This video demonstrates how to build a reverse hyper in a relatively simple way. It’s not one of the most decked-out machines but it gets the job done – and without taking up too much of your time or money.
A few steps are added to make it easy to climb up to the top. There’s also a very thick padding at the top in order to support the abdomen.
It cost him 200 Euros to build, which includes the pendulum that’s under the frame.
This video shows you how to make a DIY reverse hyper machine. It’s the beast of all of the examples as it is bolted to the ground, providing you with more support.
You can use it with more confidence when you’re breaking out the heavier weights. It incorporates wood, brackets, and a few other supplies. 2×4 and 2×6 pieces of wood are used.
When it comes to the pendulum, a notch is cut out to help with the swing and the overall range of motion. Steel ties are used as opposed to just screws, ensuring that there’s more stability.
A makeshift cushion was created on the top, too, offering support for the entire upper body.
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