Step 5: Drill the Holes

Start by flipping the set up over, so that you will drill from the bottom. also, be sure to that the side you cut will be the side on the ground, so that the trainer sits level.

drill 2 holes through the short one, and half way into the long one. If your bit is to short to go half way into the long one, just drill enough through to leave a mark on the long one. then take off the short one, and finish drilling.  repeat on the other side.
cool why not drill some bigger holes on the end of the legs so you can put lawn stakes through them to secure it.
I love parkour but don't always have a place to practice. This works great!
I just had a thought. (Impressed? I am! LOL) Use nails, screws, or athletic cleats to keep the rail from moving on grass, dirt, and so on.
Mine :D
very nice! are the longer ones specifically for a balance beam?
Yes :D but for precision too
cool, i never thought of making them longer
Wow, I had no idea what Parkour was, it's crazy Ninja stuff. Can you really do all that?
Me personally, i cant do everything. but if you to the last page in this instructable, there is a link to a video of some of what me and my friend can do.
Ahh cheers man, this is perfect for me. Not sure how I never thought of it myself XD
yes, it is a very simple but excellent tool.
I would LOVE to do parkour, it looks like such an amazing workout and so dang entertaining! <br> <br>Not sure it's really designed for the 6'1&quot; 300# football player build I sport, but dang, it sure looks like a lot of fun. I can only imagine how strong y'alls cores are!
It is lots of fun! and you might not be able to do all the same stuff as us smaller people, but I'm sure with a little practice and determination, you could learn some basics!
this would be usefull for me, <br>(the link to the video in the last step is broken (there is a period inbetween &quot;tube&quot; and &quot; / &quot; and there is no &quot;.com&quot;)
okay, thanks for the tip, ill go fix it right now.
genial, i love parkour.<br>exelent tool
Thanks !
no problem!

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