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Ergonomic Exercise Shopping Bag

Exercise with your purchases while walking back to home.
 
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Often there is a situation when I go from town centre back home with my purchases with me. I've noticed that having less static hold by making muscle exercises with my shopping bag is a good option. It would be great to have a bag with ergonomic handles to do this kind of work out.
Thrust, Oct 29 2018

186* such things ready for 3D printing https://www.thingiv...search?q=bag+handle
*probably actually a fair few fewer [notexactly, Nov 08 2018]

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       I think you'd be better with a sort of handle-adaptor that the existing bag handles could be looped over. Maybe a rigid plastic tube, knobbled for grip, but with a slit down one side for the bag handle to slot into.
MaxwellBuchanan, Oct 29 2018
  

       Many retail establishments helpfully provide wheeled carts fabricated from metal wire, which are very useful for eliminating arm strain caused by carrying shopping in bags.   

       Further, once used, they can simply and quickly be disposed of by abandoning them in any public green space or body of water. Next time you go shopping, just get a new one.
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