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    Originally Posted by Varials View Post
    Posted this in someone else's thread not realizing this thread existed. A slow build up of items within the past 5 years. There's about $4,500 worth of equipment in this one car garage. Some items I received as birthday / Christmas gifts and some items were found cheap through mutual friends and flea markets. I also have a 350lb tractor tire that isn't included in the photos. It's so nice walking 15ft out the door and having this to myself. Winter sucks though! Will be investing in a decent space heater. Plenty of below zero degree workouts and did just fine once the body warms up. Items include:

    - Dumbbells: Range from 5lbs - 100lbs (need 45's, 60's, 65's, 75's, 80's, 90's, and 95's to complete 5-100 set.) I get by just fine though. Mostly want 60-65's and 75s.
    - Plates: (2) 100's, (8) 45's, (2) 35's, (6) 25's, (6) 10's, (6) 5's, (4) 2.5's
    - Fitness Gear Half Rack / Bench (It gets me by, Would like a newer rack eventually)
    - Lat / Row Cable Machine, Hyper Extension, Leg / Curl Machine, Trap Bar, Landmine Attachment, 120lb Loadable Brute Force Sandbag, 20lb Everlast Bag, 20lb Slam Ball, 2in / 50ft Battle Rope, and a 100lb Punching Bag mostly for carries and slams
    - (3) Barbells (investing in a Rogue bar more than likely, bars are old and cheap), EZ Bar, and Tricep Bar
    - 10, 20, 50, and 70lb Resistance Bands
    - (8) Different Type of Cable Attachments

    Best Equipment Find: 100lb Dumbbell for $15 at a flea market. Need to find one more to create a pair, haha
    Good set up, you have everything covered, putting a home gym together is a lot of fun, just be aware collecting equipment is addictive.
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    I added a few things since last year to my home gym
    Looking good, very nice set up.
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    Originally Posted by gym62richard View Post
    Good set up, you have everything covered, putting a home gym together is a lot of fun, just be aware collecting equipment is addictive.
    Thank you! Yes, yes it is lol. I try my best to not impulse buy items. I definitely need a new bar though. One of the sleeves apparently swelled and the rogue plates won't slide on all the way (stops half way on sleeve). However, other plates like CAP have no issues.
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    Here she be:

    Basement gym with ~90" ceilings with the occasional low-lying pipe. Plywood walls with corrugated metal bottom. Ceilings spray-painted charcoal. Horse stall mat floor.

    Purchased everything off craigslist or facebook. Only items new are a few of the stall mats and the landmine attachment.

    Rogue SML-1 with HR-2 half rack conversion but prior owner increased cross-member size to 24" so it serves as a mini power rack. I'm short so I can squat inside and then I bench/press/row outside. The 7' height makes pull-ups tricky, so I do them on my cable machine for now.

    CAP "Beast" barbell. Dislike the occasional metal splinter from the sleeves, so hoping to upgrade at some point.

    Cybex adjustable bench (older 5437 model. Seat is fixed at slight incline which is moderately annoying).

    Spinlock dumbbells + range of fixed dumbbells from 2lbs to 25lbs. I wrapped the spinlock handles with A&R hockey tape to beef up the grip.

    Body Solid BFFT10 Functional trainer. After putting vaseline all over cables and pulleys it works very smoothly.

    Old powerblocks lat pulldown / low row tower. Load with standard size plates

    Floor landmine + beater bar.

    CAP standard size plates including 1.25lbs micros (about to buy washers for even smaller increments)

    CAP olympic plates (all weighed and surprisingly accurate)

    10 and 15lb Again Faster bumper plates (warm-up sets for rows and DLs). I like them, but they stink / off gas a lot.

    Old nautilus hip extension F2AHE model

    Sole E25 Elliptical

    12", 15", 18" nested step-up boxes made by my dad



    Wish list / future upgrades:
    Rogue Ohio Power Bar
    Matador dip attachment
    BWTG pivot + neutral grip viking press
    Spin bike
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    Originally Posted by VTLifts View Post
    Here she be:

    Basement gym with ~90" ceilings with the occasional low-lying pipe. Plywood walls with corrugated metal bottom. Ceilings spray-painted charcoal. Horse stall mat floor.

    Purchased everything off craigslist or facebook. Only items new are a few of the stall mats and the landmine attachment.

    Rogue SML-1 with HR-2 half rack conversion but prior owner increased cross-member size to 24" so it serves as a mini power rack. I'm short so I can squat inside and then I bench/press/row outside. The 7' height makes pull-ups tricky, so I do them on my cable machine for now.

    CAP "Beast" barbell. Dislike the occasional metal splinter from the sleeves, so hoping to upgrade at some point.

    Cybex adjustable bench (older 5437 model. Seat is fixed at slight incline which is moderately annoying).

    Spinlock dumbbells + range of fixed dumbbells from 2lbs to 25lbs. I wrapped the spinlock handles with A&R hockey tape to beef up the grip.

    Body Solid BFFT10 Functional trainer. After putting vaseline all over cables and pulleys it works very smoothly.

    Old powerblocks lat pulldown / low row tower. Load with standard size plates

    Floor landmine + beater bar.

    CAP standard size plates including 1.25lbs micros (about to buy washers for even smaller increments)

    CAP olympic plates (all weighed and surprisingly accurate)

    10 and 15lb Again Faster bumper plates (warm-up sets for rows and DLs). I like them, but they stink / off gas a lot.

    Old nautilus hip extension F2AHE model

    Sole E25 Elliptical

    12", 15", 18" nested step-up boxes made by my dad



    Wish list / future upgrades:
    Rogue Ohio Power Bar
    Matador dip attachment
    BWTG pivot + neutral grip viking press
    Spin bike
    Looks great.
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    Looks great.
    Thanks. The design was all the wife as I would've just thrown mats down in the concrete basement and called it a day. Though it cost more than the equipment, I love working out down there.
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    Starting with the basement and shed. I live in Maine and have an attached barn garage gym. The cardio stuff lived out there just the first winter. 17 degrees was way too cold to do any cardio. In the shed I have a bunch of equipment I can only really use during the summer (farmer carries, husafell stone, log bar, sled w/attachments). I leave a mace out there but in the winter, it goes above the barn. I built a couple of platforms across my yard to use as point A/B. I've added 100, 150, 200 sandbags to out there on black friday as well as spud swing straps but won't get to try those out until the spring. Anyhow, basement has interactive bike, water rower, vertical climber, boxflex (pretty much an elliptical but way more intense), stretching thing, GHD and regular elliptical. Bike is cool- displays google maps and adjusts the incline based on what you're "biking."
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    Barn itself is ~32' x 38'. I don't trust the floor with heavy items and primarily have function things up there. 1 light and 1 heavy battle rope, peg board, speed bag, a squat jump thing self designed (wear a vest that is attached to points on the floor with bands and as you jump you face resistance on the way up), vertical jump challenger, pull up bar on bungee cords, rings, pylo boxes (the titans to 60" are new and haven't really been tried too much), 2 climbing ropes (1 regular about 20' up and the other for each arm to grasp), ski-erg, cable machine with independent arms and some other minor things. Oh and ping-pong table and optishot golf simulator. But those aren't gym related. Haha.

    Happy with the use of space up there. During the winter it's pretty chilly so it gets sporadic use. In the summer, it's fine up there.
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    And the gym area itself. Again, 32' x 38' attached barn. The downstairs has 2 rooms. Side room which is used for normal garage stuff/storage is about 12' wide. I think the back area with mats down is 24' x 20'. I still can fit my car and plan to keep it that way. I've expanded to the side of the car. Way too much equipment here to detail. I did the exact opposite of what everyone says to do and am very happy with how it came out. I've gotten cheaper equipment and have continued adding to it. I haven't upgraded much besides a seated calf raise and went from squat stands to an actual rack. I've added a lot of higher quality attachments but for the most part, the equipment I got (generally Titan, Body Solid, Powerline and xMark) has been perfectly fine.

    I just wanted as much varied equipment accessories as I could get because I knew I was going to stick with it. I had a multi-station years ago that I used regularly so switching to regular equipment was a good move and was going to be used. If someone wasn't sure they were going to keep using their garage gym, totally agree to get higher quality gym equipment and that way it holds it's value more if you end up selling it.

    Oh yeah, not much of a used market up here so haven't been able to add much second hand. Which again, contributes to getting the lower end stuff. It might not be as good or smooth as other equipment, but serves it's purpose. Only big upgrade I really see for the future will be to high quality weight plates. But that will be a huge splurge without a used market to find anything. Priced out Rogue around black friday and, even with the discounts they were running and getting the blemished plates, it was $2200 or so.
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    And some more pictures. Oh, and inside the house I have stuff like an inversion table, normatec, theragun, wobble board and stuff that's useful if I'm just plopped down and want to watch TV but do something useful.

    Ask if you have questions on anything
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    Lastly, best purchase(s) I made was the climate control out there. For warmth I have a 240v heater, a 120v heater, a 30k BTU wall propane heater, and a 125k BTU salamander heater. I'll turn the salamander on to get the heat up really quickly and then can use the other things to keep it 50-65 even when it's 0 outside. I have a dehumidifier to help with keep the equipment from rusting. In the summer I have a portable AC unit where I built a port out the side of the barn. I also have a bunch of fans and then have a net to cover the garage door (to keep insects out) so I can get some nice air flow at night and not be thinking about swatting bugs mid deadlift.
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    got a basic power line cable crossover for Xmas. Have to say I'm really enjoying it. should have got one years ago. The more weight you put on it- the smoother it gets I think.
    Even though I have mid-lat row machine, I made some foot platforms so I can do seated low rows on it too. Works great. Just have to paint them up.


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    Originally Posted by grumpytude View Post
    got a basic power line cable crossover for Xmas. Have to say I'm really enjoying it. should have got one years ago. The more weight you put on it- the smoother it gets I think.
    Even though I have mid-lat row machine, I made some foot platforms so I can do seated low rows on it too. Works great. Just have to paint them up.
    Congratulations, back in the day I had the Powerline CC, I agree you need to load up the weight horns, it really helped to stabilise the unit.

    At the time I didn't have enough room for a full width crossover, I think I cut about 2' off the crossbar, drilled out new holes and reattached it, it still worked well.
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    Originally Posted by grumpytude View Post
    got a basic power line cable crossover for Xmas. Have to say I'm really enjoying it. should have got one years ago. The more weight you put on it- the smoother it gets I think.
    Even though I have mid-lat row machine, I made some foot platforms so I can do seated low rows on it too. Works great. Just have to paint them up.



    Those are some awesome posters and the cable crossover ain't too shabby as well!

    I've always kicked around the idea of having a cheap cable crossover like that one, but the space it would take up would never work for me unless I stuck it in the outside in the backyard in New England weather lol.
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    Originally Posted by Deep-Voiced-One View Post
    Those are some awesome posters and the cable crossover ain't too shabby as well!

    I've always kicked around the idea of having a cheap cable crossover like that one, but the space it would take up would never work for me unless I stuck it in the outside in the backyard in New England weather lol.
    thanks, gotta have Supes and Rocky!
    well I sold a few pieces to free up some room and move things around, it does take up some space, Probably why I never had one all the years. Ideally I would like a bunch of Hammer stuff, but not enough room.
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    Originally Posted by grumpytude View Post
    got a basic power line cable crossover for Xmas. Have to say I'm really enjoying it. should have got one years ago. The more weight you put on it- the smoother it gets I think.
    Even though I have mid-lat row machine, I made some foot platforms so I can do seated low rows on it too. Works great. Just have to paint them up.


    I like the foot plates you made for rows...good idea.
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    I like the foot plates you made for rows...good idea.
    thanks, trying to get as much use out of the unit as possible. great for rope tricep extension too.
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    Originally Posted by grumpytude View Post
    got a basic power line cable crossover for Xmas. Have to say I'm really enjoying it. should have got one years ago. The more weight you put on it- the smoother it gets I think.
    Even though I have mid-lat row machine, I made some foot platforms so I can do seated low rows on it too. Works great. Just have to paint them up.


    Nice work. Great Idea ! I bet it works perfect
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    Originally Posted by Deep-Voiced-One View Post
    Those are some awesome posters and the cable crossover ain't too shabby as well!

    I've always kicked around the idea of having a cheap cable crossover like that one, but the space it would take up would never work for me unless I stuck it in the outside in the backyard in New England weather lol.
    I'm also up in NE and found that if you put stuff that can be moved easily underneath, the only space is where the two bases sit. I just wheel the preacher curl out of the way and put the silencer pads side by side instead of stacked. Boom, full access


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    thanks, trying to get as much use out of the unit as possible. great for rope tricep extension too.
    Love the foot block design. I don't have enough posts yet to post links, but consider looking up "Powerline Cablecross pull up." Fitness factory has a $90 one with 2 position handle and adjustable width.
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