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↓↓↓↓ CHECK OUT JOCKO'S GARAGE GYM ↓↓↓↓ ➡Garage Gym Reviews: http://www.garagegymreviews.com/jocko-willinks-garage-gym/ Jocko Willink, author of Extreme Ownership, is a guy I greatly respect. On his podcast, he regularly discusses the importance of a home gym as well as his training. Check out his podcast here: http://jockopodcast.com/ Audio belongs to the Jocko Podcast and videos belong to the owners tagged in the bottom left corner of the videos. ▬ VIDEOS USED CHANNELS ▬ CROSSFIT: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4OZQq2sdQOc STUD BAR: https://www.youtube.com/user/studbarpullup MIKE THELASTNATURAL: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC1H96_m7jnm-fQKhdi8SAqg LIAM CONNOLLY: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjOkYzM_62WNUfmH8GhpXGA DAVID AND KATE INGRAM: https://www.youtube.com/user/SymbioticFitness FLIPPEDSOCIETY: https://www.youtube.com/user/FlippedSociety LEO PANDO: https://www.youtube.com/user/rnleopando GRAHAM KINGMA: https://www.youtube.com/user/gman101010101010 SCOTT HERMAN FITNESS: https://www.youtube.com/user/ScottHermanFitness RAW RAWN!: https://www.youtube.com/user/RAWRawn BRUNO082985: https://www.youtube.com/user/bruno082985 AARON MASTERSON: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCzks1rVvynsUrmn3qpz6bxw JACK DECHANT: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC_Cv43_iOVjKNsFRsMf4DBA TESTOSTERONE NATION: https://www.youtube.com/user/TestosteroneNation NOAH OHLSEN: https://www.youtube.com/user/nohlsen21 MARCUS FILLY: https://www.youtube.com/user/marcusfilly DOMINIK SKY: https://www.youtube.com/user/trdic BRANDON CAMPBELL DIAMOND: https://www.youtube.com/user/CampbellFitnessTV BRIAN ALSRUHE: https://www.youtube.com/user/AlphaTnation JOHNSIFFERMAN: https://www.youtube.com/user/johnsifferman ONNIT: https://www.youtube.com/user/OnnitLabs STRONGFIRST: https://www.youtube.com/user/BeStrongFirst SHAPEFIT: https://www.youtube.com/user/bad959fl HI REPS TV: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC321MrGGC0FnxFcFZXNguRQ ROSS ENAMAIT: https://www.youtube.com/user/rossenamait ▬ CONNECT ▬ Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCV_zy48AlwwGpdJEka1ay7w?sub_confirmation=1 Fitness & Equipment Reviews: https://garagegymreviews.com Instagram: http://instagram.com/garagegymreviews Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/garagegymreviews ▬ MUSIC ▬ Ehrling: https://soundcloud.com/ehrling ▬ Copyright © 2018 Garage Gym Reviews
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gb9696 (1 day ago)
Need a quality dedicated lat machine. Any suggestions? Maybe with seated pull capability.
Wade Marks (1 day ago)
Jocko does pull ups, dips and won wars! Enough said
G S (6 days ago)
your home gym space is bigger than my house Any tips for a 2m x 3m home gym?
Papabatsy (12 days ago)
Didnt mention the bench press
sarahdelano (13 days ago)
“Metcon” what a homo, lol.
Paul Travis (14 days ago)
very good advice!
Batu Bulan (26 days ago)
No bench for pressing??
Rug Muncher (27 days ago)
Are you telling me he gets those massive arms just from dips and pull ups?? I'm sure he sneaks in a few bodybuilding dumbell sets when no ones looking lol.
Mike's Man Cave (30 days ago)
Great Video. Just setting mine up, actually getting rid of some equipment. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fEde5DAHGB0&t=79s
Slacker Engi 2 (1 month ago)
I'm supprised there's no punching bag
Dirtnap (1 month ago)
They aren't kipping pull-ups, it's just kipping
Jon Salvador (1 month ago)
very informative, thanks dude
Christopher Greene (1 month ago)
6" PVC tube cut into 8" sections - run slings through them, wrap the PVC with athletic tape and use as a type of wide grip/friction grip set of rings. A whole different can of worms.
Maxamillian Steele (1 month ago)
I STOPPED AT KIPPING PULLUPS FOH
thomas oliver (1 month ago)
That gymnast makes those cross fitters look pathetic when he is doing slow controlled movements all raw muscle strength.
John (1 month ago)
Arnold didn’t need this. A bit much
Derek F (1 month ago)
Why the hell are you kipping in your home gym? If you're doing strict pull-ups, which build far more muscle than kipping, a doorway pull-up bar that hooks around the door frame works just fine. Save the fake workouts for your cross-fit support group meetings.
reductio1000 (1 month ago)
2:18 not a single pull up was done… ZERO!!!
Josh Christian (2 months ago)
This dude is a collector not a lifter. Similar to an old guy with 20 super cars he won't drive over 50 mph.
connor mcenhill (2 months ago)
Shave that moustache, wtf you look like a sick paedophile
edthewave (2 months ago)
"Do not collect weapons beyond what is useful" - Miyamoto Musashi
ZeroPoint (2 months ago)
check out MITCHELLTOM32 gym
Eugene D (2 months ago)
Hey it's the TSP guy!
John Becker (2 months ago)
Get rid of Scott Herman Fitness. That dude is such a lame, whiney little joke. He's not even strong!
Call Sign VA3THM (2 months ago)
this is the exact opposite of scooby1961's approach to a home gym. a doorway pullup bar is 50$ ish and is perfect. this is such a snobbish take on a home gym, i am sure the speaker doesnt have a body like scooby1961. fitness can't be bought
Anax of Rhodes (2 months ago)
Go Cards. \o/
Ballwiz 23 (2 months ago)
My $20 doorway pull-up bar was seriously the best fitness purchase I've ever made. Also, a power rack should be the first thing in your gym (after a simple pull-up bar). Not a frickin dip bar lol Also, wtf was that? Kipping pullups? He looked like a fish flopping around on land. Drop the Crossfit bullshit and get some form. Ok, I'm done shit-talking for today.
Cody Smith (2 months ago)
Oh god that stache
unlockwall (3 months ago)
1 BARBELL 2 WEIGHT'S 3 POWER RACK 4 PROFIT....
ASackOfPotatoes (3 months ago)
Annnnnnnnnd you lost me at "Kipping". Gonna go shower now
Ben Birch (3 months ago)
Kipping though 😂
Tim Reh (3 months ago)
what a clown
Marcos J Calderon (3 months ago)
Tf? all you really need is a power rack and pulleys, it covers all of upper body and legs. You also need an olympic bar with weights and a couple of attachments for the pulleys. Thats it. So much unnecessary equipment in this video.
Trevor Hayes (3 months ago)
Why does Cross Fit exist...?
gleg rlichey (3 months ago)
Please, Please shave off your moustache!
AussieAnnihilation (3 months ago)
legit strong pullup bar? For jocko maybe, but the cheap flimsy ones work fine for someone 60-70 kilos like me
Stange Days (3 months ago)
Thanks for the valuable video.
James Ratcliffe (3 months ago)
100% gay mustache bro😂
DCassidy42 (3 months ago)
2:30 zero, zero, zero, zero, zero, zero, zero. If you want to make pull ups easier, use a band for assistance and maintain proper form and technique. Kipping is a crossfit loop hole to achieve more 'pull-ups' in a specific duration. It's like doing push-ups off your knees. Sure you can do more in less time, but the only person you are cheating is yourself.
MrChicken187 (3 months ago)
3:45 brian alsrue neversate!
Char Lotte (3 months ago)
YOU SHALL NOT DO KIPPING PULLUPS. If you think those are ok, try doing one pullup as slow as possible. Do you still feel so strong? I suspect no because you (persons doing kipping pullups) aren't.
J W (3 months ago)
Doing pull-ups under a ceiling with exposed insulation is not smart because fiber glass hooks in your lungs builds up and doesn't come out. So keep that in mind for basement workout rooms.
Demon (3 months ago)
Only access I have to a pull up bar is a tree branch
GarwoodNick (3 months ago)
"Colocated with your domicile" lol
CRAWL (3 months ago)
Dont listen to this clown he just said you should get a sturdy pullup bar so you can do kipping pullups and said buy kettlbells. these delusional crossfitters.
Mr. Musashito (3 months ago)
you forgot to shave your lip
BeastDr (4 months ago)
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oregonnich (4 months ago)
Kicking pull ups are for morons.
Lee Yandow (4 months ago)
Yo bro you need a legit bar so you can kip your gains away
Carson Booher (4 months ago)
this is basically just jocko's podcast over some b roll and video from other people lol
Daulton Horton (4 months ago)
First buy a set of dumbbells, and a utility bench with decline all the way through millitary press..... You can do a lot with just that! Then get a power cage and a barbell set with plates, make sure you get one that already has a pull-up bar so you don't have to buy a separate one, also, almost all power cages will offer a bar dip attachment..... I only paid $34 for my bar dip attachment and it's better than any stand alone bar dip/ pull-up station! Also make sure your power cage has the ability to add a pulldown, and low pulley attachment to add later when you can afford it (mine was $174 and works just as good as any at the gym, also, some power cages like mine (a Valor bd33) aslo have the option to add a cable crossover attachment..... Mine is AWSOME and it cost $424 to add it! That's pretty much a bad @## base, after that you can add more things and miscellaneous attachments like a rope attachment, v-bar attachment, ez curl bar, landmine attachment, a set of bands, a plyo box, an assisted pull-up band........... Then (if you want to....but it's not necessary because there are all kinds of things you can do for cardio) get a treadmill ...... It doesn't need to be expensive as long as it goes 10mph and has an automatic incline......... Some of the commercial treadmills are thousands of dollars but they are meant for 24hr a day use by many people! And some of the home treadmills like the Bowflex treadmill, are insanely overpriced! I paid $580 for a xterra2500 on sale at Academy Sports, the heart rate monitor sucked but I just bought a wahoo heart rate monitor with chest strap for $50 and it even records your workouts and calories burned! Don't listen to anyone who tells you that you have to pay at least a 1,000$ for a treadmill..... It's b.s. Mine is just as good as any at the gym, it's just as fast, it's just as padded, and it will last for years and years as long as it's not in a commercial gym invironment...................... If you just have to get a really expensive one just buy a used one from a personal owner.......... But really, once you start using it you will not be able to tell the difference between it and mine! I paid about $,3000 for everything and it was well worth it; I have owned several home gyms in my life and this is by far the best set up I have ever had and I am well pleased! $3,000 - treadmill= about $2,400 $2,400 - cable crossover attachment = $2,000 There..... You still have a badass setup for $2,000! I also paid $720 for a set of 10.90 powerblocks! There are other options such as you could get the expandable set of 10.50 for about $350 and expand it later or you could just get the kind with spin of handles and weight plates for a lot cheaper..... $2,000 - $350 = $1650!!! After that get something like the body beast program for about $34 on Amazon and you will be all set!
Thesavagesouls (4 months ago)
2:18 when you pull out two fish out of the water and you watch em die.
smilsmff (4 months ago)
INFOMERCIAL
NBK (4 months ago)
Sure all this is great as long as you've got the thousands of dollars to pay for it all. All I have like dip-bar, pull-up bar, K.B's, bars, dumbells and weight plates+ a weight vest probably cost me like 1000$ and it's all functioning Perfect still after anything from 4-8 years of straight hardcore use as I've bought New Things every now and then making it a Complete home gym.
NBK (4 months ago)
No, just no. Buy some Heavy kettlebells, much cheaper and WAY more versatile than just a squat rack and bar set-up. Sorry, but this Jocko guy is too damn set in his ways to even as much as recognize other set-ups being useful. I primarily use K.B's and B.W exercises and I'm just as buff and willing to bet, more shredded than this guy. Sorry, someone has to show some nuance and Logic as ANY type of work out Equipment is better than none. Period.
NBK (3 months ago)
Appreciate your response. I train mostly thai/kickboxing myself but the closest I've come to fight a MMA guy was this amateur in my small country. Not trying to brag or anything. When it comes to Jocko being stronger than me physically, maybe he is, maybe he isn't as I used to powerlift for years. Had to quit that as it got old and in the end it fucks with your joints as well. Glad you've found kettlebells too though as it's one of the most versatile workout equipment there is. Wishing you the best with your training and just expect to get more explosive, stronger, more muscular and build up your cardio too.
Matthew Lau (3 months ago)
I'm a kettle bell lover too, but I might disagree with you on Jocko. The dude is an ex navy seal who trains with pro MMA guys. He is probably stronger than you. That being said, you are probably way stronger than me. I just started on kettlebell, and it feels great! I will probably never get the squat rack and all the other stuff, since I think kettlebell and rings are all I will ever need for functional strength
NBK (4 months ago)
I don't get the 'problem' With those 'flimsy' pull-up bars? I've had one now for 5 years With 5 different grip variations and it Works just as well as when I used to og to the gym and Train on those sturdy bars.
Call Sign VA3THM (2 months ago)
+1 i have had no issues either
DCassidy42 (4 months ago)
2:15 zero, zero, zero, zero, zero, zero
gavin davies (4 months ago)
No bench?
knpstrr (4 months ago)
ALL of that was essential? Really?
Micheal Lapczynski (4 months ago)
Who's gym is in the background of the thumb nail?
Fake Plastic (4 months ago)
Bench. Powerblocks. Pull-up bar. Foam mat for ab work. The bench can slide under your bed the dumbbells in the closet with the pullup bar and the mat. Go outside and run for your cardio like a normal human being. The second you buy a squat rack it is no longer a home gym.
Arun Janardanan (5 months ago)
Thanks!!
James G (5 months ago)
what do you do with all that gym equipment when your to old ?
James G (5 months ago)
2:11 this guy is putting a chin up bar with insulation hanging from the ceiling and breath that stuff in
Moon Light (5 months ago)
So good an very eye opening information thank you so much for posting!
Sparking Gemini (5 months ago)
Amazing video. Thanks for the compilations! It's a lot of help. Now I just need a garage.
katlego baaitse (5 months ago)
kipping is disgusting.
Nicholas Rolison (5 months ago)
That was very helpful, thank you!
powskier (5 months ago)
Exposed fiberglass insulation? Gross! Breathing that shit will void any health benefits you gain from exercise. Better off putting it outside and freezing.
jay jayy (5 months ago)
So many comments seem to miss a point; the list is based on what Jocko Willink finds useful based on his own experience. If it doesn't fit your budget, goals, space availability, living circumstance then it's not for you. I personally am unskilled and untrained in gymnastic movements as demonstrated, however the dumbed down version or suspension trainer works great for me. I love the concept 2 rower, I don't have the space for it however, rather than bumper plates and oly bars, over the years I've purchased 7 ft and 5 ft standard bars and standard plates. Point to be made; Personalise it to your own situation.
WishTheKid (5 months ago)
Lost all respect for this video and channel your kipping crossfit pull ups are trash
Mr Snarks (5 months ago)
Turned it off at 2:18. Sorry.
fatdepressedveg knight (5 months ago)
Sometimes you can't have a hardcore pull-up bar attached to a wall because people don't know the strength of the wall or if it's their property Nothing wrong with door attachment pull-up bars If you got space and you're not buying a cage You could get a power Tower what got pull ups dips Roman chair press ups all-in-one
Gary Nico (3 months ago)
yess nothing wrong for us, but for a big guy like jocko, it's not a good idea
Ari Lehtiniemi (5 months ago)
Gymnastic adjustable rings and a 1- 30kg weight west go a long, loong way. Admittedly, ring excercises are heavy though. Calisthekics (street workout) ie. bodyweight excercise and all kinds of jumping stuff as in parkour (free running).
Mute Pepe (5 months ago)
My personal list: Squat rack/cage Olympic barbell Steel Plates Adjustable bench
Daulton Horton (5 months ago)
You forgot a set of dumbbells like 10-90 power blocks and you forgot a set of bands.....also you'll need a bench! I got all of it for under 2,000$ A valar bd33 power rack with high and low pulley....250 pound limit, with pulldown and rowing bar included, monkey bars, bar dips, band pegs and 1,000 pound capacity....very stable, 300 pound Olympic barbell set, assisted pull-up band, 10-90 power blocks dumbbells, a fitness gear agustable bench from decline to millitary and 600 pound capacity, a set of bands with clip on Handels, and an ez curl bar, dumbbells where 720$ after tax.....without stand....I just set them on an old coffee table, and power rack was 680$ after tax = 1400$ every thing else totaled about 600$ and I left off some bits and pieces like shoulder pads for the bar, and stuff.....got it all for 2,000$ and it is 10,000 times better than any home gym you could ever buy like a Bowflex or whatever! Sooooooooo many things you can do with a set up like that..........
When Jocko gives advice, take it!
AroundTheWorld In80Days (5 months ago)
tremendous!
Bryan Davis (5 months ago)
Or dont both with any of it and get some sneaker and go running instead. Or a yoga mat and do ashtanga yoga where you're lifting your own body weight constantly in the vinyasa. Less is more sometimes.
honestly I used to be a fitness equipment infomercial whore. Though I received excellent results and every machine I got lasted more than 15 years and constant use & misuse from my students. I had a dojo. Averaged 15-20 students at a time. Although I did my best to arrange the classes to no larger than 4-6 students. I know! Haha. My ex wife made sure I knew that if I'd teach the same 4 classes a day but enroll 15-25 in each class I'd have made a great deal more money. However I feel with any training class & especially Combat Arts VERY close supervision and institution leads to far better fighters,more dedicated students ect. Rather than them group them in lines and do "air" repetitions. Like a cardio class or similar other disciplines ( cardio classed can bring great gains no shade. different beast) I like to pair my students up in a line lol, one holding pads 3min then switch for 4 rounds then switch partners and move, I.E. kick knee hook,next, jab cross elbow. After each couple have both done 4, 3 min rounds each, they change partner & drill. I can walk around the 6 students and correct form or holding of the pad ect. Same with throws and grappling,though no pads. Added benefit everyone gets to work with every kind of body shape and weight also w/ people better than them. Anyway I had a personal training cert not degree and organically as the classes were stacked up the waiting class would work out on my infomercial collection. Bowflex, Totalgym, Gravity Edge, & of course the Soloflex! They all held up to constant abuse and use,were fun and really did build muscle (For bulk, bowflex,Soloflex) Anyway after multiple deployments overseas If I was 25 again and making my personal use home gym ? 1. A power tower 2.an adjustable quality bench 3.4 sets of bumbells 15-25-35-45lbs 4. Free standing century punching bag 2-3hundred lbs the banana Thai boxing one. 5. An assortment of quality resistance bands. Honestly just the bag and dumbbells would be enough
Roger Fournier (6 months ago)
ANY WHERE!!
bak 138 (6 months ago)
U got the right hat there my man
TheHeyDood (6 months ago)
All I need is a TRX (or cheap knock off) , a few sets of different weight kettle bells and a pull up bar ( also maybe both looped and regular resistance bands. really cheap). Can do almost any exercise you want. You will not get "huge", but you'll get strong as fuck, while not breaking the bank. You also get more mobility as barbells can limit motion in the plane perpendicular to the exercise.
Flying Spaghetti Monster (6 months ago)
That mustache
Boyan Kyosev (6 months ago)
Talking out of his a***! Who the hell has a 5 meter ( 15 ft) ceiling that also can support rings?? Or a house with so much spare room for all the stuff he said "you gotta have". Big rack like he said "it's probably the most esential" is a total space waste. 3x3 m of floor space for 4 exercises...
snorlaxcom (6 months ago)
2:16 and on this day not a single pull up was done
Bjoern Oswald (6 months ago)
These are no essentials. Essentials mean: What do you need if you are very very limited in space/money. Essentials: Bodyweight exercises --> If you have a wall where you can mount it (as you cannot do this with every wall!) pull up and dip bar (you can get this as one fits both solution) takes up very little space if you can just mount and demount the pullup bar from the wall and only have an attachement that is fixed. (my solution: https://www.pullup-dip.com/de/ as you can also just take it outside if you buy the double package) From here you can add maybe these gymnastic rings (or you just don't, but they are not too expensive and rather versatile together with the pullup bar). If you're not the gymnastic rings type just leave them for the moment. A jumping rope! Yes that is what you might wanna add before you think about a rowing machine or a stationary bike etc. You can always go for a jog, do burpees, high knees, jump around etc. without any equipment. Is a rowing machine nice? Yes. Is it essential? If you're still thinking "yes" then just stop reading here... (no of course it isn't!!!) Next are dumbbells (way before barbell!). Dumbbells are small and depending on what you wanna get cheapish. If your main problem is space and not money then I guess you can just go for powerblock, bowflex, ironmaster or whatever other system you prefer. If money is the matter then just get whatever small dumbbells you can. And if you get your dumbbells get a bench as well! One where you can do incline positions and stuff. What can we do with that? Everything we can with a barbell (to a certain degree). Even deadlifts, even though the main target muscles might be slightly different it will still train all of the same muscles. Most barbell and dumbbell exercises are interchangeable! You can press you can pull you can lift heavy and you have a bench you can use for more bodyweight exercises! (Jumping exercises, positioning your feet/legs on the bench, etc.) And now as nice to have we got the barbell! Yes an olympic grade barbell is awesome! And a rack for this barbell would be great as well! But again: Are these essential???!!! (please don't say yes! because of course they are NOT!) Nothing really is essential but your will to work out! But if you're starting to build a home gym it will depend on what your limitations are! Do you have a cellar/garage/big ass room where nobody will complain if you drop the weights and the floor won't break? Yeah go ahead and buy a barbell and a rack! Awesome! I'd do the same! I'd leave the dumbbells be and work out with a barbell preferably! Do you have very limited space but money to burn? Some adjustable dumbbells, a bench, pullup and dip bar and voila here you go. You can even leave the bench out if you really don't have the space. You have no money and no space? Guess you should go to your gym and maybe just buy a pullup/dip bar.
Nigel May (6 months ago)
any body wants to listen to one of the best audio books ever look up "Jocko Willink's " extream ownership. This book changed my life, I now hit the gym at 2am and more than ready for a days work shift start at 8am... thanks Jocko,
Nigel May (3 months ago)
+phillip z. Its really amazing isnt it, there are a few other good "seal" books like 1- "The Way of the SEAL: Think like an Elite Warrior to Lead and Succeed: Updated and Expanded Edition", 2- "Navy Seal: Self Discipline: Greatest Lessons of the Toughest Soldiers" - 3- "Stealing Fire: How Silicon Valley, the Navy SEALs, and Maverick Scientists Are Revolutionizing the Way We LIve and Work". At the end of Extream Ownership I felt like I had been on a journey, it had added to my life, that I was a better person, wiser, I felt humbled for having had the chance to listen to it and of course deep impression about these guys was left with me, Im very thankful for this book. brilliant book, highly recommend 11 out of 10. get the audio book ftw
phillip z. (3 months ago)
I'm in the middle of this book and it is helping me already, not just with motivation but at work.
Nigel May (3 months ago)
+murkartik The gym at 3:00am to 5:00am is one of the most beautiful places on earth,
murkartik (3 months ago)
Nigel May Good for you, man. I’d find that kind of schedule difficult over the long term, but fair play to you.
Nigel May (3 months ago)
+murkartik have done, change the world alarm for the word opportunity... what time do you want to set your opportunity to.
alberto alvarez (6 months ago)
Well, if you can only afford the "cheesy" shit, then..."Do what you can with what you have" so long as you're doing something and moving your body towards a healthy body.
Mars (6 months ago)
I love those people doing the worm.
matthew francis (6 months ago)
That guy at 3:20 is crazy strong!
Matthew Young (6 months ago)
or just save a ton of money and do calisthenics get the rings thats it
CRAWL (6 months ago)
1:34 hey can you explain why this is worthless and why I should buy a wall mount pull up bar please?
Call Sign VA3THM (2 months ago)
+Alec Goudreau i am a 180 lbs and have been doing my pullups using a doorway pullup bar, no issues that a small 10$ can of white paint cannot cover up. this is so elitist ,fitness can't be bought, just get out there and do it.
flatearthgoth (6 months ago)
jocko cucklink
Goat From Hell (7 months ago)
I think I’ll start with having a home first😂😂😂😂😂👍
Lightman116 (7 months ago)
Dude not every has the space for this
Alfredo Henriquez (7 months ago)
co-located with your domicile
Nick Alpha (7 months ago)
1 pullup bar 2 multi Bench - what it includes from other benches is negative incline so you can do your crunches there 3 barbell or two sets of dumbbells for "light" and "heavy" sets total cost around 250$ you can work with it chest, abs, shoulders, back ,triceps ,biceps , legs . Good luck.
Tk1947 (7 months ago)
You dont need that many damn bars. Lemme get some
Big King (7 months ago)
Thanks pal, very useful.

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