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Want to work out in the comfort of your own home without spending thousands of dollars on a variety of dumbbells? Or maybe you just need a new ...
Materials 2 Liter Soda Bottle x2 1" diameter PVC pipe - 7" long - x2 1" diameter PVC pipe - 8" long - x1 1" PVC coupler- x2 ...
Rinse out empty bottles with water and remove labels
Using utility knife and/or scissors, cut 1 in diameter hole through middle of bottle (see photos for more clarification. Repeat on second bottle. **It may help to use ...
Using utility knife and/or scissors, cut a second 1 in diameter hole in the bottle exactly opposite the first hole. Repeat on second bottle. **It may help to ...
Take 7" long piece of PVC and insert it through the bottle via the two holes evenly. See photos for further clarification. Repeat with second bottle.
Use hot glue on both sides of the bottle to secure the pipe fit. Attempt to make the fitting as air tight as possible but don't waste too ...
Connect PVC pipe extender on one end of the bottle. Repeat with second bottle.
Connect each bottle to either side of the 8" long PVC piece. The 8" long piece will serve as the handle.
Wrap the handle in duct tape for additional grip and comfort
Fill bottles with sand. More sand = more weight. FIY - 1 Liter of sand = 4 lbs Therefore, 2 full bottles will create about a 16 pound ...
Optional Spray painting the bottles will give a cleaner look.
Work harder! Break a sweat in the comfort of your own home. **If you need heavier weights, this design allows you to connect a second pair of bottles, ...
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