Chest and arms...all day, everyday!Interesting arm day equipment. Road bike curls, mountain bike curls, box curls, heavy bag curls.
I dig it. Must really shock the pythons.
This is more or less what I'm trying to get my hands on. I built a pullup bar and have rings, and have a road bike. Just waiting on a squat rack/kb/barbell and weights; then I'll build a deadlift platform.
For around $100 from REI....you can put in A PJ worthy pulley system and utilize any dumbell or kettlebell in your inventory to make a serious cable workout:I'm also considering joining the home gym group later in the year. I'm trying to save up 3-4 grand to be able to spend. Thinking squat rack w/pullup and dip attachment, deadlift/oly platform, bumper plates, adjustable DB's and adjustable bench, power bar and oly bar. Maybe toss in a kettlebell or two. I'll miss cables though.
Sorry Buddy...bad dad joke.I honestly hadn't thought of that. Thank you for letting me know!
Sorry Buddy...bad dad joke.
I meant this cheap alternative will handle years of work and physics supports body parts giving up before any one component does. Mines over 3 years old, I don't throw down on those big weights like the cool kids but I do hit some reps. The only friction point is heat on the rope from high reps [see what I did there, dad joke Saturday].
Mount it to your ceiling if you can or one loop around a pull up bar or tree branch outside and you're in business. That's the purpose of the nylon, to be flexible with your set up. Good luck!!
Here we have an actual picture of @CQB working outCorrectamundo, though it is an SS tradition to derail a worthwhile subject. As I was saying I don’t spend a lot on equipment, as there’s exercise stations at most beaches around here. If not, I use an overhang on a sea cliff or a tree branch for pull ups etc.
This looks like it would be an awesome set for exercising while traveling