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Episode Info: Let’s have more fun while exercising! I made a medicine ball and yoga equipment from recycled materials, and brought it to my taiko group. We had a lot of fun incorporating these homemade items into our warm-up. So come get ideas to spice up your workouts in the new year! Medicine Balls / Sand Bags / Kettle Bells I made a medicine ball by sewing denim scraps into a cube, then stuffing it with old socks very tightly. There are also tutorials online for making a medicine ball by putting sand into a rubber basketball. My medicine ball / “kettle bell” and yoga block that I sewed from recycled denim jean scraps and stuffed with old socks – the handle is a recycled taekwondo belt Wrist and Ankle Weights You can sew your own with this free wrist and ankle weight pattern from The Spruce Crafts. Dumb Bells Make dumb bells from recycled CDs with this video by Danny Seo. Agility Ladder Recycled paint stir sticks to make your own agility ladder. Here’s a video with fun drills to do with your agility ladder: Gliding Discs You don’t need to buy the commercially-made gliding discs – just use paper plates (on carpet) or wash cloths (on wood). Paper plate workout Battle Ropes Upcycle a defunct fireman’s hose or garden hose. Resistance Bands Upcycle a t-shirt or spandex leggings to make a resistance band. Slosh Pipe Get a great core workout from a slosh pipe – made from a 4-foot PVC pipe. Wrist Roller Strengthen your forearms with this homemade wrist roller. View this post on Instagram More action from Saturday’s HIIT session. Join us. Dm me for info. . #healthyfood #healthylifestyle #healthyeating #trainingday #cardio #digdeep #strong #fitness #muscle #stress #healthyfood #gym #gymmotivation #gymrat #live #nutrition #nutritionist #coach #push #ripped #motivation #painforgain #healthpro #disipline #consistency #fatloss #weightloss #hiit #life #wristroller #forearmworkout A post shared by Robert Russell (@w2rn_health) on Oct 27, 2018 at 10:32pm PDTFoam Roller Make a foam roller from a recycled foam yoga mat. Make a foam roller from a pool noodle. Yoga Equipment Inspirational post about sewing a yoga block from the Facebook Group Upcycled Cloth Collective My finished yoga bolster cover made from recycled upholstery samples!Sew a yoga mat from fabric scraps Show Details Script for this podcast episode about making exercise equipment from recycled materialsTrashmagination Pinterest board about exercise equipment from recycled materialsThe Trashmagination podcast theme music is Kitchen from the Marian Circle Drum Brigade...
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