But I’d rather save my hard-earned shekels for something sharp & shiny or loud & concealable. So I trolled around and checked out several sites on home-made versions. I liked the one at Ross Enamait’s site, Rosstraining.com. Ross’s site is a great place for advice, inspiration, and plenty of other DIY advice and projects. I used some other guy’s YouTube video to make a quick and easy door anchor.
I found the lashing straps on Amazon, and the PVC and rope for the foot loops at Lowes. Total spend< $27. It took longer to order and acquire the supplies than it did to make the system. Now I have another highly functional addition to the home-gym system
while saving more than $150. And it can be used and scaled for the rest of the tribe as they work on their pushing/pulling/core movements. This was/is a great investment in so many ways.
I wanted to give it a try, so I cranked out a quick workout:
Double KB Squat to Push-Press; Single KB Clean & Press; Single Leg RDLs
Suspension Trainer: Alternated sets Pushups & Rows, 10 x 10