How To Make An Atlas Stone (Slater Stone vs Hybrid Stone)

Fantastic video.





This is a great - and thorough, it runs about 37min - video showing construction of DIY atlas stones; using both the Slater Stone and Hybrid Stone moulds (or 'molds' if you prefer). Nice one Alan.





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Lifting an Atlas Stone.

Great tutorial.

How to Make an Atlas Stone.

Time for a little DIY.

TGIF : weekly round-up (WE Fri 15 May 09).The highlights of another great week here on Straight to the Bar.
Lifting the Dinnie Stones.Bodybuilder Imlach Shearer.Jedd points to an excellent page on the history of successful Dinnie Stone lifts, which contains some superb photos of Strongmen over the past century or so. A great find.
Heavy Stone Lift.

See something heavy, pick it up.



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