So You Want to Build a Garage Gym?
I’ve had a number of people ask me about my garage gym, so I shot a video giving you a tour of my second home.
I walk you through all the equipment that I have, and below you’ll find links to where you can purchase everything.
If there’s anything that you want for your home gym that’s not listed below, you can’t really go wrong with Rogue. The quality of their equipment is pristine and their customer service is incredibly helpful.
Everything – absolutely everything – listed below will all fit just fine into a one-car garage gym if need be.
If you want to build your gym slowly, I’d recommend starting with either the dumbbells or the wall rig. Over time, you can slowly acquire extra equipment.
If you’re on the fence about setting up a garage gym, I say it’s worth the investment, particularly if a quality gym is not close to you. I can’t tell you how many hours I’ve saved by not having to commute to the gym everyday. Plus, I get to have my dogs with me when I train, and I can dance (horrifically so, might I add) in between sets without being judged!
Bumper Plate Storage Stacker
Rubber Bumper Plates
Thrive Barbell – 15kg (33lbs)
HG Collars (not mentioned in video)
Landmine (not mentioned in video)
Neutral Grips (for pullups)
Weight Belts (Rogue and Inzer)
Universal Storage System (for dumbbells and kettlebells)