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The gym of the past had so freaking weird machines
posted April 21 2011 19:59.58 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Look what i have stumbled upon! Long before the gyms as we know them today, people had their own exercising machines to work their bodies. Look at the following photos, and i am sure that you will agree that those machines were kinda... weird. Some of them i can tell how they work, whole some others i can't :D Yet i think that most of them require more than one to operate: The one who is doing the exercise and the one who powers the machine!























[Link: newsbeast]
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