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Martial Arts Home Training: The Complete Guide to the Construction and Use of Home Training Equipment
This book shows readers how to make and use ingenious home training aids--from easy to find objects such as grocery bags, towels, and tires--to enhance their martial arts practice. Included in this book are simple instructions for a wide array of equipment for the home martial arts studio, including:86% (12)
* the shadow boxing towel
* the footwork, balance and leg developer
* the precision blocking stick
* heavy-duty striking post
* small hanging bag
* and more.
Martial Arts Home Training also sets out the author Mike Young's patented "rock & roll" training methods for getting the most out of your training equipment and training time. Young also provides a discussion on maintaining the diligent yet playful attitude necessary to get the most from developing home training equipment.
20110701 0669...Handcart transported in Thule roof box
This is how I transported the hiking handcart during my road trip of June 2011. The entire cart---when dis-assembled---easily fits in the roof box, a Thule Evolution purchased in 2002. The main part of the handcart is the large shallow wood box containing a spare tire. Just to the right of the spare tire and wrapped in plastic are the cart's axle and two wheels. The plastic wrapper keeps axle grease off of everything near it. The wide-angle lens is playing a trick by making the axle appear to extend beyond the side of the Thule box. The axle is not that long and there was no impediment to closing the lid. To the right of the wrapped wheels is the "axle box," the assembly that holds the axle and attaches to the bottom of the main box. Here it is upside-down. Also in the main box, but not visible, are two small cardboard boxes containing the fasteners and related small parts for the handcart. Closer to the camera are the components making up the cart's handles: two 1x4s, two handle dowels, and a crosspiece dowel. Miscellaneous other gear occupies the front and rear portions of the roof box.buena vista home theater
Here is the HT with all the equipment installed, but no cabinet (it's coming). It took quite a bit of time to get the TV and Yamaha YSP mounted just so. We must have pulled the TV off the wall, made adjustments, and put it back some five times. Now that it's up, it looks great. The YSP is basically exactly as wide as the Sharp LCD, so the install is very clean looking (if you ignore the cables :-). The SVS sub is off in the corner, laying down mean bass. The Mac Mini is the "media center" for this setup. It has 1Tb of external storage that holds around 100 movies and many hundreds of CDs with room to spare (none of the media is pirated, BTW).
Got bully? Pure Boxing’s new inflatable freestanding Bully Bag is not only fun to punch and kick, but gives kids the option of inserting different “bully” faces into the clear plastic sleeve. Kids can even draw their own faces to insert for even more imaginative fun. The Bully Bag is made from durable vinyl and stands 56” tall. The base fills with water to keep it in one place, bouncing back for more punishment after each blow. Bag fills with a standard air pump (foot pump included). For ages 4-10See also:
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