Below are images to yet another variation.Â These images were posted to my Facebook page by one of the readers.
To begin, you can see how the device is anchored overhead.Â Webbing is used, along with two carabiners
Next, you can see how nylon webbing is attached to cam buckles to allow for quick length adjustments.Â Steel cable is then looped and secured to form the bottom portion of the suspension trainer.
Handles were created with 1 inch PVC pipe.Â Foot cradles run through the pipe (made from nylon webbing).
The handles are both comfortable and strong.
As you can see, this suspension trainer looks similar to those that have been discussed previously, but the parts are actually entirely unique.Â These pictures came from a trainer in Mexico.Â Clearly, the availability of certain parts may vary in different areas of the world so it is useful to see different options.Â Even rope could be used (see here for an example).
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