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Old 03-29-2013, 08:25 PM   #1
Joey Allen
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Garage gym #2,254,369

Well, here's the place I call home. All's I need is a rower (might be a while) and a few kettlebells and I'll be one happy fella. And yes, I do like Rogue equipment.. and no, I did not buy all this at once.. lol.

Quick rundown on equipment:
Rogue R3 power rack
Rogue matador
Rogue X-43M
Rogue Flat bench
Rogue Bar (silver/black)
Rogue 10KG bar
Ivanko OBS-20KG stainless olympic bar
Rogue competition color bumpers (45s, 25s)
Rogue HG bumpers (10s)
Pendlay rubber change plates (10s,7.5s, 5s, 2.5s, 1s)
Rogue dip belt
Rogue wooden rings with competition straps
Studbar pullup bar
Rogue Plyo Games Box 20/24/30
Dynamax Med Balls (8, 6)
Rogue AB-2 Abmat
Rogue Wrist Wraps
Ironmaster quick-lock adjustable dumbbells (5-75lbs.)
Homemade chalk board
Homemade wall-ball target
70lb Heavy Bag
7 tractor supply horse stall mats 4'x6' 3/4" thick

About Me:
I'm still pretty new to Crossfit. I've been running 5/3/1 for about 5 months and I have a few more goals I want to reach before moving on (and my wife just started working out with me ). We're doing 1-2 crossfit routines per week right now, and we're looking forward to trying a full Crossfit program in the near future.

And thanks to all you guys and gals here for the inspiration & advice. Great community here.
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Old 03-29-2013, 08:46 PM   #2
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Re: Garage gym #2,254,369

That is an awesome gym. Would love to have the R3. Other than the KB's and rower, you have a commercial set up!
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Old 03-30-2013, 12:40 AM   #3
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Re: Garage gym #2,254,369

The R3 is nice!! I really want one in my garage, but I'm going to have to settle for an S2. I rent, so I'm worried about drilling into the cement. Some landlords are anal about stuff like that, lol

I agree w/ a rower, that's next for me after the S2 & maybe a GHD
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Old 03-30-2013, 02:33 AM   #4
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Wow, I have never been this jealous of a garage gym. That is awesome!
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Old 03-30-2013, 06:36 AM   #5
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Re: Garage gym #2,254,369

I love this setup!
im jealous of the height, the rack and the flooring
looks like youve got a lot of room to play around in despite all the cool toys
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Old 03-30-2013, 06:36 AM   #6
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I love this setup!
im jealous of the height, the rack and the flooring
looks like youve got a lot of room to play around in despite all the cool toys
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Old 03-30-2013, 07:04 AM   #7
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Re: Garage gym #2,254,369

Thanks guys!! Favorite purchases were the R3, of course, and the stall mats. Honestly though, I really like every piece of equipment that's in there now. I've pretty much sold everything that was cheaper quality or if it didn't get used.

It's a 17' x 9' room, so I did a lot of drawing to plan out where everything could go so I could still have two people working with a bar at the same time. And yes, the height in that room is Awesome.. I think it's close to 11 feet tall. I fear I don't have room for a rower, but I may end up selling my punching bag & mount, which I rarely use anymore, and have it upright against that corner when not in use. We'll see.. I'm 4-6 months away from that purchase anyway. That's last on my list since I can always sub running or sumo deadlift highpulls, plus rowers are so dang expensive!
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Old 03-30-2013, 05:37 PM   #8
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You have my dream setup!! haha.
Yeah once you have the kettles and rower your set!! Congrats on your gym!

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Old 03-31-2013, 09:11 AM   #9
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Nice gym, im trying to build something similar in my garage. You seem to be a little light on plates though. Keep us updated
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Nice gym, im trying to build something similar in my garage. You seem to be a little light on plates though. Keep us updated
Thanks. Yeah, i'm saving for some color comp 35s, and some Rogue HG 15s. I'm not a huge guy though (bodyweight 137lbs).. only deadlifting 220 at the moment so I'm just starting to really need more weight. I'll buy it as I need it.
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