View Single Post
Old 03-16-2014, 03:01 AM   #21
JumpmanRugs
Senior Member
Max Brawn
Points: 2,181, Level: 28 Points: 2,181, Level: 28 Points: 2,181, Level: 28
Activity: 1% Activity: 1% Activity: 1%
 
JumpmanRugs's Avatar
 

Join Date: Aug 2013
Location: United Kingdom
Posts: 526
Training Exp: 4 years
Training Type: ARGH!!!
Fav Exercise: Squat / Deadlift
Fav Supp: Motivation
Reputation: 10351
JumpmanRugs is a dedicated contributorJumpmanRugs is a dedicated contributorJumpmanRugs is a dedicated contributorJumpmanRugs is a dedicated contributorJumpmanRugs is a dedicated contributorJumpmanRugs is a dedicated contributorJumpmanRugs is a dedicated contributorJumpmanRugs is a dedicated contributorJumpmanRugs is a dedicated contributorJumpmanRugs is a dedicated contributorJumpmanRugs is a dedicated contributor
Default

Quote:
Originally Posted by AF-Iron View Post
I love having a home gym, but it has a few drawbacks. I can do almost any barbell training I want, when I want. Food and water are close by. No wait for a squat rack (we only have 4 in the base gym). I dont have to follow a dress code when I work out. Plus my garage doubles as a dry sauna in the summer. My garage is a 2 car, so I have room for more things if I want.

The downsides are, I only have 1 old rusty bar, not enough plates or accessories, my rack is wood but will last until I can afford a good one, I have to put down a rubber mat for deadlifts (housing would kill me if I chipped my floor), no spotters, it gets nasty cold in the winter.

I do go from time to time to the base gym to use machines or do cardio in bad weather. It also lets me to train to failure without the dangers of doing it alone at home. They also have a nice rubber running track and a pool.
That sounds wicked dude! Make shift is awesome! It's cool because it's your gym! Sounds cool, dude!

Sent from my GT-I9505 using Tapatalk
JumpmanRugs is offline   Reply With Quote
Sponsored Links