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All-in-one home calisthenics training equipment

Darko Savic
Darko Savic Jan 31, 2021


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Vishal Chamling
Vishal Chamling21 days ago
Very interesting "prototype" Looks minimalistic and effective. With some homework you could make it portable too. To fit in a portable case / bag (I am not aware if there already is). This should really help Calisthenic enthusiasts on the move.
Darko Savic
Darko Savic21 days ago
Vishal Chamling the stainless steel version can be disassembled into 5 pieces. That's good enough to be transported by car. In reality, the only time it was disassembled was initially, when it needed to fit through the door🙂
Vishal Chamling
Vishal Chamling21 days ago
Darko Savic nice 👍 Then that takes care of the transportation issues. Hope you receive many orders and get into its mass production for the benefit of Calisthenics and calisthenic enthusiasts. ☺️
Juran25 days ago
The device looks really cool, congrats on the product! Hopefully, you will sell some, maybe even to the local community. Every park could have 2-3 of those.

I have a problem with leg training. I do calisthenics and it really makes me lean and strong, but my legs lag. I run a lot, do squats, but the rate of improvement is not even close to the rest of the body. The bones and muscles of the arm are smaller and weaker thus react fast to bodyweight training. On the other hand, legs are massive poles that carry us around all the time and need something else than another bodyweight training to bulk.

Do you have a solution for this? Is there a solution to load some additional weight on legs with a one-piece steel frame structure in the local park? I say "one-piece", because people would probably steal or could get hurt with standard weights.
Shubhankar Kulkarni
Shubhankar Kulkarni25 days ago
I think I know the dude in the photos:)