Inspired by the many fitness parks along walking trails, I always thought it would be neat to own one!

If I won the formlabs contest, I would begin making useful pieces with the 3D printer.
I have seen the printers before and I have a million ideas running through my head as to what I could make!

Step 1: Gather Your Materials.

Of course, you can't build something if you don't have the right equipment!

You will need:

2X. 7cmX1.7cmX1cm blocks of wood.

2X. 5cmX1cmX6mm blocks of wood.

2X. 2cmX7mmX7mm blocks of wood.

1X. 5cmX1.7cmX1cm block of wood.

1X. 4.2cmX2mm metal tube (or three toothpicks).

A drill with a 2mm bit.

Some basic skills.

Step 2: The Chin Up Bar.

First you need to drill a hole in each of the largest blocks of wood.

The hole needs to be 5mm from the top of the wood and in the center or the wood, drill down about 3mm.

Insert the metal tube/3 toothpicks and put the other side on like shown in the second picture.

Step 3: The Sit Up Bench.

Now we go on to making the sit up bench.

Take the second biggest piece of wood and one of the smallest blocks.

Lay one end of the larger block on the smaller so it sits like in the second photo.

Step 4: The Balance Beam.

Take the three remaining pieces of wood and place like shown in the photos.

When you are done and are satisfied with the placement of each bit of wood, take it apart and put a dot of hot glue and stick the parts together.

Thanks for reading, please vote and enjoy!

<p>This is the cutest fish tank decoration! I love it!</p>
<p>It is cute but it kinda, er, floats.</p>
<p>You could always glue it down or weight it down with rocks!</p>
<p>I don't quite one of the best aquarium owners around will see it that way though.</p>
<p>Very clever! A shot of this in the fish tank would be excellent. </p>
<p>Very fun some buff goldfish you must have there </p><p>pssst...........how does it not float? </p>

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