David G – Thursday, 03/10/11 08:39:41 EDT
Emmet’s tool in the Hole
If you want to improve your forging skills…I have an idea. Try working with “emmet’s tools” in the hole- this is not a welding tip! It involves using two different sized dies for one part. One die is larger than normal so that both legs of the tool are large enough to accommodate the thicker metal being formed by your working forge welds. The smaller die can be used on flat stock where accuracy isn’t that critical. Work the geometrical ‘shape’ into the inside of bigger part part with it, then use another small die to refine that shape when cutting out parts such as rings and such. I actually prefer this method over traditional forming because it allows me to see exactly what I’m doing and cut precisely rather than always trusting my eye. This way I get better results very quickly, since everything will be coming from one basic starting point (the center). Basically you’re just trying to duplicate what you’d do if you were resharpening a chisel edge: bring two sides together and sharpen them both at once. And because geometrically shaped punch pockets may already exist there even if they aren’t fully formed yet, or geometry itself won’t let you combine them later- its all right there as soon as you form something round at rough points (and this also allows you to
What Are Those Round Discs At The Top Of A Crossfit Rig?
Those are weights. They allow you to attach the ‘box rig’ to a bar and increase or decrease the relative amount of weight on each side depending on whether your arms, shoulders and anterior core strength is greater than your posterior chain strength (biceps, glutes and hamstrings). Most people just use two plates, but you can also add up to 4 plates for added resistance. If Anything Goes Wrong At The Gym… What Do I Do? Call us! We’ll come out and do some assessments so we can figure out what’s wrong—and what you should do next. Most gym breakdowns can be resolved with stuff like chalk or chalk balls, chalk cups, flags or even chalk brushes; we’re generally pretty good at fixing those issues on site. Many situations however will require a more in depth inspection of all surfaces before we know exactly which piece(s) of equipment is at fault—so that first call might not fix it but it could recommend which machine (or machines) that will give you the best workout. Don’t worry; you’ll get human attention as soon as possible!
Greg Glassman’s Easy Health Care Fix: More CrossFit
In the years since Glassman’s death in 2012, CrossFit has experienced a brief period of relative success and mainstream exposure: Glassman was interviewed by Jim Rome and Courtney Frieri of CBS News shortly after his death; “Good Morning America” named CrossFit to its “Top 10 Desirable Jobs”; and the “New York Times” wrote that CrossFit was “single-handedly pushing exercise beyond the mainstream”. During the rise of the interest in fitness during the 2000s, there was much about CrossFit evangelism. The title Defence Against The Dark Arts, taken from Harry Potter’s battle against Voldemort’s Forces of Darkness, used by authors such as Brad Wolken, can be seen as parallels within this theme: like Dumbledore (the wizard), members (of the community) should ‘be prepared’ and ‘keep up or die’.