I’ve only had it an hour and I’m up to 4,125. Is this good? I’ve seen that guy in the YouTube video and know it’s possible to get much higher!! Must keep practicing…. 5 years ago
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i bought my powerball 2 weeks ago, and i pratice about 30min a day, instead of trying the max RPM’s i repeat the runs of 30s and 60s to try to increase the number of rotations in that period.
I think this is really good! it helped me gain a bit more of strength on my arm.
currently my top is 11973 RPM, and i’m kinda skinny, so i think any of you can achieve that easily! 5 years ago
My brother gave me a Dyna-Flex PowerBall last year, but I haven’t used it much, for no good reason. Who wouldn’t want to work with this thing? It’ll give you fingers of steel, and you’ll be climbing walls like Spidey in no time.
Yesterday, I started playing with it again. I’m getting it up to just about 6000 RPM. Is 10K RPM out of reach? Maybe, but I hope not! 6 years ago
What’s a guy to do when he has no computer? – Get “stand alone” gadgets of course! Using a thinly disguised reasoning of it’s actually a fitness aid, I picked up a Powerball – a little gadget that uses a Gyroscope so that as you spin it in your hand, it gets heavier and heavier.
I’m trying to do it twice a day, once in the morning, once in the evening, since it’s supposed to help with RSI and the like, and yeah, it’s kind of addictive.
So far, I’ve got it up to 8997 RPM, an improvement on the previous days 7997 RPM, and well up from my earlier attempts. So, I’m aiming to be able to hit 10K consistently, a goal that seems to be within reach with another week or so of practice. 6 years ago