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I thought sandbagging was something you did the first week of a bowling league (Read 1385 times)

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      Competitor A: How are you soo good?

      Competitor B  raises chest and proudly announces: I AM THE ULTIMATE SANDBAGGER


      she runs like a girl

        I watched the video. I don't want to be a sandbagger.

         

        ... I've seen people get similar workouts playing with their children - I just wouldn't suggest letting them hit the ground as hard as they do with the sandbags in the video.

        2010 goals: PR at distances from 3k-HM 3k: 02/02/10 - 12:00 - road 5k :03/13/10 - 20:32 - road 10mile: 04/02/10 - 1:15:49 "The only thing I hate more than running is not running"
        henryc


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          So $100 for dirt?  How much for shipping?

            Get a military duffel at the surplus store for $5 and throw some sand in it. It makes a cheap training tool if you're into that sort of thing. Mine weighs about as much as I do. They build old man strength... Wink I prefer regular barbells.
              Can I just play in a sandbox instead?
                I think it is a great idea for working out.   It almost always better to work in as dynamic way as possible.   I think this type of training would allow you to be much more dynamic that a work out with weights.   That being said... who would buy a sand bag?  Make them your own damn self..


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                  Starting at $100!!! Genius! Is this a great country or what?

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                    minimalist shoes at 0:33 in the video