PoochieMan123: Use them for the spin classes and have those classes every hour!
Edwin Dueck: For a gym that is a great idea, thanks for sharing your video.
Maher Ghazal: I would consider a flywheel to avoid fluctuations.
Jim Territo: So can generators be applied to "dumbell" style work- outs? And if you can
do enough work in an hour to fully charge a phone, it would be worth it.
onetwofive varma: Amazing idea, but one problem: When we use a generator, its actually not
only a generator, but its also a motor at the same time. When you give it
mechanical energy and spin it lets say clock wise, it produces two
different electricity which face each other inside the generator. The one
that comes out, is lets say 12v and the one that is produced internally is
about lets say 9v. When you take electricity from your generator, the
output voltage NO1 will drop, so the second voltage which wants o turn the
generator counter clock wise, gets more space to do what it wants to do. So
the more you get electricity out of your generator, the harder it becomes
to spin it. But if you just locate solenoids around a circle and locate
magnets on the central shaft and spin the shaft, no matter how much current
you take out of your system, it consumes the same amount of mechanical
energy to spin it. So if you take one watt or 100watts out of your system,
you will only need E amount of energy to spin the wheel ;)
kaizer soze: I would love to make something like this to help power my computer...
problem is... I have a 780W power supply in it.
daniel chung: ... It's a matter of time that we will no longer use coal or gas nor
Tony Boroni: one person can produce hardly nothing.
clnmyjts: tent city in Az has a bicycle generator hooked up to a TV if someone
wants to watch TV they have to pedal the bicycle..( the generator must
putting out enough to run the TV I was there and watch TV while same one
else was peddling ) BUT I don`t know for sure if the TV was a TV than ran
on 110 AC current or ran off of 12 DC volt. )
Intransitman: @SeriousBusiness100 Also transportation and land use policy is different
too, they tend to focus more on being able to walk to places & better
transit service. While here in North America it's about driving & spreading
destinations further out.
JULYINJULY: Looks like this power legs could go a lot faster. I bet with a good chain
setup and an inverter that has a higher power tolerance you would but 200
watts easy. I remember the video you guys did last year with the regular
inverter your wifey had the same problem over voltaging the unit. I bet a
24v inverter would be a good choice. Place 2 motors in red red black black
you can get it.
Intransitman: @brt5470 I'm in Montreal Canada and here it's 6-8 cents per kWh.
stiggyh: all gyms should have these :)))))))))))))))
Denis Zykov: Try this - Green Cycle Plus! Free Green Energy video
don44077: You are a very funny guy! Great videos. Got any info on tracking devices
for the Fresnel lenses?
kaizercharles: Yeah, your right. I see good things such as flywheels to store energy and
gear changers. Do you have an idea on how to create a good massive flywheel?
Shiblee AR.: THUMBS UP IF YOU REACHED HERE FROM DJ BLENDS VIDEO =D
Miamijunglist: 105 watts would power all of the light bulbs that I let run at once
iulian28ti: LIGHT !
supergokue1: Thanks for the good info about grid tie inverter.
ZullGostnu2: Good information, this is useful. Thanks for providing information on Grid
Tie Inverters...as opposed to a normal inverter.
sssssbooom: @dobberdoss the weather is bad, or they need lower impact work outs, or
they need to do some hill climbs, or they want to know there heart rate, or
they would like to have a better pace. or they want to be closer to the
other machines they work out on. the list is endless nothing to do with
godsend420: stay green even if u dont smoke weed haha vid effects ☆☆☆☆☆
Gr0nTh0s: You must to protect your ears...
Ethan Nino: Good idea to entice gym patrons, you get a discount on your membership
proportional to however much power you generate, maybe even getting money
FROM the gym if you work out there a lot.
Commentsification: thumbs up if u clicked this vid for the huge arm
fazal manan: Great work
The Papa Smurf: could i use a generic invert if i planned on just powering say my pc or tv
in power outtage or can i somehow set it up to charge a battery bank when
power goes out?
FrankyZ: have them all indiviudually metered and make it so if you do this much in
amonth you get a discount. make a scoreboard. your discounts will probably
offset the savings but its a great marketing, getting more people to come
and try to comptete
pubtor: strong arms lol
Willie Bill: I watched a video on youtube, this guy took an electric motor, and a
generator. the motor starts on AC power, which drives the generator, he
says the generator has been altered to put out more power than normal, so
the generator powers the motor, plus a bench grinder, is this possable? or
is that a bunch of bologna?
Nate Taylor: An attached flywheel might be able to smooth out the voltage and the
hoser4: Plug the TV into the inverter.
wan2byoda: cool vid, u need to wrk out both arms :) there is a lot of stuff u can do
to improve the bike set up to make it more efficient. I can see how a whole
spinning class with motivated folks can crank out some real power
Nickk388: may i make a suggestions to your videos. Maybe a lot of people might not
agree with me and thats ok i dont mind i just want to make a suggestions
based off my opinion. I think you make great videos but my suggestion is
that when your filming a video don't cut out the mistakes you make.
Everyone makes mistakes but if you say the wrong thing its alright. When
you start cutting and splicing a lot of the video it tends to get a little
confusing so like i said it is OK to make mistakes : )
scoobydog411: Have you seen all the tv,s they use ? =)
Random Man: Hook that up to a 250 watt 24v Waeco camping kettle. My one boils 2.5 cup
of water in about 20 mins = 83watts. Lay bets he could make a single cuppa
in 30~40 minutes.
SNUBISM: might be more comfortable hooked to a recumbent trike.
the5k0k3r: Very Informative!!! but this guy talks waaaaaya tooooo much
baboracus: There should be a gym where the patrons get paid for their energy input.
For example if you work out 1 hour for 20W or whatever than that's .02 kWh.
Therefore you get 0.02*0.010 = $0.0002 per hr of working out.......... wow,
Billy Givens: mercury gas ,bad,green?
michael phillips: 5:39 63c for us i think
robotpredator8: so funny,so much muscle "fake"!!
Sand10waterpolo: if I got managed in time 1 min 8 sec and distance was on this stationary
bicycle 1000m.. it is good or not so bad result ?
buzzkillor: @GREENPOWERSCIENCE You'd never get off the grid unless it was a huge gym
full of patrons and nothing else. Exercise in the dark with no music.. ya
know? I've done the math on it before. Even hypothesizing that I've not
only got treadmills and bikes going, but also have tied pulleys (like on a
universal) and other weight equipment into the power generation. People are
feeble and love energy. But, still a good gimmick. Give people a card that
records their "green" rating.
Mark Jones: @GREENPOWERSCIENCE the gym i use to go to had some old running machines
that had no electric they use to just work by friction inside of them the
faster you fan the faster they went and the slower the slower they went no
buttons to control the speed just your legs lol
Zachstar2000: That was an awesome demo! And thank you for the detailed info on the safety
of Grid Tie inverters and their difference from normal inverters.
birdwing98: Wow Dan, The pedaling really made your biceps bulk up!
badamson10: Its time to put my kids to work! Maybe some neighbor kids too!
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