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Old 04-14-2010, 10:30 PM   #9
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Originally Posted by Rich Knapp View Post
you never get you money back out if you sell used equipment. I know I used to have a commercial gym in my basement. But one way to look at it is the gym membership is up you have a good body but nothing other than that. you have to re up it.

Home equipment you always have it.

I wish I has a home gym again but ya it is fun working out at a gym to, I do now. All depends on your gym, do you have to wait for equipment? Do you get stopped with jaw jackers? If you do then home equipment would probably be way to go.
well assuming there arent any special needs then a barbell and bench are perfect for most, personally i still think almost all the fancy machines should be melted down and made into something useful, i mean if i was able to build my dream home gym id only have a bar, alot of weight, a bench, a power rack, a cable machine, and maybe a few other things like glute ham raise bench, i dont like nor need much else
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