I basically made this machine referencing two videos:
Mine is a tiny bit different than both but same basic design. It's basically as compact as the first one but uses simple items like the second one.
I had also built a 10ft long, 8ft wide, and 10ft tall structure that contains several workout items that I can swap out with carabiner clips attached to eyehooks.
The problem is in this system my legs swing across the whole structure and the crossbeams I placed for support get in the way as they are only 4ft (and some inches) away from me on either side. I should've made the whole structure 10x10x10 so that issue wouldn't exist but I wasn't thinking obviously.
So now I am trying to hang the machine from a joist in the top.
There are two problems:
1) It is stucco and I am unsure if something like this will eventually crack it over time due to movement. If that is the case I have no clue how to prevent such damage.
2) The garage is directly under a room and I have no idea how I would get on the other side of the joist in order to secure it with a nut.
The only easy solution I see is an exposed beam that is still stucco covered but I could put the eye hook horizontally and place the nut after drilling it through the other side. However there is one problem with that as well. There is a garage opening mechanism close to it and I'm afraid that when I use this flare machine it will hit it pretty often if not every time. Thus why I'd prefer using a joist.