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Best programme for size based around a home gym

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  • Best programme for size based around a home gym

    Hi guys I now have a home set up and would be interested in hearing your opinions on the best programme to use with limited equipment, when increased size is the goal.

    My gym currently has:
    Power cage with high/low cable attachment and chin/pull up bar
    Dip attachment for power cage
    Olympic bar - 7ft
    Olympic bar - 5ft
    Ez curl bar
    210kg of Olympic plates
    Flat/incline/decline bench
    Olympic dumbell bars
    Lat pull down bar attachment
    Rope cable attachment
    Close grip cable attachment
    Ankle cable attachment - can do leg ext/ leg curls
    Gymnast rings
    Exercise bike

    Any opinions are welcomed, thanks guys.

  • #2
    I don't lift DC but have taken some elements of DC and would provide an opinion but your thread is in the DOGG POUND. I gather your thread isn't strictly for DC, if this is the case please state this again and I will say what I found has worked for me in my home gym.
    Because it is in the DOGG POUND I don't want to step on any toes as I am not DC qualified n any way.
    "Be gentle in what you do, firm in how you do it."
    Buck Brannaman.

    "It is the certainty of punishment that deters crime, not the severity of it."
    'Hanging' Judge PARKER

    "Nothing is so powerful as an insight into human nature... what compulsions drive a man, what instincts dominate his action... if you know these things about a man you can touch him at the core of his being."
    ~William Bernbach


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      • #4
        That programme where you pick a handful of basic lifts and try and progress over time is usually a good one.
        PM me to discuss website/video/dvd etc. related work.


        • #5
          Apologies for putting this in the wrong section.

          No I don't intend on training DC.


          • #6
            Lifteeights - very good link. Thanks!