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Author:  hoosegow [ Tue May 11, 2010 7:36 am ]
Post subject:  The Bear Crawl from Elitefts.com

This may have been around awhile, but this is first I've seen of it. It is sick and I want one.

http://www.flexcart.com/members/elitefts/default.asp?m=PD&cid=155&pid=3048

Author:  Jason Nunn [ Thu May 13, 2010 5:54 pm ]
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why not just get a prowler?

Author:  hoosegow [ Thu May 13, 2010 8:15 pm ]
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I've bought a prowler several times and deleted it on checkout. I don't really have a place to push one.

Author:  nygmen [ Fri May 14, 2010 11:06 pm ]
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i ordered mine last week, prowler...

I can't wait to puke on it.

Author:  robertscott [ Sat May 15, 2010 9:28 am ]
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nygmen wrote:
i ordered mine last week, prowler...

I can't wait to puke on it.


I'm so jealous! I'd love someting like that but I don't have anywhere to push it.

Author:  nygmen [ Sat Jun 12, 2010 1:03 pm ]
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robertscott wrote:
nygmen wrote:
i ordered mine last week, prowler...

I can't wait to puke on it.


I'm so jealous! I'd love someting like that but I don't have anywhere to push it.


ugh dude... So much love/hate this thing.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mPtTaS58rBA

Here was the second to last run

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0lxp9zzwT3E

here I am, fat, gross, sweaty and about to puke

Author:  pdellorto [ Sat Jun 12, 2010 8:07 pm ]
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What, are you afraid of the low handles? ;)

Author:  nygmen [ Sun Jun 13, 2010 4:00 pm ]
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pdellorto wrote:
What, are you afraid of the low handles? ;)


:lol: YES!

dude that thing is a metric ton of work

Author:  pdellorto [ Sun Jun 13, 2010 6:37 pm ]
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Yep. But the low handles are worth the extra hell. Load it for what's hard on the low handles, and push it out that way, and then push it back on the "easy" handles. Makes for a great combo run.

I'm going to have to get a prowler. Too bad I missed the sale, but whatever. I'll get one soon, it's small enough to fit in my car.

Author:  robertscott [ Mon Jun 14, 2010 9:55 am ]
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you boys are so lucky having space to push one of those.

Author:  pdellorto [ Mon Jun 14, 2010 12:58 pm ]
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robertscott wrote:
you boys are so lucky having space to push one of those.


I used to drag a home-made rig of compact car tires and chains, weighted with neighborhood kids, down the narrow street near my apartment in Japan. DIY and adapt and overcome, dude!

Author:  robertscott [ Mon Jun 14, 2010 1:00 pm ]
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haha I admire your dedication and BA Barakas style savvy

Author:  KPj [ Tue Jun 15, 2010 4:53 am ]
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Not the same thing but, similar type of training,

On Sat me and another trainer hooked a rope up to my car and just started pulling it ~50metres, then sprinting back. Alternated between backwards and forward pulls. It was great. We done it until we both felt sick then stopped. Trying to sprint after pulling a car feels like you're running with someone elses legs.

It sure beats going for a jog. I would love a prowler. We're actually going to make a collection of stuff - home made sled, some old tractor tires, sledge hammers, sand bags, slosh pipe (!), whatver else we can think of, and try and make some kind of event out of it. Still in the early stages so it's not deffinite but we're both keen for it to happen.

Author:  tyciol [ Wed Oct 06, 2010 10:48 pm ]
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Can you really do farmers' walks with this thing? It looks like the bars jutting out for loading the plates are in front of the lifting handles so wouldn't it tilt forward? Wouldn't you be dragging a bit during the farmer's walk?

I guess that's still fine mush like training with loaded wheelbarrows but not sure if it's considered farmer's walk still if it's not all off the ground.

Author:  stuward [ Thu Oct 07, 2010 5:00 am ]
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tyciol wrote:
Can you really do farmers' walks with this thing? It looks like the bars jutting out for loading the plates are in front of the lifting handles so wouldn't it tilt forward? Wouldn't you be dragging a bit during the farmer's walk?

I guess that's still fine mush like training with loaded wheelbarrows but not sure if it's considered farmer's walk still if it's not all off the ground.


Look at the middle picture on the top row. The plates are loaded inline with the handles. The handles are hard to see but they are not the bars sticking out. I assume the cross bar on the top is removable.

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