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    Which is a better choice

    Hi all, I need some advice on home gyms. A little history first. I am 62, 6ft, and about 260 and my wife is 64, 4ft11, and around 115. I was in a bad motorcycle accident 10 years ago which resulted in a compound tib/fib break, nerve damage in the left knee, a herniated peronial muscle, a rod and screws in the left leg, and a badly torn rotator cuff. Including the day of the accident I have had five surgeries with one more to go for an umbilical hernia. However I need to loose about 55 to 60 lbs before the surgery. I experience pain in my low back, neck, head, and leg every day, individually or all at once.

    My wife just never lost the baby weight. She does have a weight goal of 99 lbs. She walks every day and has been slowly but steadily loosing.

    We are both looking to loose weight and build a better well toned and muscular physique

    We just purchased a rowing machine and I have some Bodylastics bands. The bands work great as I can get in both cardio and resistance at the same time however, there are some exercises, such as chest press, where I am unable to use maximum resistance due to the mechanics of resistance bands being anchored behind me with no support.

    So, we are looking at getting a home gym. the budget is about $1000 max. We don't know whether to go for something that has a weight stack or Bowflex.

    Sorry for the length, I just thought a little history might help.

    Thank you all in advance for any help.
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    Welcome to the forum bro.

    If you can weed through all the nonsense it's enjoyable at time

    To answer your question

    At your wife's age I'd first get a Drs "OK" but once that's cleared

    Walking,cardio, and in all honesty I can't recommend you any home.gyms cause I'm not familiar with any of them I would just Google search reviews and find one that comes with a thumbs up

    It's never too late in life to start working out and living a healthy lifestyle thought. So good marks for you and your wife

    Just try not to be one of those people who buy a home gym for New years and it does nothing but attrsct dust all year long.

    You got to love it or at least learn to like it
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    Although this is the equipment forum and it's all about equipment, maybe try Planet Fitness to see what you actually like and can both do before buying anything.

    That budget will not get you much.
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    You are going to get several functional trainer recommendations. Not sure why. They are not what you want.
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    Honestly, since you want to focus on chest, my recommendation is to just add push ups to your routine if you haven't already. You can do them banded if you want more resistance. Save your $1,000 until you've fully recovered from your surgery and then decide how you want to proceed. Joining a commercial gym for a while isn't a bad idea.

    Weight loss is primarily about nutrition. Focus on your calorie intake and staying active. Your rowing machine is a good investment, but keep in mind that cardio and exercise don't really burn that many calories. If you push really hard and then reward yourself with food, you've just undone the work. In a lot of cases, going for a walk that won't make you hungry will be more effective when it comes to significant weight loss. Resistance training is great too, but it's still mostly about calories right now so I wouldn't invest in a home gym until after your surgery. Rowing, banded resistance, calisthenics, and walking are enough to help you lose weight.

    As far as how I'd spend that $1,000, I'd go with an flat+incline bench and adjustable dumbbells from Rep Fitness or keep an eye out for Ironmaster to have another 20% off sale and get the Super Bench Pro + adjustable dumbbells from them. Then look at doing Fierce 5 dumbbell program.

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    Originally Posted by radrd View Post
    As far as how I'd spend that $1,000, I'd go with an flat+incline bench and adjustable dumbbells from Rep Fitness or keep an eye out for Ironmaster to have another 20% off sale and get the Super Bench Pro + adjustable dumbbells from them. Then look at doing Fierce 5 dumbbell program.

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    That right there ^^^. I spent about $250,000 on a bunch of rental properties that are "AirBnb" types for refinery contractors. After a few years they left behind a bunch of free weights and an adjustable bench. So my home gym was free.
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    This thread is a prime example of why this forum has 0 traffic.
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    Originally Posted by Greybird2 View Post
    This thread is a prime example of why this forum has 0 traffic.
    Would we have more traffic if we told him to get a Bowflex? What's your recommendation?
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    Originally Posted by radrd View Post
    Would we have more traffic if we told him to get a Bowflex? What's your recommendation?
    LOL.. See post #8
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    Originally Posted by radrd View Post
    Would we have more traffic if we told him to get a Bowflex? What's your recommendation?
    My recommendation is Soloflex.

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    guns and golf.
    The guns and golf start at 2:04. We tried to get this guy to come to our town for an event, but it was $10,000 for an appearance in 1998.

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    Originally Posted by paulinkansas View Post
    My recommendation is Soloflex.
    They just stopped making those this year. Amazing they hung on so long, made in the US till the end.

    I had one back in the day. Ergonomics were not good, but between the body weight exercises and the 900 pound weight limit it could do the job and didn't take up much space. The marketing wasn't wrong, there was a kind of simple beauty to it. Until you actually used it.

    I'd probably still take one over a Bowflex, if bands could still be bought, since they inevitably degrade and break. But I'd take an Ironmaster Superbench with dip and chin attachments and adjustable dumbbells over either.
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    Given all your issues, it sounds like you need PT sessions at a gym to get a better idea of what you can and should be doing with, not creating an underbudget home gym
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    Originally Posted by Camarija View Post
    Given all your issues, it sounds like you need PT sessions at a gym to get a better idea of what you can and should be doing with, not creating an underbudget home gym
    Excellent suggestion.
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    My recommendation is Soloflex.

    LOl.. The rubber bands were ridiculous. However, Bowflex did a hold my beer, and came out with "power rods".
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    Originally Posted by Camarija View Post
    Given all your issues, it sounds like you need PT sessions at a gym to get a better idea of what you can and should be doing with, not creating an underbudget home gym
    Thanks Camarija, Your comment is appreciated.

    I have had a bunch of PT over the years, all to no or very little avail. I currently have a great new pain doc, a Chiropractor who is a volleyball coach and former player, as well as a regular MD. As for myself I am a retired massage therapist and acupuncturist. I also have the experience of studying various martial arts since 1981 and doing a little full contact. I am pretty in tune with my body.

    As for an under budget gym I am just trying to get the best bang for the buck.
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    I'd take that $1k to FB Marketplace, might take you 6-12 months with some patience, but in the end you could build a pretty awesome home gym with that money. In the meantime, a commercial gym membership isn't a bad idea. But that comes with the typical annoyances you have with training in public, which seems like it has gotten worse over the years thanks to social media. I've been taking my daughter lately and even at off times I find myself having a hard time getting a decent workout, too many ego lifters hogging machines. Investing that 6-12 months of daily searching for quality used (commercial if possible) equipment is your best bet...
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    Originally Posted by urbanlifter View Post
    i'd take that $1k to fb marketplace, might take you 6-12 months with some patience, but in the end you could build a pretty awesome home gym with that money. In the meantime, a commercial gym membership isn't a bad idea. But that comes with the typical annoyances you have with training in public, which seems like it has gotten worse over the years thanks to social media. I've been taking my daughter lately and even at off times i find myself having a hard time getting a decent workout, too many ego lifters hogging machines. Investing that 6-12 months of daily searching for quality used (commercial if possible) equipment is your best bet...
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    We are both looking to loose weight and build a better well toned and muscular physique
    Many people with vague all-around goals don't plan on doing (or have the desire to do) a balanced lifting program geared towards increasing weights over time - and are looking more to lose weight by doing resistance training that looks more like cardio.

    And that's ok since everyone has different preferences and goals, but - based on your current rowing & bodylastics workout as well as your injuries - you should figure out what type of workouts/exercises you want to do before you spend your limited $.

    For example, it's hard to advise if "something that has a weight stack or Bowflex" is a better choice since neither is a good starting point. But if weight loss is the real goal and you aren't going to train legs or push yourself from a strength perspective... either could be fine for your needs with the right nutrition plan.

    So don't spend your budget on something that you may decide doesn't suit what you currently want to do - or what you may later decide to do - on your fitness journey. Most people who build a home gym before they've established a consistent, long term fitness routine end up with an overly-priced clothes rack that takes up too much room in their basement.
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    Esporta, basically re-branded LA Fitness. Gyms have been insane busy lately, makes it really hard to get in a good workout.
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