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Put a ceiling light to a hook on a ceiling when exercise

Put the ceiling lamp in a hook on the ceiling when doing execise.
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Have you done some stuff that requires lots of space? I try to do some fitness and I hit my arms on the lamp sometimes. If I had a hook next to the lamp, I could attach the lamp on it. Then I could do my stuff freely.
Thrust, Feb 24 2019

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       Geniouse
pocmloc, Feb 24 2019
  

       Physicians often suggest light exercise, but it's the photons I worry about.   

       Small area, objects speeding at 299,792,458 m/s - it's a recipe for disaster.
not_morrison_rm, Feb 24 2019
  

       If you make the light a heavy enough object, climbing up and struggling with it to get it unto the hook will be the exercise, followed by a short rest, then a repetition to remove it as the cool down.
xenzag, Feb 24 2019
  

       <watches with amusement as [Thrust] elevates entire living room, pulls out nunchucks>   

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whatrock, Feb 25 2019
  

       Ugh, dangly lights. Come to the 21st Century; we have flush- mount LEDs and other such stuff, that don't take up much space at all.
neutrinos_shadow, Feb 25 2019
  

       Increase the air pressure in the room while excercising. Not only does it enhance your performance, but the ceiling and walls will bulge outwards, affording you more space.
pocmloc, Feb 26 2019
  

       [procmloc] Is that the new advancement home heating? with the adding feature of cobweb removal.
wjt, Mar 02 2019
  
      
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