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Old 04-19-2006, 02:37 AM   #14
John Biddle
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I use a nylon backpack of the type kids would take to school, and put in wall balls to make the main weight (I have 2, made using old rugby balls - they probably fit in better than spherical balls would). If wanted, I then put in smaller weights in the side pockets of the backpack to increase it up to about 90 lbs. I found this less uncomfortable than putting heavier plates in the backpack - as the wallballs fill the backpack they don't move around.
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