Type: Posts; User: jackbravo
I'd love to see a review from you on the Ohio deadlift bar vs. the Texas deadlift bar.
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One thing about the brick column and hooks screwed into the wall is that you won't have room to get under the bar (if I understand the plan correctly). Since the bar will be on your back for back...
LOL you guys are killing me
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try doing your upper body press first, then squats. see if that helps
I like making make my own columns
this is the home cardio I do without cost
This is very true. One way that I'd use it would be comparing power over the course of a cycle. I think it'd help me decide whether to step back or do something different. I'm sure that kind of...
I don't know, man. If this things works like it actually says, measures power output, that'd be huge. Having an objective measure of activity would be a nice luxury to have.
Try 2800 calories
I think it's one of those you have to try. I've tried and really disliked it. I have no plans to ever buy one (which could always change).
This guy has a pretty nice home gym, had a reverse hyper...
this thread has been slowly gnawing at me for the past 3 months.
now i have to get it !!! arg
you guys need to stop buying and reviewing stuff !
How about Hi-temp plates? You can use them outdoors without problem I believe.
260lb set from Rogue for 500$, shipping included
I'm not sure as to their accuracy, but maybe that doesn't matter.
Love the jaybirds.
Version 1 on sale for $90 for the green
I would just keep your bar until you figure out it's not good enough anymore (something breaks, falls off, too whippy, etc.) Not sure how useful a GHD is, as you can do natural GHRs for hamstring...
didn't mean to scare you. are you double-jointed or have a little divet in the middle of your chest? sounds a bit crass, but you're only losing opportunity by continuing to not lift, not life, limb...
Man..it's been a while since I've heard from you guys!
The Pro-Elite squat stands look interesting for my current situation of a tiny basement (though I'm not decided whether I'd be able to do a...
Awesome that you're looking to change! However, if you're not looking to spend more than 100$ on a home gym, I would save that money. As you are a beginner, your idea of the ideal body is flawed. You...
You guys are too closed minded. It's obvious the arc movement technology is the secret to allllll kinds of gainz
Look how round and smooth the arcs are. Don't...