My delay has never worked either.
This one seems open to a fair degree of debate considering it is a small, insignificant piece of foam sponge. What should I use etc.? too thick ? too thin? open cell/closed cell?
I hope that my efforts today may help.
First of all I think the material is important. I applied my lateral thinking and 2x cans of lager......
The result was almost too easy. Grab your wife's old "Abroller 2000" or her "Bum-away 500" (or yours
), you know the ones, buy 'em for christmas with all good intentions ("Gonna get abs like Arnie
), shove 'em under the bed on boxing day!!
The padding on the handles on these cheap Chinese exercise things is perfect. Cut a piece to size making sure that it is not too deep. From what
I can tell 4-5mm is deep enough. As the sponge has some smoothe surfaces make sure that they are removed so that the "cells" are exposed on all sides (I hope that makes sense...)
Refit the cover and clips and wa-hay!!!!!
I now have 2-3 seconds with the switch wound one way and 7-8 seconds with it wound the other. Result!!
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