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  1. 1. Garden LawnmowerGardening and Landscaping at Your Fingertips Home Privacy Policy Contact Garden Landscaping Design Video RSS Electric Lawn Trimmers Posted on February 5, 2012 by Mr.Green | Edit 12 comments Leave a comment Earthwise TC70001 11-Inch 8-1/2 Amp Electric Tiller/Cultivator Product Type: Lawn & Patio Click Here for more details Sale Price: $116.04 Average Rating: Usually ships in 24 hours Description Earthwise... Features Electric tiller cultivator 120 volt, 60 hertz and 8-1/2 ampere 11-inches cutting width 8-1/2-inches cutting depth Dual 4 blade steel tines 3 Major Mass Building Exercises - Get Huge with Only These 3 Exercises Got to any gym and youll find the majority of guys in there working away on one muscle group after the other in pursuit of building muscle mass. They run from the back machine to the curl machine, to the barbell machine for some shoulder presses, etc. These guys dont miss anything. The problem is theyre missing everything! Call me old school, but there are only 3 basic mass building exercises that you should be concentrating on. Yes, just three. In fact, you can do only these 3 exercises and you will gain more muscle mass and get stronger than those guys in the gym playing hot potato with the exercise equipment. What are these 3 exercises? Squats Bench Presses Bent Rows The above three are all you need. Lets go over each one in a little more detail Squats - this exercise will work your entire leg muscles. Better yet, it does such a good job of hammering your system that it forces your whole body to grow. Yes, if all you did was squats you would still find your upper body getting stronger and bigger as a result. Bench Presses - this exercise is known to hit the chest, but it actually does a whole lot more. It hits the shoulders, triceps and increases core strength as a result of your body balancing the weight. Bent Rows - this exercise will also force your entire body to grow - not just the back. You will hit the upper back, lower back, biceps, forearms and rear shoulder muscles. The above are all power exercises. Just doing these exercises on a consistent basis (once or twice a week) will get you stronger and more massive than worrying about working every machine that sits on your gyms floor.
  2. 2. About the author: Al Scott is an old school powerlifter from Michigan. He spends his free time with his family and tending to his hobbies including his grass trimmer website where he reviews electric lawn trimmers and cordless weed trimmers at GrassTrimmersForLess.com Source: http://www.articlesbase.com/bodybuilding-articles/3-major-mass-building-exercises-get-huge-with-only-these-3-exercises-1710327.html Categories: Lawn Mower | Tags: electric lawn trimmers Canopy Gazebo Tent Snow Shovels12 Responses to “Electric Lawn Trimmers” Tori Reply February 5, 2012 at 12:06 am (Edit) I need some with these questions? 1. for a lawn tractor which cut width would you recommend for these situations…. An area less than 2 acres….. An area 2 1/2 and 3 acres 2. what type of mowing equipment would you recommend for each of these situations… customer wants to be able to mow easily around lawn ornaments, a swing set, and landscaping shrubs….. customer wants to be able to mow and tow a garden cart or sweeper attachment 3.you are helping a customer who is trying to decide between a push mower and a self-propelled mower what can you say about each mower to help the customer make the right choice 4.if customers ask about the benefits of gas vs.electric vs.battery operated chain saws trimmers and blowers what might you say 5.what is the difference between a two cycle engine and a four cycle engine there are a lot more questions if anyone knows these questions please answer cause i need help with a lot of the questions thank you stephen k Reply February 12, 2012 at 7:35 am (Edit) 3. A lot depends on the caliber and type of lawn they have before I can promote one over the other deepseaofblankets Reply February 5, 2012 at 1:29 pm (Edit) Is there such a thing as a hybrid lawn care service with electric mowers and trimmers? Like Prius gardening or something. It’s a good idea. A.C.R. Reply February 15, 2012 at 3:31 am (Edit) Reel lawnmower with no motor and carted there by bicycle electricity apart from solar and wind power is not clean power Kids getting pocket money usually the ones to do it way Bills Reply February 8, 2012 at 4:57 pm (Edit) Lawn edgers vs trimmers? I recently bought a home that sat for 15 years and needless to say the lawn is in need of some maintenance. I want to get an edger and clean up the sidewalks and
  3. 3. driveways, but am having a hard time. We have several trees and a fence that runs along the backyard. I don’t know whether I should get a Black & Decker 11-Amp 7.5″Electric Edger, or if I should just get a trimmer. I know the edger will lay a defined line by the sidewalks and driveways but I don’t think I can use it to trim around the trees,poles, and fence. Do they make a tool that does both edging and trimming and works well that isn’t real expensive. Whats my best option. Thanks in advance. rgchappell Reply February 21, 2012 at 10:13 pm (Edit) Your best bet might be a gasoline powered tool that offers optional attachments for the varied chores you will encounter. For instance if you buy the edger you can also buy the string trimmer attachment, a hedge trimming attachment, etc. There are a variety of manufacturers who offer these types of tools with most being of the two cycle variety (oil & gas mix) but an increasing number are being offered with four cycle engines (separate oil & gas). Until recently I have used a B & D edger – for many years – but it might not be suitable for you. Other than the irritation of an electric cord it might not cut as deeply as you need. But if you go the electric route you will find a wide selection of tools that are somewhat equal to most tasks performed by gasoline powered tools and that would include edging, weed trimming, hedge trimming,blowers and even lawnmowers. I have a rather large yard and because of their light weight, with the exception of the lawnmower, I use electric driven equipment. Electric equipment is a pain to use but I’m less tired when I finish so it’s a trade-off. If I were you I would visit both Lowes and Home Depot (or similar retail outlets) to check out the many options you have available to you. Stay away from battery powered lawn equipment. They are getting better but still don’t offer enough working time to do most jobs. Dalai oBama Reply February 14, 2012 at 6:02 pm (Edit)Do electric cars already exist and are they in use?Do we believe media specials that say that big Oil bought and shelved the concept?We also have electric golf cart, electric lawn mowers, electric grass trimmers but people use gas for convenience. Chairman Maobama Reply February 20, 2012 at 11:56 am (Edit) It’s a crazy conspiracy theory. Pure electric cars just don’t work. They suck, no one shelved the design because of greedy big oil, electrics just don’t have the balls to get the job done on American highways. Gas/electric hybrids work great though. winterized Reply February 17, 2012 at 3:50 pm (Edit)Why can’t they make gas lawn trimmers that just allows a key-turn start?We can do it with cars, and electric lawn trimmers with the push of a button, so why is it that the manufacturers insist on having the string pulling mechanism to start thetrimmer? spooky 1 Reply February 17, 2012 at 9:39 pm (Edit) I think that the weight penalty of having to have a battery and a starter motor would outweigh the benefits. If your gas powered tool is in good tune and you understand the proper starting procedure it should only take a few pulls to start the thing anyway. most of us don’t take the proper care when putting the tool away after we’re done which can quite often make them difficult to start the next time we need to use them. I know this sounds totally crazy, but, read the part in the owners manual that tells about care and storage. peace & good luck. Crazy man Reply February 21, 2012 at 2:36 pm (Edit)Are electric lawn trimmers dependable?I have continuous trouble with excessive line breakage and dispensing. Also the rows of lines stick together. A.C.R. Reply February 22, 2012 at 3:13 pm (Edit) what is the question do you have an electric trimmer? And trouble with line breakage and feed problems at moment. if you want to change to an electric model don’t as apart from gutless and inconvenient line is thinner and so more lightly to snap etc. the bump feed type heads good for a start then problems. have to know what you are doing when winding on line evenly so don’t stick and jam up. i have used non standard heads for more than 20 years you just cut a piece of line about 18 inches long and insert in head and use.but on a brush cutter can use thicker line also usage plays big part in snapping line against mesh fence like i have to keep pets out of garden beds in rear yard easy to snap line if wasn’t for that just wears down not snapping the tip of line is only part to contact the ground trimming the grass breakage happens when misjudge where line hits ground lots practice makes Perfect
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