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Old 09-03-2006, 03:04 PM   #21
Randy Roper
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Here is a fun workout w/ a 100 lb sandbag:
3 rounds of:
carry bag 400m bear hug in front
run 400 m w/o bag
10 clean and press w/ bag
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Old 09-22-2006, 02:23 PM   #22
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I have 2 sandbags made out of army duffel bags. THey are cheap and super easy to make. To make 1 sand bag that is adjustable I bought 15 contractor bags, a military sea bag, and 3 75lbs bags of cheap industrial sand, and 2 rolls of duct tape. I then took 5 contractor bags and filled 3 of them with 50lbs of sand and 2 of them with 25lbs. I then squeezed all the extra air out and tied a not in each. After that put each contracter bag into another bag squeeze the air out and tie and then into a 3rd bag and do the same. Now you should have 5 contractor bags of sand that are triple bagged for protection. THen duct tape them for added support and to keep them compact. They will end up looking like large basketballs or oval shapes when done duct taping. Now just load how ever much weight you want in the sandbag and lift.
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