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joolspen3942joolspen3942 Deleted Posts: 71 Member Deleted Posts: 71 Member
has anyone gone back gym or training at home?
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  • SnifterPugSnifterPug Member Posts: 401 Member Member Posts: 401 Member
    I went back to the gym the minute they opened it. But a trainer came round my house when the gyms were closed, and I still do those sessions at home.
  • joolspen3942joolspen3942 Deleted Posts: 71 Member Deleted Posts: 71 Member
    Super.. well done you I trained people at home but like you I was straight back gym. I've gotta say though some of my clients still training at home.
  • cgvet37cgvet37 Member Posts: 1,102 Member Member Posts: 1,102 Member
    I didn't have the means to train at home. Now I'm building a home gym.
  • Dogmom1978Dogmom1978 Member Posts: 616 Member Member Posts: 616 Member
    Built a home gym over the past 2 years. It’s full of commercial equipment. So much better than driving to the gym and waiting for people to get off the equipment I wanted to use.
  • BahstenB10BahstenB10 Member Posts: 221 Member Member Posts: 221 Member
    I was a runner and weight lifter for years but this time around, I am switching to something I was never really good at which would be calisthenics. It is burpees, push ups, staircases, all that fun stuff for days! I have found, I don't really need a gym and am saving $50 a month. I have spent a few bucks on battle ropes and that kinda jazz but nothing too crazy.
  • joolspen3942joolspen3942 Deleted Posts: 71 Member Deleted Posts: 71 Member
    BahstenB10 wrote: »
    I was a runner and weight lifter for years but this time around, I am switching to something I was never really good at which would be calisthenics. It is burpees, push ups, staircases, all that fun stuff for days! I have found, I don't really need a gym and am saving $50 a month. I have spent a few bucks on battle ropes and that kinda jazz but nothing too crazy.

    Absolutely smashed it by sounds of it well in. Fantastic 👏 👏 👏 👏
  • BahstenB10BahstenB10 Member Posts: 221 Member Member Posts: 221 Member
    BahstenB10 wrote: »
    I was a runner and weight lifter for years but this time around, I am switching to something I was never really good at which would be calisthenics. It is burpees, push ups, staircases, all that fun stuff for days! I have found, I don't really need a gym and am saving $50 a month. I have spent a few bucks on battle ropes and that kinda jazz but nothing too crazy.

    Absolutely smashed it by sounds of it well in. Fantastic 👏 👏 👏 👏

    What doesn't challenge us, doesn't change us!
  • cppeacecppeace Member Posts: 719 Member Member Posts: 719 Member
    My Goal is to get in good enough shape to be able to walk the 1.1 miles to the local YMCA. Then 1.1 miles back after swimming. It's the pool I want nothing else lol. I recently got a great deal on a Total gym and couldn't recommend it more for most. It is so versatile and can give such a great work out :)
  • angmarie28angmarie28 Member Posts: 2,114 Member Member Posts: 2,114 Member
    I have slowly built a home gym. I bought a squat rack with built on smith machine and cable system, Best investment ever. and you can find treadmills all the time on facebook market and craigslist. I got my Nortictrack for $200, it had 3 miles put on it. The one I got befor that was old but worked until I could afford more, it was $25
  • DancingMoosieDancingMoosie Member Posts: 5,811 Member Member Posts: 5,811 Member
    March- August, I managed to train at home. Mostly with Sydney Cummings. Now I'm back to lifting 2x weekly at work in our weigh room.
  • NorthCascadesNorthCascades Member Posts: 9,880 Member Member Posts: 9,880 Member
    With covid, home gym all the way.
  • sgt1372sgt1372 Member Posts: 3,638 Member Member Posts: 3,638 Member
    I have everything I need at home.
  • petethegaymermfppetethegaymermfp Member, Premium Posts: 5 Member Member, Premium Posts: 5 Member
    I don't do gym because of my working hours days and nights so I cycle to work, walk a lot, throw around dumbbells at home. All works for me
  • joolspen3942joolspen3942 Deleted Posts: 71 Member Deleted Posts: 71 Member
    March- August, I managed to train at home. Mostly with Sydney Cummings. Now I'm back to lifting 2x weekly at work in our weigh room.

    Brilliant well done.
  • joolspen3942joolspen3942 Deleted Posts: 71 Member Deleted Posts: 71 Member
    I don't do gym because of my working hours days and nights so I cycle to work, walk a lot, throw around dumbbells at home. All works for me

    Superstar
  • joolspen3942joolspen3942 Deleted Posts: 71 Member Deleted Posts: 71 Member
    angmarie28 wrote: »
    I have slowly built a home gym. I bought a squat rack with built on smith machine and cable system, Best investment ever. and you can find treadmills all the time on facebook market and craigslist. I got my Nortictrack for $200, it had 3 miles put on it. The one I got befor that was old but worked until I could afford more, it was $25

    Absolutely amazing
  • joolspen3942joolspen3942 Deleted Posts: 71 Member Deleted Posts: 71 Member
    cppeace wrote: »
    My Goal is to get in good enough shape to be able to walk the 1.1 miles to the local YMCA. Then 1.1 miles back after swimming. It's the pool I want nothing else lol. I recently got a great deal on a Total gym and couldn't recommend it more for most. It is so versatile and can give such a great work out :)

    you go girl.superstar
  • joolspen3942joolspen3942 Deleted Posts: 71 Member Deleted Posts: 71 Member
    BahstenB10 wrote: »
    BahstenB10 wrote: »
    I was a runner and weight lifter for years but this time around, I am switching to something I was never really good at which would be calisthenics. It is burpees, push ups, staircases, all that fun stuff for days! I have found, I don't really need a gym and am saving $50 a month. I have spent a few bucks on battle ropes and that kinda jazz but nothing too crazy.

    Absolutely smashed it by sounds of it well in. Fantastic 👏 👏 👏 👏

    What doesn't challenge us, doesn't change us!

    100%
  • BrianSharpeBrianSharpe Member Posts: 9,037 Member Member Posts: 9,037 Member
    I train at home and quit my gym several years ago but I'm fortunate to have the space for my bench & power rack etc. My motivation for training at home was just that I was sick of waiting for equipment and people that never wiped things down or re-racked their weights etc, the whole pandemic has just reinforced my decision.
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