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E.g. Someone tried to build this DIY - https://diy.stackexchange.com/questions/89864/diy-dip-station

  • Because they count it as Hobby, and not Home Improvement (Is not exercise just as important at a Desk for work or a Bath for hygiene?).

  • Fitness SE also doesn't want it.

In my case, there's a much smaller Hand Held item I'd like to replicate;

  • It seems more life hack-ish,
  • I already have some ideas & solutions and "parts" on the subject.
  • I was hoping some answers ideas to complement or share alternatives to my Hacks

Could it be posted on Life hack?

Item to DIY: https://imgur.com/a/oJX5Q5A

I'll write up some of my ideas with question if its allowed.

Would something in DIY make of store bought item count as Life Hack valid?

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There exist the tag which is used for hacks that replace tools with something home-made.

You would have to justify that the indian clubs in your picture are tools. Simply asking "How do I make a club?" would almost certainly be closed as off-topic - not requiring a life-hack. However, "*How do I make a tool to get fitter?", along with reasoning in the question body stands a good chance of being accepted.

You can but try.

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