I typically make a mock piece, then change and modify the piece til it suits my preference.
You can use it for anything concerning lower body strength/endurance. I've sold prowlers to strongmen and ironmen(triathalons)...so they work both ways
Any suggestions on gear I should make that is or is not on the market? I'm thinking of building a reverse hyper, I just want to see one in person. I just finished 2 drag sleds and had both the push-up spikes and sleds coated.
Pretty sweet to see others that do their own equipment too! I have been looking into building a couple prowlers to have races with. Push them down the alley so far, turn around and pull them back. Would def be a killer workout!
"But as for you, be strong and do not give up, for your work will be rewarded."
Oh, you saw it on bb dot com? Well it must be true then!
Yes I do Resolve, I'll PM you on the Prowler and Sled but I need to know your postal code.
Here is the finished products of the two drag sleds and the larger set of push-up spikes. I'm thrilled with the spikes, but I think i'm going to make changes to the sleds. I'm not sure if it is better to have just one single loop in the front of the sled for attaching or to break it down like I did with two different attachments. I always appreciate feedback good or bad. Thanks to all that have responded so far
Very cool pieces there.
Sorry I_C, No body wants to throw down on a sled with me, and right now I just cant afford to purchase one myself. I would like to order some spikes though. What your method of payment? I would prefer PayPal if you have an account. I'll definitely get some action shots for you too.
The spikes have a textured coating. Thats why they're not glossy.
Nice, I have never tried spikes do you have a price range? Would like to pick up a set, possibly a 2" oly sled too but have to see if my gym owner will let me keep it there.
"No citizen has a right to be an amateur in the matter of physical training...what a disgrace it is for a man to grow old without ever seeing the beauty and strength of which his body is capable." - Socrates