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StuKE

I have 300-400 pounds of weights, two bars plus a trap bar, plenty of dumbells, squat stands, a bench, a couple of rocks, a home made chinning frame, neck harness grippers and a simple pulley system for relatively light work.
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Nwlifter

StuKE wrote:
I have 300-400 pounds of weights, two bars plus a trap bar, plenty of dumbells, squat stands, a bench, a couple of rocks, a home made chinning frame, neck harness grippers and a simple pulley system for relatively light work.


At first I thought you meant 'a couple of racks', then I saw your avatar, you actually have rocks!
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entsminger

Virginia, USA

=== Scott===
I have a bunch of Nautilus machines, a pulley pull down/ row machine, a rack of varied weight dumbbells, chinning /dip stand . Concept 2 rower , stationary bike and assorted exercise odds and ends. I?ve got tons on plates and bars of which I never use and half the machines never get touched. Pretty much every exercise thing I ever wanted is in my barn shaped shed. I?d get rid of some of the machines only it?s to much of a pain to clear a way to move them out, ha ha.
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bodhealthiness

New York, USA

I'm currently using my new total gym fit after throwing out my old 1400 model. I also have a Bowflex Selecttech that I use for curls etc. Didn't want to purchase any more home gym solutions yet as I still love hitting the gym more.
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matsu

My "home" gym is the exercise room of a large condo complex. Equipment includes a chin/dip tower, a four-station Hoist cable machine and some fixed-weight dumbbells, from 1 to 45 pounds. Privately, I have a heavy bag and an Ivanko gripper. I prefer to train alone, and my key fob provides access in the very early morning.
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matsu

bodhealthiness wrote:
I'm currently using my new total gym fit after throwing out my old 1400 model. I also have a Bowflex Selecttech that I use for curls etc. Didn't want to purchase any more home gym solutions yet as I still love hitting the gym more.


Could you expand a bit on the Total Gym - how it compares in real life to the relentless TV promotions? Also, is there a way to add weight plates for more resistance? Thanks
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BorisV

Maryland, USA

I have several pieces of Nautilus 2ST line (pullover, low back, bench press, leg extension, seated leg curl, leg press, lateral raise), Next Gen abdominal, Next Gen bicep curl, plate-loaded Nautilus Leverage combination arm (bi/tri), 10 degree chest flye, V-shaped bars, sitting toe raise machine, Archon Fitness wall-mounted pulley system, cable crossover with in-built Smith machine, Larry Scott? preacher curl bench and forearm bench, sissy squat apparatus, Bowflex Motivator, hyperextension bench, chin up bar, several straight and EZ curl barbells and plates, dumbbells from 10 to 55lbs and, last but not the least, Frank Zane?s Leg Blaster with dip attachment and calf block. Home-made hack squat made from Pilates machine has been recently disassembled to spare some space for pullover machine.
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entsminger

Virginia, USA

matsu wrote:
bodhealthiness wrote:
I'm currently using my new total gym fit after throwing out my old 1400 model. I also have a Bowflex Selecttech that I use for curls etc. Didn't want to purchase any more home gym solutions yet as I still love hitting the gym more.

Could you expand a bit on the Total Gym - how it compares in real life to the relentless TV promotions? Also, is there a way to add weight plates for more resistance? Thanks


== Scott ==
I used to see total gyms thrown out in the trash all the time. They did have good usable handles so I?d get those before the trash truck got them.
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