nylon strap, this simple device is designed to be worn around the neck when the lifter is performing biceps curls.

By ensuring that the arms remain tight against the body throughout the movement, the Arm Blaster promotes proper form while also isolating the biceps—maximizing the strength-building benefits of the workout.

This type of accessory first appeared on the scene in the 1970s and quickly became one of the trusted tools of the trade among competitive weightlifters, bodybuilders, and other strength athletes.

The Arm Blaster offered an innovative way to prevent the arms from flaring out during heavyweight curls, thus concentrating all the strain and concentrated power into the biceps muscles.

 

Additional Specifications:

  • 0.25" thick laser-cut formed aluminum plate
  • Black Anodized Finish
  • Length: 24"
  • Width: 4.5" (Depth)
  • Height: 4"
  • Adjustable Nylon Neck Strap 

An icon of 1970s fitness, variations of the arm blaster were used and promoted by some of the biggest international names in weightlifting and bodybuilding. The design takes everything good about this classic accessory and updates it for greater efficiency, user comfort, and lasting performance.

The Arm Blaster is uniquely designed to encourage consistent, proper form when performing arm curls. The metal portion of the device is positioned against the upper abdominal muscles and is curved at each end—so if an athlete's arms are at his or her sides, the metal will slip between the body and the arm and then curl around the back of the triceps. This makes it nearly impossible to flare the arms to the sides while wearing the device, meaning your upper arms will remain safely locked in the proper position.

You might not be a world class 1970s body builder or a future governor of California, but if you’re looking to target the upper arms, this tool is a time-tested way to isolate the biceps for a very intense, difference-making workout.