Learn To Bend Steel Bars!
Bending steel bars is one of the classic feats of strength made popular by many of the strongest men in history. Men like the Amazing Samson, Siegmund Breitbart and the Mighty Atom who would bend thick iron bars in their stage acts many years ago. They only became stronger as time went on.
That’s because bending steel is one of the greatest forms of exercise a strength athlete can do. Why? Scrolling takes not only strength, but taxes every muscle in the body, as you move from position to position. And you may not believe it at first, but you will when you try, but this will get you huffing and puffing and is an ultimate conditioner.
One piece of steel can be bent many different ways. Loop it around once. Loop it around twice and watch as the difficulty more then doubles. Build an incredible gripping power, thick cord-like tendons, a powerful core and become a workhorse in power.
Really there is no exercise quite like scrolling. When asked if he would recommend one exercise to the would-be strongman Dennis Rogers replied “Scrolling”
When you can bend steel, everything else is easy.
But you don’t just have Dennis Rogers guiding you through this amazing feat of strength. Together with the World’s Greatest Bar Scroller- Erik Vining, they teach you the basics of this art form of skill and strength. Topics covered in this jam-packed DVD include:
- The Best Place to Get Steel
- What Type is Best to Use and Why
- How to Cut it Proficiently
- How to Tell if the Ends Have Been Cut off of a Scroll
- Bending Positions such as the Neck Bend and Thigh Bend
- Foot Positioning
- How to Push-Pull
- How to Keep the Bar from Moving
- Crushing Styles
- Body Manipulation for Greater Pulling Power
- How to Get Maximum Leverage
- Scroll Symmetry
- Why Surface is Important
- Bending Positions You Should Not Use
- Hold to Mold a Design
- How to make a Fish
- How to Do a Loop-Over or Coil
- Thinking a Design Through
- How to make a Steel Pretzel
Plus Learn What Erik Uses for
- How Erik Keeps His Shoulders Healthy
- “The Pipe of Pain”
- Erik’s Secret Weapon
- Why He Uses Cables
- Why He Uses Thick Handles
- How to Build Explosive Power for Bending
Slim the Hammer Man was also a World Class Bar Bender. In fact, Erik believes that when Slim was scrolling bars, he was the best of all time. Slim’s influence for scrolling largely came from Sigmund Breitbart’s designs, and from the Mighty Atom- Slim’s mentor. In turn, it was Slim who was the greatest influence on Erik when it came to producing world-class scrolls.
Slim’s toughest scroll, no doubt, was this triple loop design made of 3/8” thick, 1” wide steel, eight feet long. It took tremendous power and endurance to complete a scroll like this.
Kinda Gets You Motivated To Get the DVD
And Grab Some Steel Doesn’t It?
Need More Encouragement?
- See Erik Bend His Famous Signature Scroll
- See How to Handle Super Long Bars
- Watch and Learn as Erik Shows You His Steel Twisting Technique
- Watch as Erik Calculates His Bends
- Learn Why He Uses Bolts in His Infinity Scrolls
We’re Not Done Yet!
In His Odd Object Bending and Breaking DVD Dennis said he was out of the “S” wrench bending business. But, we all know what happens when a couple of buddies get together to “work out.” Just the anticipation of getting with Erik to do this DVD got Dennis so fired up that he just couldn’t help himself.
The Result: Watch as the very first 10”
“S” Wrench is Bent
Right Before Your Eyes!
Yes that’s right. All of the “S” wrenches that Dennis previously bent were 8 inches long. This baby is 10” of solid steel- molded by hand by the Grandmaster himself, with the Master Scroller and you as witnesses! It’s your chance to watch and learn how it’s done.
Just a short time after receiving this DVD, Strongman Chris Rider accomplished the “S” bend as well with both 8” and 10” wrenches – PLUS with a steel framing hammer!
Maybe you will be the next one to Perform this Incredible Feat!
This DVD is Approximately 80 Minute Long!
You’ll learn everything you need to know about scrolling. Everything from buying steel to assistance exercises. You’ll see the basic designs to get started with and tips on getting started towards the more advanced scrolls. You’ll see the masters at work.