I didn't use mine for several years then just started again. It stopped after 15 minutes so I read the manual and used a silcone lubricant on/under the treads as recommended. That definitely helped and it was working again quite well for about a week or two. Now I get the error 5 again. Wondering if I needed to add MORE lubricant the first time so I am going to do it again tonight. Maybe it is the roller pully that needs the lubricant. Who knows. I just want it to work!! I am determined. :)
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Probably dirty. Take apart and clean, and lube. Be careful to not bend or break or lose any parts. U se your you phone or camera to record taking it apart. Try to do it in one setting, everything looks different when you return a day or two later to try to put it back together. My answers are short and sweet. Common sense mostly. If you are trying to get something for nothing...Don't waste my time! Remember if something sounds to good to be true that it usually is. I've spent many years of my life trying to cheat the system and was pretty good at it. This all changed when I discovered that people were doing the same thing to me. What comes around, goes around. Karma! Now I assist people in making win-win deals...that are legit!
you are undergoing coaching, then you already are following a tennis specific
program. But the intensity of your training depends on the level of tennis you
play. To further improve your fitness, you could try to go to some tennis
coaching centre or clinic of repute that provides a tennis specific training
regimen. They would have a program that would help improve your technique,
breathing, endurance, etc. Depending on their quality, they might have trainers
who could work with you individually to help identify your strengths and
weaknesses. As far as improving your court coverage is concerned, a good
training centre apart from the normal training might provide separate athlete agility training programs that can be custom suited to your needs. There
could be several such centers in Mississauga and Toronto.
Dropping the stuck poles definitely WORKS! We had stuck basketball poles from a Spaulding 54 inch together wrongly. Dropped them on grass from shoulder height 4 times and they loosened enough to pull apart.
That is a tough question and I can't make any guarantees, but I will tell you what worked for me once, if you promise not to laugh. I put the sections in a freezer for short periods of time and kept going and trying to pull the sections apart every little while. The cooling caused contraction and I was eventually able to get the sections apart. I told you not to laugh. Best wishes.
Jump Rope for 5 minutes Stretch Squat and Press (Tubes) Functional Push Ups with Rotation Lunges Seated Row (Tubes) Abdominal crunches Jump Rope for 5 minutes
Some tips of using this resistance rings while traveling is
Be realistic. Aim to complete 15-20 minutes of exercise per day with a
variety of CV and strength training. This will guarantee you maintain
your levels of fitness while away. •Pack your jump rope for
cardiovascular training. Skipping increases the heart rate, burn a lot
of calories and is great for improving endurance, core stability,
coordination, balance and foot speed. •Pack your resistance tubes.
Tubes are a fantastic option for strength training. Exercises are for
the entire body, they allow you to train anywhere, anytime with results.
Some other tips: •Exercise before you leave. This will keep your metabolism high during your flight. •Stay well hydrated. Drink one glass for every hour while on the plane and avoid alcohol and coffee. •Never travel hungry. •Walk and stretch every hour while on the plane to increase blood circulation and reduce muscle stiffness, fatigue and jet lag. •When you arrive try to get outside. The sun will automatically help to reset your body clock.