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
I am two weeks into my new training program, and what's really special about this one is that I've got my younger brother working with me, too. I'm usually pretty good about making time to lift, but between the two of us, we knew we'd face some difficulties in staying consistent. However, we're two weeks … Continue reading Full Body Workout – Deadlift Focus
Guest blogger John Greaves III of Garage Gym Life explains the concept of "casual savagery."
My workouts have been amazing lately. (That's not to be confused with "I've been amazing at working out lately." They've been kicking my ass, actually. But that's what makes them good, right?)
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.
Christmas and two fantasy football championships meant some new goodies for my garage gym.
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.