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2004/02/20 14:20:47 (permalink)
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GPP

haven't got a sled. but own a car that weighes in the region of 1220kg, so i was thinking, can i just push this up and down my driveway [about 30m] using the same principles?? i cannot see why not, but might as well make sure.

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    RE: GPP 2004/02/21 07:15:57 (permalink)
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    What about car flips? [:p]
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    RE: GPP 2004/02/21 09:28:54 (permalink)
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    bit expensive and may hnder my ability to get to work somewhat. other than that, no reason why not mate.

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    RE: GPP 2004/02/21 11:30:31 (permalink)
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    sounds good to me.

    Are you using it as recovery work/general fitness or as an extra workout?

    Have you got access to any big tyres? there GREAT fun
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    RE: GPP 2004/02/21 17:39:10 (permalink)
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    rec work/conditioning
    going to try on sunday
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    RE: GPP 2004/02/21 18:22:22 (permalink)
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    Yes this is fantastic for GPP, i used to pull vehicles for speed every saturday and it was a superb conditioning tool. Absolutely knackering and the pump in your legs is immense!

    AL
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