Posted On:10/19/2008 9:35pm
Ross training has a topic with tons of good home made equipment.
Posted On:10/19/2008 10:27pm
Style: wing chun
This one's good too. http://www.angelfire.com/ny5/shenand...unt/grunt.html
Agh, well that one is included in the link above by Chr9is. Should have looked before posting. I will have to make one of those kicking pad machines.
Last edited by 8bit; 10/19/2008 10:35pm at .
Posted On:10/24/2008 2:21pm
Does anyone use those Poland Spring Water juggs for weights? You know the one's that are hooked up to the water dispenser machine. Those are pretty heavy. The handle is at angle and feels good in the hands.
I say it can even rival kettlebells.
Posted On:11/01/2008 4:05am
Medicine Ball: buy a cheap basketball from Kmart, cut a 2 inch slit in it, fill with sand and tape up. Use different fillings - rice, dried beans, etc - for different weights.
Sandbag: I use one of those dry bags used for kayaking. You can pick them up at any outdoor store. I live near the beach so I can take the rolled up dry bag down to the beach in a backpack, fill it (the dry bag) with sand and workout, then empty the sand out, roll up the dry bag and off I go.
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