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Rogue Cannonball Grips

Rogue 3" Cannonball Grip Pair
2x Cannonballs
Straps and Carabiners not included
Rogue Grip Strap and Carabiner Set
(2) Straps
(2) Carabiners

Rogue Cannonball Grips

Versatile Hand & Grip Strength Training

Great grip strength isn’t something an athlete is born with. It needs to be developed like any other part of strength training. With Rogue Cannonballs, an easy-on/never-off strap system allows for a wide range of functional grip training exercises. You can use them for pull-ups or attach them to a barbell, kettle bell, or dumbbell to enhance grip strength across nearly any part of your regimen.

Watch Video: The grip system set-up for Cannonball Dead Lifts.

Rogue Cannonball Grip System Specifications:

  • 3" diameter spheres with signature Rogue powder coat
  • 1/4” thick steel tab with hole to mount to carabiner
  • Length: 12" strap

Gear Specs

Brand Rogue Fitness
Made In USA Yes
Color Black
Product Weight 1LB each
Length 12" strap
Diameter 3"
Rogue Cannonball Grips is rated 4.8 out of 5 by 37.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from You will be happy you did I bought these and at first had to use a band to hep with pull ups. Because to my surprised my grip was not as strong as I thought is was. After a few months of work I could stop using the band and man did my hand strength increase.
Date published: 2015-03-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Another Brutal Product from Rogue My weakness has been my grip strength. As my lifting has progressed to heavier weights my grip has been a limiting factor and I have resorted to using lifting straps. They have proven to be a double edged sword as my grip strength never seems to catch up! Spring grips or rubber squeeze balls just doing seem to help with the hang strength needed. Enter the Cannon Balls. Nothing I have used has been as effective or intense as these for working the forearms and grip strength. Even as I sit here I am having a hard time typing because my fingers aren’t moving right after a workout. The Cannon Balls with Carabineers work with any dumb bell, kettle bell or pull up bar. If you want to simply work on grip strength use them for Farmer Carry or get brutal and try Farmer Carry to the fourth floor, switch your grip and carry the weights back down! After a month of use I have seen huge improvement in my grip strength. I would recommend having some lifting chalk as they do tend to get a little slick. As with everything I have purchased from Rogue, the quality is unmatched and Rogue’s service unparalleled.
Date published: 2014-11-01
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Possible Quality Issues I purchased these and they are awesome. They seem solid and durable. They will definitely improve my grip with continued use. I have two issues. One of the cannonballs rattles. It sounds like there is a screw or piece of metal moving around inside it. The other is quiet, no rattle. The rattle does not affect the exterior of the product and I will not return the product. However, this would lead me to question the construction of these products and other Rogue products. Secondly, the straps could be a little cleaner. They are robust straps, but there are flaps that aren't sewn down, making the strap unnecessarily bulky, which can be annoying. I would suggest to others to use climbing slings. They can be bought in many lengths and used for many different applications. I hope Rogue reviews this and makes the proper adjustments in quality control. Also, I hope that they continue to improve their products based on customer input. I have numerous Rogue products and will continue to purchase from them. I just hope they keep their quality standards high for the prices that we pay.
Date published: 2015-10-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Required pullup accessory I recently started getting back in shape 3 1/2 months ago after two years of being idle. At the time, I could only do 3 pullups. I am now able to do 17... still a little short of the 20 I was able to do 2 years ago. Even so, I was only able to do 2 pullups with these Cannonball grips when I first got them! I am up to 6 and feel that they have made a big difference in my grip strength in only two weeks. A must-own in my book.
Date published: 2014-08-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from challenging I call them "balls". Try to chin up holding on to them and you will understand real quick that it requires - to do it on this "appliance"
Date published: 2016-09-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from These are great I’ve had these for years and people enjoy trying them. Great for the lats especially when you go full extension to full pull up (chin to attachment point or higher). These the ends of the fingers quite a bit more than the vertical cylinder grips below. I use these in conjunction with the grandfather clock grips and my new nunchuck 25mm standard knurl grip. I only use one caribiner system on all three to save money
Date published: 2019-02-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Well made and versatile! Don't underestimate the importance of grip strength or the versatility that grip strength focused exercises can provide to your programming. Personally, implements such as these have helped me cue myself to grip the bar tighter when performing other exercises; subsequently allowing me to move heavier weight. During a grueling workout, I utilize implements such as these or Rogue's Pinch Blocks to create a different or less monotonous variation of an exercise I do regularly, such as a landmine row. Lastly these will remove any momentum out of your pull up. The welds are clean and robust. These easily supported my 215 lbs body with an additional 70 lbs strapped to me.
Date published: 2020-07-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Up-Right Rows Besides all the other exercises lifters have mentioned, attach these cannonballs to a loading pin w/straps or chain and do a few sets of Up-Right Rows with them.
Date published: 2016-05-18
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