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  • Homemade drag sled

    I've just finished a post on making a homemade drag sled. Its simple, cheap and a lot of fun to use. Great for increasing your power, you can even add bodyweight exercises to each end of the drag or pull for a full body workout. Hope you enjoy.

    As always I'm interested in what people thing of my article and blog in general. Suggestions and criticisms are welcome.
    www.back-to-primal.blogspot.com or on Facebook here

    My training journal if anyone is interested

    Be strong to be useful

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    Killer idea man. I'm gonna steal it!
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    • #3
      Even easier is to buy a $15 plastic sled (the ones flat on the bottom). That's all you really need, and load it. I get your point regarding friction and the need to load it heavier, but the plastic sled is much, much friendlier to your lawn.

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      • #4
        Also a lot easier and cheaper, but not as cool-looking----drag a pile of cast off, free for the taking, pallets. Also helps to keep your yard sort of neat and trim.
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        • #5
          Originally posted by pizzmor View Post
          Killer idea man. I'm gonna steal it!
          Thats great, I love to hear that.

          Originally posted by Abu Reena View Post
          Even easier is to buy a $15 plastic sled (the ones flat on the bottom). That's all you really need, and load it. I get your point regarding friction and the need to load it heavier, but the plastic sled is much, much friendlier to your lawn.
          I use mine in the park that backs onto my house, Its pretty wet outside now and a couple of runs up and down didn't do any damage, I was actually suprised how little it affected the grass.

          Originally posted by periquin View Post
          Also a lot easier and cheaper, but not as cool-looking----drag a pile of cast off, free for the taking, pallets. Also helps to keep your yard sort of neat and trim.
          I think thats even cooler looking ;-)
          www.back-to-primal.blogspot.com or on Facebook here

          My training journal if anyone is interested

          Be strong to be useful

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          • #6
            plastic wheel barrow tub will work too, you can get the tub only at most large hard ware stores

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