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Howard Wilcox 1 | 2009-05-21
That's a good video. So, is that just a swiss ball? And how did you fill it? Thanks, howard
Sifu Dias 2 | 2009-05-21
Sweet video...the odd object and sled dragging shit was way coolio.
Greg Everett 3 | 2009-05-21
Howard - Yes, just a swiss ball. I got the idea from Ross Enamait, and he had a way of filling it I don't recall. I just used a garden hose with an attachment that created a nice tight stream - I aimed it right into the air hole and pressed it tight against the ball. You have to hold it up a bit to create space for the water, and you'll also get some air in there in the process that you can just squeeze out later. I do recommend leaving a bit of air space, because then the water sloshes a bit.
Matt Wichlinski 4 | 2009-05-22
Odd objects are sweet, here's one on the cheap... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=il8rU0H-9ps&feature=channel_page
Tom Whalen 5 | 2009-05-22
What a great photo!
greg 6 | 2009-05-22
Matt - Nice work. I'm going to make Steve put a few of those together for us.
michael richardson 7 | 2009-05-22
That waterball looks like some serious work!
Mike 8 | 2009-05-22
Great music! We might have to give the waterball a try.
IGX 9 | 2009-05-23
so you do squat with balls that aren't between your legs after all.
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