The Home Gym Guide

Home gyms have never been more popular than today, and with the uncertainty of the current pandemic, it seems they will continue to be all the rage. The downside to this home gym boom is that it has become tough to source equipment at a reasonable price and delivery schedule.

To ease some of the pressure around setting up your at-home sweat station, we thought it would be a good idea to put together a few options to help guide your investment.

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Bodyweight +

Sling Shot Grippy Hip Circle

Monster Bands

Jump Rope

TRX Strap Trainer

Living Room

Sling Shot Grippy Hip Circle

Monster Bands

Jump Rope

TRX Strap Trainer

Powerblock 5-50lb Dumbbells

Thruster Bench

Light Garage

Sling Shot Grippy Hip Circle

Monster Bands

Jump Rope

TRX Strap Trainer

Powerblock 5-70lb Dumbbells

Thruster Bench

Adjustable Bench

35, 44, 53lb Kettlebells 

Heavy Garage

Sling Shot Grippy Hip Circle

Monster Bands

Jump Rope

TRX Strap Trainer

Powerblock 5-90lb Dumbbells

Thruster Bench

Adjustable Bench

35, 44, 53lb Kettlebells 

Trap Bar

Olympic Bar

4×25, 4x45lb Bumper Plates

35LB Change Plate Set

Bar Collars

As you can see, these packages build upon each other, so you can start with the Bodyweight + and add gear over time. 

A quick note on “cardio machines”…

I like rowers and air bikes because they utilize the entire body, have easily quantified metrics, and mix up the motor patterns away from walking and running. 

For air bikes, I don’t think you can beat the Rogue Echo Bike 

For rowers, Concept 2 is still the best machine available. 

If running is your main jam, though, and you are looking for a way to do it inside, then I’d give the TrueForm Trainer a look.

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Adam Lambert

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