- What should I put in my garage gym?
That’s about what I spent on mine. Approx the same as 18 months gym membership. Which do you think is better value?
Agreed. 18 months gym membership I’ll never have the time to use. Nor will it have resale value. I just need to hide the receipt and tell the missus I made the setup out of Meccano 😯Posted 4 years ago
Told you!!!Posted 4 years ago
Don’t like the idea of a multi-gym so would be looking to start from scratch, e.g. pull up bar, punch bag, kettlebells, free weights, bench …
What have you already got and what’s good about it? What would you like to add?
FTR, garage has pitched roof with rafters.
TaPosted 4 years agokudos100Member
Absolutely no discussion on this.
Power rack or sumo rack (height dependant)
Olympic bar and weights
Chin up bar (if you have a sumo rack)
For a proper home gym this is what you want.
I don’t have space at home so I make do with dumbells, kettlebells and and a pull-up bar.Posted 4 years ago5thElefantMember
I’m gymless at the moment… but before moving my old gym had:
250kg Olympic weights
Cable pulldown/row machine
Rollers for a bike
That did me quite nicely. A 45 degree leg press and a smith machine would have been nice though.
I still have the kit I just need to build a gym to pit it in.Posted 4 years agoorganic355Member
Ive got a bodymax squat rack, fairly cheap but does the job, spotters also double up as spotters for benching too.
Ive got standard york spinlock bars with about 300kg of cast iron plates. majority of which are on my squat bar and my deadlift bar.
Also got a set of york fixed rubber dumbells in 7.5, 10, 15, 20, 25kg
all on this rack:
plus another spinlock set of dumbells at 27.5.
also got and EZ curl bar, wrist roller, press up stands and a pull up bar with olympic rings attached.
and a Treadmill:
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