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Home workout for £250

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bruv that bench will be sh*t. lol at 80lbs, thing will collapse under REAL weight.ur betta off just saving up and getting a decent set of weights and getting a heavy duty no frills bench like this:olympic%20bench.jpgwhich wud probably cost u a bit over £500 altogether (if u managed to find the weight cheap), but it wud be with u forever instead of in a skip within a year.cant go wrong with a good pullup bar tho.

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If you dont have the commitment to consistantly go gym, then you won't use your home exercise equipment for very long

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i made my own home exercising sh*t using things from around my house big metal candles holder for dumbbell etc did buy a pullup bar and i c/s it being a great purchase

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If you dont have the commitment to consistantly go gym, then you won't use your home exercise equipment for very long
False, gym costs money and people that goto the gym stink and are retards who dont wash their machine after use.Home gym >>>Just go from gym to kitchen to shower no probs
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If you dont have the commitment to consistantly go gym, then you won't use your home exercise equipment for very long
wtf u talking about? I have the commitment just not the time really. doing it at home would save me 6/7 hours a week. Yh Show I hear u still but the deals 2 nice. Might cop it n buy another benh at a later stage.
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but 80lbs is 36kg brothing is cheap for a reason.pretty much only useful for curling.

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but 80lbs is 36kg brothing is cheap for a reason.pretty much only useful for curling.
u know what G read it wrong n thought it was 80kg. gonna have 2 look elsewhere.
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if i were u i wud forget these multi gyms. most benches in the gym have a maximum weight allowance of 700-1000kg, so when it says the equipment has a max weight allowance of 100kg it doesnt mean u can happily bench 100kg on itsave up a few bills and get a solid adjustable bench and a good pair of dumbbell handles and a load of plates so u can build up to a decent weight in each hand, u will then be able to do most upper body workouts.save up a few bags and buy a solid power rack and an olympic barbell and a load of plates, then u will have everything u need.

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