@cringe Some good ideas!
I use:
1 excavator tire tied upright to a tree for sledgehammer tabatas
1 excavator tire for tire flipping
1 homemade bulgarian bag
1 homemade sandbag for bearhug carries etc,
2 homemade gadas
1 battle rope
1 homemade trx, 1 from Lidl
different steel and wooden clubs
different castiron and steel kettlebells
dumbells with different weight plates
2 homemade wooden tools for farmers walk with possibility to add extra weight plates
ab wheel
pullup bar
bodyweight
running

@cringe Well, it's kind of fun. I feel better after/with training, but it's no hobby for me. I am an old fart (60), so I have to work out to preserve strength, endurance and mobility. An as Profesor Froboese says: "If you don't take some time for your sport, you will have to take a lot more time for your illnesses later on."

@cringe I forgot to mention a tool that I used yesterday together with others around the house - my homemade slosh pipe.
t-nation.com/training/sloshing
Great tool for outdoor use, effective, cheap and easy to make!
Look at Dan John:

@ubo that sounds effective... I tried overhead squats with kettlebells tied to the bar with rubber bands. Anything wobbly or sloshy is very taxing to control. Sounds like you build some pretty good equipment. πŸ‘

@cringe Just saw two very similar logos, which reminded me of something I need to tell you about the slosh pipe. That tool is known for many, many years now. But some years ago, a very "innovative" and "creative" company invested a lot of work and brain. Now you can buy a slAsh pipe instead of making your a slOsh pipe. Isn't that a fantastic result? πŸ€¦β€β™‚οΈ πŸ˜‚

@cringe Oh, and of course it must be made from pure gold, at least if you see the prices!

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