What's in your home gym?

Very Nice gym!!

How do you like the Body Solid adjustable cable towers? I have the same lat/pulldown you do and it’s OK. Good enough for lats and rows but not very smooth. Have been looking to add an adjustable pulley tower or functional trainer. That station will be selectorized.

Am homing in on the TuffStuff CDP-300 (because can’t justify $6,000 for the fully adjustable functional trainer). But still in research mode.

Is that a little GHD in front of your half-rack?

Hey! Find a nice DIY squat bench rack that you can make by yourself with steel tubes and connectors.
You can also build push-up bars / pull-up bars
Hit me up if you need some help! :slight_smile:
tinktube-diy-squat-bench-rack

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Thankfully I invested in most of this before Covid hit. Power cage with hi/lo cable, landmine attachment, and DIY dip handles, DIY deadlift platform, barbell, safety squat bar, hex trap bar, ez-curl, dumbells, DIY weight tree, 395lbs of Olympic plates, DIY plyo box, Bosu ball, 18lb med ball, 15lb slam ball, full-length 3x8 mirror, Schwinn spin bike, Smooth Eliptical (currently unused).

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Let’s see…

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Bastard bar
Power cage
Flat bench
4x20kg Tri grip
2x10kg bumper
2x5kg bumper
2x2.5kg
2x1.25kg

There is a 2kg kettlebell I rescued from the bin but I’ve never used.

Treadmill
Smart trainer
Dumb trainer
Floor fan
Stand fan

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Your pull-up bar is high speed! I use two stud brackets and a 3/4" or 1” diameter metal pipe.

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Great home gyms! Glad to see the home gym community is growing.
I started to build my home gym in 2017. This was the best decision made. Now we are staying at home more often, so bought some new equipment like weight plates and recently purchased a new squat rack and multipurpose gym station.

Love this rack! I need this!

Just kettlebells. 16, 2 x 24, 32, and 40 kilo bells. KISS.