The Demolition Club
I’ve just got to show you this piece that I recently added to my training equipment collection.
The Demolition Club
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This piece of rugged home made equipment is made out of an artillery shell and a steel handle. I got it made by a friend at work and my goal is to be able to swing it around in two-handed fashion like a mace or giant club.
I called it the Demolition Club because that was my favorite WWE/WWF tag team back in the day.
Plus, if I swing this thing incorrectly or let go at just the wrong time, it might take out a wall of my garage gym…
Check out this video and see just how big this friggin’ thing is.
So, here’s a few questions for you guys…
- What equipment have you built recently?
Have you had someone else build you anything?
Do you have any projects planned?
I know a lot of you guys build your own heavy duty equipment for your training, so let’s hear about it. Leave a comment below.
In the next few days, I will be posting another guest article from Christopher Smith showing you all how to make some pretty cool rotating thick grips that you can use for pull-ups, rows, and many other exercises.
Here’s Chris’s other two guest posts:
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