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An M4 Treadwall has the advantage of being able to fit into the smallest of spaces and tightest of budgets.
This value-packed alternative to the M6 comes in several different variations that still allow all of the climbing and fitness potential of its larger cousin.
Adapted from the already innovative design of our previous rotating climbing walls, the M4 boils the concept down into its simplest form. You can still change the angles, you can still control the speed, you can still have all of the fun, and now you can do it anywhere.
Both experienced climbers and new users alike will instantly benefit from the core strength and balance gained from treadwall training.
Cross training and total body workouts are becoming increasingly popular due to their efficiency and speed.
The treadwall fits perfectly into these types of workouts, allowing long cardio burns at the easier angles and quick muscle building workouts on the steep.
Here's the full list of games featured in the FPS evolution video below:
1, Wolfenstein 3D (1992)
2, Doom (1993)
3, Dark Forces (1995)
4, Quake (1996)
5, Quake 2 (1997)
6, Half-Life (1998)
7, Quake 3 (1999)
8, Project IGI (2000)
9, Return to Castle Wolfenstein (2001)
10, Battlefield 1942 (2002)
11, Deus Ex: Invisible War (2003)
12, Doom 3 (2004)
13, Battlefield 2 (2005)
14, Crysis (2007)
15, Arma 2 (2009)
16, Metro 2033 4A (2010)
17, Battlefield 3 (2011)
Master swordsmith and renowned propmaster, Tony Swatton, forges iconic weapons using high-speed belt grinders, scorching furnaces, and pounding power hammers. The first video is the golden sword of battle from Adventure Time.
"Made with food-grade steel, carbon fiber and aerospace-grade aluminum, The Flask is more than a vessel; it’s a statement. By blending Oakley’s military and industrial design overtones with the subtle flavors and aromas of The Macallan’s world-class single malt whisky, The Flask is showpiece with complete utility.
A rubberized bottom for non-skid grip and a small rectangular air vent on the side of the funnel to allow for ventilation prove that this vessel is made to be used, shared and enjoyed. The Flask’s cap is double sprung to allow for effortless drinking, so it maintains an appropriate distance from the mouthpiece when in use for optimum enjoyment and allows for smooth open and close action. Its machined aluminum funnel, designed to securely thread into the mouthpiece, reduces the chance of spillage."