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g0ld3nuncw

North Carolina, USA

Finally got around to making video of my Nautilus based home gym.

https://www.youtube.com/...NX13YjmF8&t=22s
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hit4me

Florida, USA

g0ld3nuncw wrote:
Finally got around to making video of my Nautilus based home gym.

https://www.youtube.com/...8&t=22s



nice
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Rikus

Awesome.

I'd love a Nautilus pullover, but I've gone for a minimal home gym with Ironmaster equipment.

https://samsfitness.com.au/...-ironmaster-gym

And Nautilus Pullovers don't come up for sale that often in South Australia!
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Tridentine

I have a Nautilus SP03 pullover with retrofitted bearings,very smooth for sale, in the USA
400.00
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entsminger

Virginia, USA

===Scott==
Wonderful collection of cool machines. Had I the space at one time I would have tried for such a gym set up.
This is no reflection on you by any means but one thing I find interesting is how many guys I know who have these wonderful Nautilus gyms ( my self included) who if you saw them on the street you'd probably never guess they work out. I guess it's like collecting stamps but in some cases it's Nautilus machines.
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Crotalus

What an incredible collection of equipment !!

Only thing is it makes selling the house and moving an even bigger nightmare than it usually is , LOL.

Has to be one of the best private gyms ever put together ... WOW !
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HeavyHitter32

Great, great setup.
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Spidercam

Well done you have created something very special.


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Grant D.

Illinois, USA

Crotalus wrote:
What an incredible collection of equipment !!

Only thing is it makes selling the house and moving an even bigger nightmare than it usually is , LOL.

Has to be one of the best private gyms ever put together ... WOW !


Agree .. most of the trainees don't look as if they workout. They should ... it is likely due to over-training, under-loading, or lack of direct focus (aka outroading). These gym rats gave Nautlus a bad name back in the 70's and 80's, and we the science as understood by most of humanity is is understood and regressing


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kurtvf

entsminger wrote:
===Scott==
Wonderful collection of cool machines. Had I the space at one time I would have tried for such a gym set up.
This is no reflection on you by any means but one thing I find interesting is how many guys I know who have these wonderful Nautilus gyms ( my self included) who if you saw them on the street you'd probably never guess they work out. I guess it's like collecting stamps but in some cases it's Nautilus machines.

Stamps don't rust and they are a hellavalot easier to move around. See my picture thread from a few months back. Mike Macdonald was the greatest bench presser that ever lived with world records in 4 different weight classes and he didn't look muscular or strong at all. No one here would think he ever touched weights by just looking at him. He did over 500 lbs with arms less than 17". Not everyone who trains with weights wants to look like a bodybuilder. I
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entsminger

Virginia, USA

kurtvf wrote:
entsminger wrote:
===Scott==
Wonderful collection of cool machines. Had I the space at one time I would have tried for such a gym set up.
This is no reflection on you by any means but one thing I find interesting is how many guys I know who have these wonderful Nautilus gyms ( my self included) who if you saw them on the street you'd probably never guess they work out. I guess it's like collecting stamps but in some cases it's Nautilus machines.
Stamps don't rust and they are a hellavalot easier to move around. See my picture thread from a few months back. Mike Macdonald was the greatest bench presser that ever lived with world records in 4 different weight classes and he didn't look muscular or strong at all. No one here would think he ever touched weights by just looking at him. He did over 500 lbs with arms less than 17". Not everyone who trains with weights wants to look like a bodybuilder. I


---Scott---
You would think that someone who spends a fortune collecting and setting up a grand collection Nautilus would look pretty muscular but often times they aren't strong and don't look it either but then again I have lots of cool guns but hardly ever shoot them.
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g0ld3nuncw

North Carolina, USA

Why is it any different than someone with a gym membership who has access to unlimited free weight / machine equpment? Shouldn't they also look like Mr America? Lots of factors besides equipment go into how someone's body looks. Fortunately there are plenty of judges out there.
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HeavyHitter32

entsminger wrote:
kurtvf wrote:
entsminger wrote:
===Scott==
Wonderful collection of cool machines. Had I the space at one time I would have tried for such a gym set up.
This is no reflection on you by any means but one thing I find interesting is how many guys I know who have these wonderful Nautilus gyms ( my self included) who if you saw them on the street you'd probably never guess they work out. I guess it's like collecting stamps but in some cases it's Nautilus machines.
Stamps don't rust and they are a hellavalot easier to move around. See my picture thread from a few months back. Mike Macdonald was the greatest bench presser that ever lived with world records in 4 different weight classes and he didn't look muscular or strong at all. No one here would think he ever touched weights by just looking at him. He did over 500 lbs with arms less than 17". Not everyone who trains with weights wants to look like a bodybuilder. I


---Scott---
You would think that someone who spends a fortune collecting and setting up a grand collection Nautilus would look pretty muscular but often times they aren't strong and don't look it either but then again I have lots of cool guns but hardly ever shoot them.


Yep, kind of like that with a lot of comic book collectors who don't read them. :)
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entsminger

Virginia, USA

HeavyHitter32 wrote:
entsminger wrote:
kurtvf wrote:
entsminger wrote:
===Scott==
Wonderful collection of cool machines. Had I the space at one time I would have tried for such a gym set up.
This is no reflection on you by any means but one thing I find interesting is how many guys I know who have these wonderful Nautilus gyms ( my self included) who if you saw them on the street you'd probably never guess they work out. I guess it's like collecting stamps but in some cases it's Nautilus machines.
Stamps don't rust and they are a hellavalot easier to move around. See my picture thread from a few months back. Mike Macdonald was the greatest bench presser that ever lived with world records in 4 different weight classes and he didn't look muscular or strong at all. No one here would think he ever touched weights by just looking at him. He did over 500 lbs with arms less than 17". Not everyone who trains with weights wants to look like a bodybuilder. I


---Scott---
You would think that someone who spends a fortune collecting and setting up a grand collection Nautilus would look pretty muscular but often times they aren't strong and don't look it either but then again I have lots of cool guns but hardly ever shoot them.


Yep, kind of like that with a lot of comic book collectors who don't read them. :)


===Scott==
I've collected those as well, in fact I think my early exposure to comics instilled a desire to get big like Thor! For some reason it just didn't seem to happen? Possibly I outroaded to much, ha ha.
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sirloin

g0ld3nuncw wrote:
Finally got around to making video of my Nautilus based home gym.

https://www.youtube.com/...8&t=22s


Great stuff, just out of curiosity, do use a chest/arms, back/shoulders and leg split? Or would you just move from one unit to the next as you please?
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hit4me

Florida, USA

entsminger wrote:
HeavyHitter32 wrote:
entsminger wrote:
kurtvf wrote:
entsminger wrote:
===Scott==
Wonderful collection of cool machines. Had I the space at one time I would have tried for such a gym set up.
This is no reflection on you by any means but one thing I find interesting is how many guys I know who have these wonderful Nautilus gyms ( my self included) who if you saw them on the street you'd probably never guess they work out. I guess it's like collecting stamps but in some cases it's Nautilus machines.
Stamps don't rust and they are a hellavalot easier to move around. See my picture thread from a few months back. Mike Macdonald was the greatest bench presser that ever lived with world records in 4 different weight classes and he didn't look muscular or strong at all. No one here would think he ever touched weights by just looking at him. He did over 500 lbs with arms less than 17". Not everyone who trains with weights wants to look like a bodybuilder. I


---Scott---
You would think that someone who spends a fortune collecting and setting up a grand collection Nautilus would look pretty muscular but often times they aren't strong and don't look it either but then again I have lots of cool guns but hardly ever shoot them.


Yep, kind of like that with a lot of comic book collectors who don't read them. :)

===Scott==
I've collected those as well, in fact I think my early exposure to comics instilled a desire to get big like Thor! For some reason it just didn't seem to happen? Possibly I outroaded to much, ha ha.


all you need is the hammer

I remember growing up, I had a short sledgehammer and always pretended to be thor when we had thunderstorms...it was great being a kid
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g0ld3nuncw

North Carolina, USA

Yes, its divided by how I do my workouts.

- Back, Shoulders, Neck
- Chest, Arms, Core
- Legs, Calves

All in different buildings except calf equipment is with Chest/Arms.

About half the time I do HIT type workouts, like Chest :

Flat dumbell press
Incline Smith Machine
Naut 10 degree

Done without rest, I'll cycle through 2 or 3 times.
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Spidercam

Good idea having the castors on the machines as you can pull one round use it and push it back into the wall.
Glad to see you have the infimetric bar on the Duo Squat this being the most evil exercise machine on the planet.
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HeavyHitter32

entsminger wrote:
HeavyHitter32 wrote:
entsminger wrote:
kurtvf wrote:
entsminger wrote:
===Scott==
Wonderful collection of cool machines. Had I the space at one time I would have tried for such a gym set up.
This is no reflection on you by any means but one thing I find interesting is how many guys I know who have these wonderful Nautilus gyms ( my self included) who if you saw them on the street you'd probably never guess they work out. I guess it's like collecting stamps but in some cases it's Nautilus machines.
Stamps don't rust and they are a hellavalot easier to move around. See my picture thread from a few months back. Mike Macdonald was the greatest bench presser that ever lived with world records in 4 different weight classes and he didn't look muscular or strong at all. No one here would think he ever touched weights by just looking at him. He did over 500 lbs with arms less than 17". Not everyone who trains with weights wants to look like a bodybuilder. I


---Scott---
You would think that someone who spends a fortune collecting and setting up a grand collection Nautilus would look pretty muscular but often times they aren't strong and don't look it either but then again I have lots of cool guns but hardly ever shoot them.


Yep, kind of like that with a lot of comic book collectors who don't read them. :)

===Scott==
I've collected those as well, in fact I think my early exposure to comics instilled a desire to get big like Thor! For some reason it just didn't seem to happen? Possibly I outroaded to much, ha ha.


Love that era of comics!
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entsminger

Virginia, USA

Spidercam wrote:
Good idea having the castors on the machines as you can pull one round use it and push it back into the wall.
Glad to see you have the infimetric bar on the Duo Squat this being the most evil exercise machine on the planet.


-----Scott----
Yes casters on the machines are a great idea. I don't know how many times I've struggled to move my machines around on roller pipes or hand trucks etc. Where did the casters come from? I imagine they have to be heavy duty?
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g0ld3nuncw

North Carolina, USA

Casters are a MUST on these machines. Many did not come with 'tabs' for casters and I had to have them welded on. First couple of machines I got I built wooden dollys for (The double chest is sitting on a well built dolly with 8 casters) before figuring out welding tabs on was the way to go.

The duo squat is tough but the compound leg to me is the hardest movement in my entire gym when done all out.
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g0ld3nuncw

North Carolina, USA

Bought most of them off of ebay. I kept a search for 'heavy duty stem casters' and was able to get some pretty decent deals.
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Average Al

entsminger wrote:
===Scott==
Wonderful collection of cool machines. Had I the space at one time I would have tried for such a gym set up.
This is no reflection on you by any means but one thing I find interesting is how many guys I know who have these wonderful Nautilus gyms ( my self included) who if you saw them on the street you'd probably never guess they work out. I guess it's like collecting stamps but in some cases it's Nautilus machines.


I guess it is a bit like having a vintage car collection: cool to look at, usually costs a good bit of money, takes up a lot of space, and you don't drive them very often.
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Bastion

g0ld3nuncw wrote:
Yes, its divided by how I do my workouts.

- Back, Shoulders, Neck
- Chest, Arms, Core
- Legs, Calves




This is exactly my current split as well. I've used this split for over 20 yrs. It's definitely one of my favorites. The only difference between this split and push/pull/legs is switching biceps and delts around. I'm currently using this split on a 2 on 1 off 1 on 1 off rotation rather than my usual sun/wed /fri. Really great gym set up again btw.
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g0ld3nuncw

North Carolina, USA

Yes, it is a collection but I use every piece in there or I wouldn't keep it. I like to vary my workouts and and some machines I only use once a month but no machines are sitting there collecting dust. If they were just for collecting it would probably be wiser to leave all of them in original condition. Eventually I hope to have all Gen I and II refurbished and converted to cable.
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