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Old 04-30-2010, 09:56 AM   #11
Eli Ebreo
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Re: $650 home gym

Thanks Matt-
I think I'm gonna be over budget pretty soon. After getting all that stuff, it makes me more aware of the stuff I don't have. I have plans for a pull-up bar, that I'm gonna have fabricated by a local welder, and I'm gonna order a 15lb Rogue technique bar, and some 10lb bumpers so that my girlfriend can start training with me.

Lucy is a puggle, shes almost 1 and is pretty strong. The staff at daycare says that she pulls like a dog twice her size.

I went with the Cap Barbell OB-86B, I found it on Amazon with free shipping. It spins well and is comparable to the bars we have at the affliate.

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