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post #111 of 4926 (permalink) Old 02-21-2009, 06:16 PM
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Re: Workout/Staying in Shape Thread

Thats fuckin sick dude, I wish I had a home gym, sometimes I just dont want to work out around people. All I got is dumbbells from 20-40.
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Bowflex adjustable dumbbells. I love these things. They take the place of 15 pairs of dumbbells with weight ranging from 5lbs to 52lbs. One click and the weight is easily changed.

I got these as well, they are so nice to have around as like you said they take the place of 15 pairs of dumb bells so saves a bunch of space.

Need to get myself a rack, squatting is kind of dangerous when you do not have anything really to set on, basically got to drop like they do in Olympics.

I shall take some pictures later and put em up.
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Re: Workout/Staying in Shape Thread

I do visit a local gym every morning, and I have my own personal trainer. It is just a room that we do different stations at, then following that we do several kinds of jogs around the room for 1 minute. Ever since I have been doing this program I have lost atleast 5-10 pounds.

I also have a treadmill at home that I will use atleast 2-3 times a week, running at 30 minutes and I tried to aim for 2 and a half miles. The lowest I go is 4 Miles/ph and highest was 7 Miles/Ph.
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Here's my home gym.

Weight stack. Keeps the place nice and tidy.




My main workout station. I can do most exercises on this. I have a heap of attachments for doing different back and tricep routines.





Treadmill.



Bowflex adjustable dumbbells. I love these things. They take the place of 15 pairs of dumbbells with weight ranging from 5lbs to 52lbs. One click and the weight is easily changed.



My other workout station which I use for squatting and benching. I have a couple of attachments for the bench to do legs and preacher curls on. Punching/kick bag in the back ground.




Mountain bike. I try to get a couple of rides in each week. Go for about 25 km at a time.



So I don't get bored on the treadmill or in the gym I have my laptop which i can watch movie on or the TV. I listen to the laptop via bluetooth headphones.

Wow!, would love to see what shape your currently in, Rajah.

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I eat junk food all day and don't work out. I'm 134 pounds.

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post #116 of 4926 (permalink) Old 02-21-2009, 07:02 PM
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Re: Workout/Staying in Shape Thread

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Here's my home gym.

Weight stack. Keeps the place nice and tidy.




My main workout station. I can do most exercises on this. I have a heap of attachments for doing different back and tricep routines.





Treadmill.



Bowflex adjustable dumbbells. I love these things. They take the place of 15 pairs of dumbbells with weight ranging from 5lbs to 52lbs. One click and the weight is easily changed.



My other workout station which I use for squatting and benching. I have a couple of attachments for the bench to do legs and preacher curls on. Punching/kick bag in the back ground.




Mountain bike. I try to get a couple of rides in each week. Go for about 25 km at a time.



So I don't get bored on the treadmill or in the gym I have my laptop which i can watch movie on or the TV. I listen to the laptop via bluetooth headphones.

Good shit, man. Once I get a stable career I definitely aspire to have something like this some day.

The gym membership will have to suffice for now.


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Re: Workout/Staying in Shape Thread

Ok here is my set up. My mom and dad have so much junk in our basement...Got an elliptical trainer but did not take a picture of that.



Like Rajah stated these things are so handy and they save a bunch of space.



My sister was trying to bench a little before I took this picture, good stuff. Like 30 pounds plus the bar haha.



Got to have a punching bag. Nice thing to have for getting warmed up or just want to vent out some frustrations.



Small little combo machine. Can do a variety of things on it so is nice to have, only 200 pounds on it but that is plenty for the time being.



Just got this over the past month. I was looking for a good ab machine and it got a lot of good feedback on the internet, I should have not payed as much as I did for it but has done me well in short period of time.

Only complain I really have about my setup is that I have no rack so is dangerous when squatting because I got nothing to set my bar down on and the weights are fucking big. If you look in the picture with the dumb bell you can see them. They are old as hell and I got em from my uncle when he got a new set so they were free. I need to get some plates like Rajah has.

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Re: Workout/Staying in Shape Thread

^ nice


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I do about 100-180 push ups every other day, and I've been doing that for the past 2 or so month without skipping any days.

I also have somewhat of chest fat which I've done tread milling for 20-23 minutes to reduce, has helped but there still there, which sucks.
I pretty much have the same problem, gotta keep doing more cardio.
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Re: Workout/Staying in Shape Thread

What do you guys use as motivation? Is it just because you like working out or what?

I can't seem to stay motivated
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Re: Workout/Staying in Shape Thread

Buy a squat rack before your sleeves, Brute. It'll serve you well.

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What do you guys use as motivation? Is it just because you like working out or what?

I can't seem to stay motivated
It's more of an obsession or an impulse that keeps me going. The feedback from da' ladies isn't bad either.


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