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    whatre your thoughts?any good workouts from it?whadoya know?
    J Robinson 28 Day 2010-I Did It

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    If I was stuck on a desert island, and could have only one training tool, it would be the Suples Body bag. I love to work out with kettlebells, but the is a tremendous tool as well. they are a bit expensive, but they are worth it. www.suples.com . gruenwald 1000 is a great work out. I also have a couple of bag /kettlebell circuits I do as well.
    "All that we are is the result of what we have thought. The mind is everything. What we think we become."

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    Which one do you have? The medium bag?

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    I have these :

    • Medium Bag (Red Straps) - For Athletes 151-190 lbs.
    • Large Bag (Grey Straps) - For Athletes 191-285 lbs.
    • Extra Large Bag (Brown Straps) - Athletes that are physically well prepared with good strength and conditioning.

    I use different sizes for different workouts.
    "All that we are is the result of what we have thought. The mind is everything. What we think we become."

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    How much do they each weigh? Just out of curiousity.

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    26lbs 12kg, 35lbs 16kg, 53lbs 24kg.. don't let the weights deceive you.. they bury you..
    "All that we are is the result of what we have thought. The mind is everything. What we think we become."

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    Oh, I have no doubt. That was partly why I asked the question.

    I'm looking at picking some equipment within the next few months (one of these, a sandbag, an atlas stone mold, maybe a battling rope) up for myself and for the wrestlers on the team that I help coach and I didn't want to spend the money on one of these things and have it wind up being something that I (not to mention my wrestlers) aren't able to use effectively in a workout.

    The 16 kilo one sounds like a winner.

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    if you know someone who is into boating, they can tell you where to get cheap ropes.. the ones on fitness sites are expensive. i got mine at a boat supply whole sale place in new jersey. a little electrical tape on the ends, and you have your rope trainer. also, go to a landscape supply store, and you just get a big ass rock. that is what i did. sand bags you can make out of 20 dollar back packs. just buy play sand at home depot (20-30 lb bags) double bag it in garbage bags, zip tie it, put the whole thing in a back pack.. instant 80 dollar sandbag for 20-25 bucks... also, email coach ivanov at suples, he is a really good guy and may give you a discount.
    "All that we are is the result of what we have thought. The mind is everything. What we think we become."

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    yea id get battling ropes if anything,cuz those are the things thatll cost you..i just went to a tire shop and the guy gave me free tubes that were from old tires,and the sand was $3.50,then had to buy some ties and use duct tape....ends up being about 52 lbs and makes plates look easy
    J Robinson 28 Day 2010-I Did It

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