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    Mobile Personal Training trolly?

    Hi there

    I’ve recently started mobile personal training and am after something which I can use to carry equipment from my van to the clients garden/park etc.

    I usually do 2/3 trips from my van however was wondering if there is a trolly or something similar which people use to help transport all their equipment?

    Thanks in advance!

    Matt
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    There is a company in Scottsdale AZ called Mobile Trainers (https://mobiletrainers.com) and they transport all their equipment in vans as well. For transporting it from the van to the home, they use large duffle bags. I suppose you could potentially use something like this too if you don't want to load heavy dumbbells in a duffle: https://www.homedepot.com/p/Husky-22...207138757-_-N&
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    Originally Posted by cwsmith35 View Post
    I suppose you could potentially use something like this too if you don't want to load heavy dumbbells in a duffle: https://...
    With a 100 pound weight capacity, its not going to haul many dumbbells. ;-)
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    Originally Posted by CommitmentRulz View Post
    With a 100 pound weight capacity, its not going to haul many dumbbells. ;-)
    Ha! Right you are. I didn't catch that, and after looking around, I'm having a hard time finding a rolling solution that will handle more weight.
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