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Project by kalvanis posted 1590 days ago 1202 views 0 times favorited 10 comments Add to Favorites Watch

actually it is for training. i`ve got this idea for years, ad its done. high 275 cm, 75 cm wide. this is my first big project. in second picture additional piece to pull-ups :)

-- Tom, Latvia,Riga





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1yeldud1

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#1 posted 1590 days ago

how do you attach this to your wall

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Chase

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#2 posted 1590 days ago

Kudos, I wanted to build a free standing pull up bar for my home, but I was worried about making it strong enough, so my design was more than a little heavy. It ended up being easier / cheaper to buy a power tower. Yours looks great!

-- Every neighborhood has an eccentric neighbor. I wondered for years "who was ours?" Then I realized it was me.

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Dennisgrosen

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#3 posted 1590 days ago

that was some heavy post there
but never the less it look´s great
and I like the exstra attaschment
great idea to do it that way portebel

and welcome to LumberJock enjoy and have fun
but bee aware that it is tooo addictive believe me

Dennis

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kalvanis

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#4 posted 1590 days ago

thank you :)
i attached it with four 90 grade profiles , with three plugnails (actually i dont know how it is in english) in each of it. it still stands there :D and i hope it will stand here for long time

thank you :)

-- Tom, Latvia,Riga

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Jason

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#5 posted 1590 days ago

Forgive my ignorance, but exactly do you do with a Swedish wall? I understand and like the pull up attachment.

And welcome to LJs!

-- Jason - Colorado Springs

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kalvanis

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#6 posted 1590 days ago

right now, only for some little workouts, but i have some futhure ideas, to make very nice training for all muscles at home. i dint know how to tell it all

-- Tom, Latvia,Riga

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Viktor

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#7 posted 1590 days ago

Jason,
Here is a video of a workout on Swedish wall />http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JvNfQsaNouQ
It is a great tool for exercise and very common in Europe. You don’t see it often in the US.

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Jason

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#8 posted 1590 days ago

Thanks Viktor. I went to youtube and did a search. I saw the same video. lol!
I’d have to start slowly for fear of landing on my head :).

-- Jason - Colorado Springs

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Dennisgrosen

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#9 posted 1590 days ago

they are very common in the scools here in Denmark I think nearly all scools have them in gym.
on both side of the wall in the hole length they are used to have heavy exercise at
we call them ribberne becuorse there is so many of them

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jrh0558

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#10 posted 1588 days ago

My son was just talking about something like this.
Thanks for sharing your work.

-- John

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