Nails are perfect for learning how to bend steel and build hand strength.
These are basic round head 6″ nails with 5mm diameter.
1 – 2 Star difficulty is for beginners to steel bending / snapping. These are ideal for working on your technique, building a solid foundation of strength and endurance.
3 – 4.5 Star difficulty is a noticeable step up from the 2 star difficulty, especially on the initial bend. This level is where most people will find the best results for training, practice makes perfect.
5 – 6 Star difficulty is where things start to get tough. The initial bend on an the 5 – 6 star pieces of steel is not for the faint hearted. Snapping one of these is a great accomplishment.
6.5 – 7+ Star difficulty is home to the elite steel benders. This level of strength requires a lot of practice and dedication. It’s good to get hold of one of these and feel just how tough it is. Practice practice practice…
Steel bending is a great way to improve both your grip strength and cardiovascular endurance.