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    things to get cavewoman strong! soo fun and easy too

    I made a slosh pipe, I did get the 3inch the 4 was too big around for me..man it is killer I really have to get into a super tight core stance to balance it, did it for 5 min. then made 2 of them Bulgarian training bags with tire tube, duct tape and sand. made a small one out of the scraps to play with my son tossing it back and forth..the handles stick up from the duct tape so I called one big devil and the other lil devil lol

    made a kettle bell out of a gallon milk jug packed with sand and duct tape on top and on handle and swung it around for awhile. man I am tired! what a workout, plus I hiked my mt today.

    now I am going to make charts for what things I can do with all the above! try it ladies it is fun! xoxo Darlene


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    Cool! I used my slosh pipes today too. I did a circuit of:


    Set of Push ups

    Sledghammers on a tire

    Pull ups

    Slosh Tube


    I varied each exercise (different push ups, etc.) and did five rounds of the above. I then went and took a long nap! ;->


    Hope you won't be too sore tomorrow, but if you are, remember it is a good sore.


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    oh Dave! wow I am just at the point of standing there trying to balance the sucker lol

    I hope I can start doing other things with it like sprinting up my hill when I get my core stronger. it sure works I will tell you that!

    good on you taking a nap!!!

    yes it will be a good sore, lol

    the Bulgarian bags are sooo fun too and I made it in under 10 min! got the tire tube at Shucks auto for under $12! already had the sand. xoxox Darlene


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    How much does your milkjug kettlebell weigh?

    You lousy kids! Get off my savannah!

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    I put it on the scale and it was a bit over 14 pds

    which isn't much for a man but perfect for me just starting out. I wonder if you can fill it with concrete?

    my Bulgarian bag that I made for me was 20 pds

    which is good for a woman to start with, the over head swings are pretty tough! the slosh pipe is so amazing you can feel your core has to go mega tight to hold it balanced! xxoox Darlene

    P.s I put a lot of duct tape on the milk jug handle and it feels pretty comfortable now


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    bump for primal child


    I woke up soo sore in my stomach area ...think it was that slosh pipe!


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    Thanks. I'm thinking of getting one of those 18 litre water jugs and filling it with sand. I wonder how much it would weigh, and if it would explode if I threw it.

    You lousy kids! Get off my savannah!

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    I am not sure...I don't plan on throwing mine I don't think it would last but then again it is a reg milk jug.

    I packed it pretty tight. the things you can do with sand lol xoxo Darlene


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