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    How thick a rope for olympic plates?

    I can't afford dumbbells atm, so am going to try and pull this off, hoping my grip is strong enough to hold the other end of a 20-kg plate at least.
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    Depends on the type/strength of rope, but assuming you're working with what you have at home I'd suggest the thickest rope you have that can squeeze through the center of the plate.
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