You know I like T-bar rows. I told you so before, when I sang the praises of the land mine I bought. I've been using a narrow-grip pulley attachment with it, but with my latest purchase, I'm one step closer to a garage gym T-bar row. This is the first piece of equipment I've had … Continue reading Equipment Review: A Step Closer to a Garage Gym T-Bar Row
One of my favorite pulling movements is the chest-supported T-bar row. When I was still a gym patron, my upper-body pull days would almost always feature this lift, along with pull-ups or chin-ups, cable rows, pulldowns, and dumbbell rows. In garage gym life, the T-bar setup is more challenging: Not only is it a prohibitively … Continue reading Equipment Review: Save Space With This Land Mine
Guest blogger John Greaves III of Garage Gym Life explains the concept of "casual savagery."
I got some new stuff for the garage. This week, I've been putting it to good use, and last night I was able to incorporate it into a solid back workout.
What gift should you give to the garage gym athlete in your life?
If there's one thing I think most home workouts miss, it's a good back routine, especially if you don't have any kind of weight equipment.