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    Most of you guys would like a gym at home right? I'm slowly working on mine and can't wait to ditch planet fitness lol. Here's what I got so far for $200

    All pairs and in 5lb increments. 10-65lbs with a 2 tiered rack.

    Olympic bench that does incline, decline, flat with a leg extention/preacher curl attachment and 300lbs with of weight

    He also threw in an ez curl bar with some standard plates.

    now all I need is a power rack and a place to put it all lol

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  • #2
    My dream home gym would basically be the EliteFTS training facility.
    Ph.D., Theoretical Physics '16
    kind of a douche

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Sammich View Post
      My dream home gym would basically be the EliteFTS training facility.
      ^^^This. For sure.
      The average silverback gorilla in the wild is between 5'7 and 5'11, and weighs between 298 and 397 pounds (according to wikipedia). Why not shoot for that?

      -LoRez from T Nation

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      • #4
        If money were no option
        And I could assemble my ultimate gym (especially for what I like, dc training)
        2 leg presses hammer with the 4 tiers and the 3 tier precor (that bitch is heavy)
        Hammer over head leg press :-)
        7 dg smythe
        Cybex hack slide
        Hammer hack/power squat machine
        Donkey calf life fitness
        Standing calf prolly a cybex or precor
        Seated calf not the hammer strength not a fan
        A leg ext
        Westside barbell rack
        A Power bar
        Ez bar
        Dip/chin station
        Hammer dip machine
        Hammer ground base deadlift
        Hammer preacher
        Life fitness incline machine looooooooooved this one
        Hammer overhead press
        Yates row
        Yates pulldown
        hammer wide pulldown
        Pullover machine
        Hammer mid row
        Crossover/pulldown/row Cable set up
        Lateral machine I like the cybex ones
        The incline pec deck for the push press (don't remember the brand)
        Standard pec deck
        Squat box elitefts brand
        Bells up to 2 bills
        Landmine
        preacher bench
        Ghr
        Short back seat
        Hammer One leg curl
        Cybex Seated leg curl
        Life fitness lying leg curl
        Couple tires
        Plyo boxes
        Standard oly bar
        Bumpers
        Kettle bells
        Ropes
        Slam balls
        Wall balls
        Prowler
        Chalk stand
        Puke bucket
        Mini fridge
        various band pics and supplement adds plastered in unorganized fashion on wall
        Loud ass speakers
        No windows
        Well placed mirrors
        And a pad lock over the door :-)
        I see you didn't take a s#!t before deadlifting....
        I too like to live dangerously

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        • #5
          Originally posted by DC_catholic315 View Post
          If money were no option
          And I could assemble my ultimate gym (especially for what I like, dc training)
          2 leg presses hammer with the 4 tiers and the 3 tier precor (that bitch is heavy)
          Hammer over head leg press :-)
          7 dg smythe
          Cybex hack slide
          Hammer hack/power squat machine
          Donkey calf life fitness
          Standing calf prolly a cybex or precor
          Seated calf not the hammer strength not a fan
          A leg ext
          Westside barbell rack
          A Power bar
          Ez bar
          Dip/chin station
          Hammer dip machine
          Hammer ground base deadlift
          Hammer preacher
          Life fitness incline machine looooooooooved this one
          Hammer overhead press
          Yates row
          Yates pulldown
          hammer wide pulldown
          Pullover machine
          Hammer mid row
          Crossover/pulldown/row Cable set up
          Lateral machine I like the cybex ones
          The incline pec deck for the push press (don't remember the brand)
          Standard pec deck
          Squat box elitefts brand
          Bells up to 2 bills
          Landmine
          preacher bench
          Ghr
          Short back seat
          Hammer One leg curl
          Cybex Seated leg curl
          Life fitness lying leg curl
          Couple tires
          Plyo boxes
          Standard oly bar
          Bumpers
          Kettle bells
          Ropes
          Slam balls
          Wall balls
          Prowler
          Chalk stand
          Puke bucket
          Mini fridge
          various band pics and supplement adds plastered in unorganized fashion on wall
          Loud ass speakers
          No windows
          Well placed mirrors
          And a pad lock over the door :-)
          You would have no room for furniture in your house lol. You would have to use your car to sleep in and to store all your clothes! You would probably have to eat out everyday too because I don't think you'd have room for a kitchen either lol! Showering and washing clothes wouldn't be a problem though, since I don't ever do those things anyway!

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          • #6
            ITS ALL FOR THE CAUSE MAN!!!!
            Lol
            I see you didn't take a s#!t before deadlifting....
            I too like to live dangerously

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            • #7
              In a perfect world
              I'd have it in an outdoor shop :-)
              I see you didn't take a s#!t before deadlifting....
              I too like to live dangerously

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              • #8
                Going off what Sammich said, yes that would be ONE of my dream gyms. But I love Ben Pakulskis MI40 gym in Tampa. The Prime Fitness plate loaded equipment puts anything Hammer Strength to shame. Every machine has the option of overloading different points of the range of motion to any degree you want because it's plate loaded and not like the old strive machines that change the tension on different points of the ROM on the cable stack.

                True Nutrition Discount: SRC745
                *2006 USAPL Washington State Powerlifting Championships- 1st, 14-16 age-148lb class -2nd Men's Open 148lb class
                •2x WABDL Worlds Runner Up - Teens 16-17 165lb
                *Former WABDL Teen 16-17 165lb World Record Bench Holder (Washington state record) of 396.6lbs

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                • #9
                  Im working on my collection now . And thanks to being in the right place at the right time . Im slowly making a nice bare bones home setup. In a perfect world id have a gym like the rock. Place is nuts

                  I work next to a scrap yard and have picked up some steals over the years. A local gym just updated there stepmills so i just scored 2 nautilus sm916 for 50 bucks . 2 power cords and 20 bucks in parts later both work great and are kicking my ass !
                  Last edited by Neweld; 12-07-2015, 02:21 PM.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Collabera View Post
                    Going off what Sammich said, yes that would be ONE of my dream gyms. But I love Ben Pakulskis MI40 gym in Tampa. The Prime Fitness plate loaded equipment puts anything Hammer Strength to shame. Every machine has the option of overloading different points of the range of motion to any degree you want because it's plate loaded and not like the old strive machines that change the tension on different points of the ROM on the cable stack.
                    Is Ben's gym an exact copy of someone else's that he claims to be his own

                    Originally posted by DC_catholic315 View Post
                    If money were no option ...
                    This is like 50k plus in equipment!!! Why don't you add a Ferrari parked out front to get you to and from your gym!!! LOL


                    I had about 7k worth of new equipment in my garage at one point. Custom power rack, GHR, platform, etc. I ended up selling it all during nursing school for most of the money back. I have gone so far as to price out brand new stuff from Elite and Rogue and minus actual plates/dumbbells I could probably make a badass gym for about 20k. But I would need a cheaply leased space and time to run a side business. I would even be willing to take a partial hit on the equipment if I made enough to break even running it. I just don't have the time though.
                    Journal http://www.intensemuscle.com/showthread.php?t=51093

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                    • #11
                      i like to think in a perfect world we wouldn't need a gym.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Adam2433 View Post
                        Is Ben's gym an exact copy of someone else's that he claims to be his own
                        :hysterica
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