Because you never know when you’ll need the strength to drag a deceased Sasquatch carcass into your kitchen for meal preparation. This kind of fitness conditioning just might come in handy. Dragging, pulling and towing the ‘bells!
The Workout: Although Sasquatch stew is very important, Yard Pulls won’t just strengthen you for large hauls; it’ll speak to your booty, legs and arms. Fatty parts will also be melted as your heart rate gets pumped up.
About The Kettlebells: I got mine from Dick’s Sporting Goods. If you’re going to be dragging ‘bells around the yard, get them wherever you wish. Just make sure they’re cast iron kettlebells — not the ones with the vinyl coating that could get tore up fast on the ground outside. Cast iron, on the other hand, is pretty much invincible.
About The Towing Rope: I refused to pay a ridiculous premium for those Crossfit Battle Ropes they sell on the Interwebz (this is the cheapest one I could find). Instead, I took time to research best prices on basic manila ropes and scored one on Ebay for $25. Hopefully you can find one there. My rope is 1-inch in diameter and 24-feet long.
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