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Basic fabrication: Foot plate for seated row

Time for a post on really simple fabrication.

I didn’t want to use my multi-gym for seated row for two reasons: Firstly I didn’t have room to sit on the ground in front of it, and secondly the… 483 more words

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Hyper-extensions in the rack

Want to do hyper-extensions but don’t have the space for a Roman chair? Fortunately you can save yourself some space and some money by using your power rack. 570 more words

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Basic fabrication: T-bar row

Welcome to the first post in a short series on fabrication. Setting up a great gym at home isn’t just about buying equipment – you can save yourself a bit of money and make better use of what you have with a little creativity, … 520 more words

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How to get a high bench

The high bench seems to be somewhat under appreciated. In the gym I used to go to there was only one, it wasn’t very good, and it hardly ever got used. 1,110 more words

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Train your back without training your back: Part 2

In the last post about ‘back training,’ I talked about the things I do that yield a shapely and muscley back and shoulders. Again, I don’t specifically aim to get a huge or cut back, its just what happens when I do a few things repeatedly and effectively. 585 more words

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