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  • Posted On: 11-21-13, 11:25 am (EST) #1

    How u like to train at home?

    November 21, 2013, 11:25 am

    I love to train in supersets when dont have time to go in gym... :S :)

  • Posted On: 11-21-13, 12:02 pm (EST) #2

    How u like to train at home?

    November 21, 2013, 12:02 pm

    My opinions are pretty much covered in the other threads :) I mostly enjoy advanced bodyweight exercises aswell as some light weight high rep exercises.

  • Posted On: 11-21-13, 2:52 pm (EST) #3

    How u like to train at home?

    November 21, 2013, 2:52 pm

    I going to add on my profile some video's how i train home....i hope that people will like it...

  • Posted On: 11-23-13, 12:58 am (EST) #4

    How u like to train at home?

    November 23, 2013, 12:58 am

    For me it depends on my goal. At the time being I'm trying to focus on my squat, bench, and deadlift for the purpose of powerlifting/strength athletics but I also have to train for boot camp. So I tend to do a lot of my conditioning, prehab and rehab at home, as well as train back, abs, and grip strength because all those things will benefit me for both my goals.

  • Posted On: 11-23-13, 1:10 am (EST) #5

    How u like to train at home?

    November 23, 2013, 1:10 am
    Posted by: Gagysha

    I love to train in supersets when dont have time to go in gym... :S :)

    Thats great man!

  • Posted On: 11-23-13, 9:17 am (EST) #6

    How u like to train at home?

    November 23, 2013, 9:17 am
    Posted by: Gagysha

    I love to train in supersets when dont have time to go in gym... :S :)

    I do all my training at home. I've never been to a gym. I have a power cage & do heavy compound lifts. Bodyweight exercises like pull ups too. I guess I train like I would at a gym but its my own home.

  • Posted On: 11-23-13, 10:06 am (EST) #7

    How u like to train at home?

    November 23, 2013, 10:06 am

    I do all my training at home. I've never been to a gym. I have a power cage & do heavy compound lifts. Bodyweight exercises like pull ups too. I guess I train like I would at a gym but its my own home.

    Its very nice,just go hard at home,no better way of that,but gym dont mean only training,u can meet some people there and exchange experiences and be someone partner,u will have good time there... :)

  • Posted On: 11-23-13, 10:10 am (EST) #8

    How u like to train at home?

    November 23, 2013, 10:10 am
    Posted by: William_Steinset

    My opinions are pretty much covered in the other threads :) I mostly enjoy advanced bodyweight exercises aswell as some light weight high rep exercises.

    Working only bodyweights excersize will give u definition,but if u going to some excersize with weights,please that be squat,dead lift and some clean and jerk....also u can put flying and bench press with dumbbell's....and go hard bro!! :)

  • Posted On: 11-23-13, 10:11 am (EST) #9

    How u like to train at home?

    November 23, 2013, 10:11 am
    Posted by: jonnyboy21

    Thats great man!

    Thanks man!!

  • Posted On: 11-23-13, 10:17 am (EST) #10

    How u like to train at home?

    November 23, 2013, 10:17 am
    Posted by: csariraksa

    For me it depends on my goal. At the time being I'm trying to focus on my squat, bench, and deadlift for the purpose of powerlifting/strength athletics but I also have to train for boot camp. So I tend to do a lot of my conditioning, prehab and rehab at home, as well as train back, abs, and grip strength because all those things will benefit me for both my goals.

    Yeah,great combination...i will make some great training from these excersize...like to go in gym 3 times in week and workout squats,deadlifts and bench press,dont forget military press.....u will gave strength from this workout's....and do some hard bodyweigths excersize after gym at home....like claping push ups,dips and pull ups,australian pull ups for biceps....u must focus training on your goal and results will income!!!

     

    Just continue that!! :)

  • Posted On: 11-24-13, 6:35 pm (EST) #11

    How u like to train at home?

    November 24, 2013, 6:35 pm
    Posted by: Gagysha

    Its very nice,just go hard at home,no better way of that,but gym dont mean only training,u can meet some people there and exchange experiences and be someone partner,u will have good time there... :)

    I would love to check out gyms in my area but I have a daughter that I need to watch over. So training at home is my best option. I do train with my husband, other daughter, son in law and I have a girlfriend that comes over and trains with me occasionally. My friend asked me to come to her gym on a Saturday sometime when my husband would be home so I could go. So I'm looking forward to that.  This is part of my home gym it's about 300sq feet in total but this is my favorite part. I do go hard! HTH

     

     

  • Posted On: 11-24-13, 10:40 pm (EST) #12

    How u like to train at home?

    November 24, 2013, 10:40 pm

    I would love to check out gyms in my area but I have a daughter that I need to watch over. So training at home is my best option. I do train with my husband, other daughter, son in law and I have a girlfriend that comes over and trains with me occasionally. My friend asked me to come to her gym on a Saturday sometime when my husband would be home so I could go. So I'm looking forward to that.  This is part of my home gym it's about 300sq feet in total but this is my favorite part. I do go hard! HTH

     

     

    Very sweet setup! I only have a basic Weider bench and some dumbbells. Although simple, they get the job done! I train just like I would at a gym (and I read you never been to a gym...if you're near one- even if it's a 24-hour gym, it might be worth at least trying...my best workouts always came from a gym, not home), and the best part of home is like you said, everything I need is in my home. If I forgot my headphones, I got my IHome I can hook it up to and blast WHATEVER I want! Gyms do have a particular atmosphere though. So every time I went to one, I felt pumped and ready to hit the weights...whereas some days/nights I get home from work I'm like a stubborn kid with the "I don't wannnaaaa" attitude and it leads to sub-par workouts that leave me frustrated.

  • Posted On: 11-25-13, 9:47 am (EST) #13

    How u like to train at home?

    November 25, 2013, 9:47 am

    I would love to check out gyms in my area but I have a daughter that I need to watch over. So training at home is my best option. I do train with my husband, other daughter, son in law and I have a girlfriend that comes over and trains with me occasionally. My friend asked me to come to her gym on a Saturday sometime when my husband would be home so I could go. So I'm looking forward to that.  This is part of my home gym it's about 300sq feet in total but this is my favorite part. I do go hard! HTH

     

     

    Woow,amazing stuff u have home...can i come to train toghether and be gym buddy's...?! eheh :)
    Go hard in home!! :)

  • Posted On: 12-11-13, 1:59 am (EST) #14

    How u like to train at home?

    December 11, 2013, 1:59 am

    I really like to train at home because..... Well it's home there can never be a place better. Actually working out alone at home is like my meditation, kinda weird but true for me, It's somehow calming. But still I need to go to the gym for all tha bad ass heavy equipments they have..... 

  • Posted On: 12-11-13, 3:21 am (EST) #15

    How u like to train at home?

    December 11, 2013, 3:21 am
    Posted by: Kevit07

    Very sweet setup! I only have a basic Weider bench and some dumbbells. Although simple, they get the job done! I train just like I would at a gym (and I read you never been to a gym...if you're near one- even if it's a 24-hour gym, it might be worth at least trying...my best workouts always came from a gym, not home), and the best part of home is like you said, everything I need is in my home. If I forgot my headphones, I got my IHome I can hook it up to and blast WHATEVER I want! Gyms do have a particular atmosphere though. So every time I went to one, I felt pumped and ready to hit the weights...whereas some days/nights I get home from work I'm like a stubborn kid with the "I don't wannnaaaa" attitude and it leads to sub-par workouts that leave me frustrated.

    Thanks  I don't think I've ever had a problem with being motivated. Call me weird but I can't wait to lift weights. Okay..I'm less excited about cardio lol but I love lifting weights. 

  • Posted On: 12-11-13, 3:24 am (EST) #16

    How u like to train at home?

    December 11, 2013, 3:24 am
    Posted by: Gagysha

    Woow,amazing stuff u have home...can i come to train toghether and be gym buddy's...?! eheh :)
    Go hard in home!! :)

    Lol. Thanks new gym buddy hehe. 

  • Posted On: 12-11-13, 6:31 am (EST) #17

    How u like to train at home?

    December 11, 2013, 6:31 am

    Lol. Thanks new gym buddy hehe. 

  • Posted On: 12-11-13, 9:13 am (EST) #18

    How u like to train at home?

    December 11, 2013, 9:13 am

    Given a choice between a gym and training at home, home wins every single time (for the simple reason you can be more expressive at home than at a gym). Sadly, my present home is too small (and it is small because our family had to downsize due to economic constraints)

  • Posted On: 12-12-13, 12:42 pm (EST) #19

    How u like to train at home?

    December 12, 2013, 12:42 pm

    Back- Deadlift:2 warm up sets 8-10(dont count towards set or rep total),7 sets of 4

             pullups: 4 sets of 10-12(2 sets weighted)

             Bent rows:3 sets of 10

         -Abdominals/obliques: 2 excercises 3-4 sets each reps depending on excercise

     

    Arms-Straight bar curls:3 sets of 10

             Alternating dumbell curls:3 sets of 10

             preacher curls:3sets of 10

             close grip bench press:3 sets of 10

             dips(weighted and unweighted):4 sets 10-15

             1 hand rows:3 sets 10-12

             tricep extensions:3 sets 10

             ghetto pulldowns using a strap and my pull up bar

           pushups mixed to failure

          -Abdominals/obliques: 2 excercises 3-4 sets each reps depending on excercise

     

    Chest-Bench Press:2 warm up sets 6-10,7 sets of 4

             incline press: 4 sets of 10

             Dips(weighted): 3 sets 10-12

             incline flyes:3 sets of 12

        -Abdominals/obliques: 2 excercises 3-4 sets each reps depending on excercise

     

    Shoulders-Standing front press:2 warm up sets 6-10, 7 sets of 4

                    upright rows: 4 sets of 10

                   dumbell laterals:3 sets of 12

                   rear delts: 4 sets of 12 

                   shrugs:4 sets of 10 

      -Abdominals/obliques: 2 excercises 3-4 sets each reps depending on excercise

     

    Legs day 1-Squats:2 warmup sets 6-10, 7 sets of 4

            Bulgarian split squats: 3 sets 10-12 each side

            weighted lunges:4 sets 20

            weighted calf raises:4 sets of 12

    Legs day 2-Squats:2 warmup sets 6-10, 7 sets of 4

                     Sissy squats

                     Stiff leg deadlifts

                     weighted calf raises 4 sets of 10(heavier than day before)

                     Lunges weighted(heavier than previous day)

                -Abdominals/obliques: 2 excercises 3-4 sets each reps depending on excercise

     

    All done with basic free weights 5-6 foot bar w/e it is and 240lbs concrete fill weights(to add more i strap dumbells to bar etc not the safest but gotta make progress =) ),couple 25lb dumbells,5lb leg weights,belt(literally old ass belt for dips lol), have a bench but no bolts for it they were lost so i do bench press laying on the floor but use the bench leaned up on couch or chair for incline, pull up bar, dip attachment to go on pull up bar(doubles as squat rack lol). This is what i do at home.

  • Posted On: 12-12-13, 3:32 pm (EST) #20

    How u like to train at home?

    December 12, 2013, 3:32 pm
    Posted by: KrisHamma

    Back- Deadlift:2 warm up sets 8-10(dont count towards set or rep total),7 sets of 4

             pullups: 4 sets of 10-12(2 sets weighted)

             Bent rows:3 sets of 10

         -Abdominals/obliques: 2 excercises 3-4 sets each reps depending on excercise

     

    Arms-Straight bar curls:3 sets of 10

             Alternating dumbell curls:3 sets of 10

             preacher curls:3sets of 10

             close grip bench press:3 sets of 10

             dips(weighted and unweighted):4 sets 10-15

             1 hand rows:3 sets 10-12

             tricep extensions:3 sets 10

             ghetto pulldowns using a strap and my pull up bar

           pushups mixed to failure

          -Abdominals/obliques: 2 excercises 3-4 sets each reps depending on excercise

     

    Chest-Bench Press:2 warm up sets 6-10,7 sets of 4

             incline press: 4 sets of 10

             Dips(weighted): 3 sets 10-12

             incline flyes:3 sets of 12

        -Abdominals/obliques: 2 excercises 3-4 sets each reps depending on excercise

     

    Shoulders-Standing front press:2 warm up sets 6-10, 7 sets of 4

                    upright rows: 4 sets of 10

                   dumbell laterals:3 sets of 12

                   rear delts: 4 sets of 12 

                   shrugs:4 sets of 10 

      -Abdominals/obliques: 2 excercises 3-4 sets each reps depending on excercise

     

    Legs day 1-Squats:2 warmup sets 6-10, 7 sets of 4

            Bulgarian split squats: 3 sets 10-12 each side

            weighted lunges:4 sets 20

            weighted calf raises:4 sets of 12

    Legs day 2-Squats:2 warmup sets 6-10, 7 sets of 4

                     Sissy squats

                     Stiff leg deadlifts

                     weighted calf raises 4 sets of 10(heavier than day before)

                     Lunges weighted(heavier than previous day)

                -Abdominals/obliques: 2 excercises 3-4 sets each reps depending on excercise

     

    All done with basic free weights 5-6 foot bar w/e it is and 240lbs concrete fill weights(to add more i strap dumbells to bar etc not the safest but gotta make progress =) ),couple 25lb dumbells,5lb leg weights,belt(literally old ass belt for dips lol), have a bench but no bolts for it they were lost so i do bench press laying on the floor but use the bench leaned up on couch or chair for incline, pull up bar, dip attachment to go on pull up bar(doubles as squat rack lol). This is what i do at home.

    U have nice plan to train at home,but have one issue....gice your abs some rest,dont train it every day,every two day's is okay....

  • Posted On: 12-15-13, 1:21 am (EST) #21

    How u like to train at home?

    December 15, 2013, 1:21 am

    Squat 90 lbs, 15 sets ,34 reps ,1 min rest between.

  • Posted On: 12-16-13, 9:20 pm (EST) #22

    How u like to train at home?

    December 16, 2013, 9:20 pm

    I would love to check out gyms in my area but I have a daughter that I need to watch over. So training at home is my best option. I do train with my husband, other daughter, son in law and I have a girlfriend that comes over and trains with me occasionally. My friend asked me to come to her gym on a Saturday sometime when my husband would be home so I could go. So I'm looking forward to that.  This is part of my home gym it's about 300sq feet in total but this is my favorite part. I do go hard! HTH

     

     

    I know I have my own massive studio all to myself.... but I am still jelly of your home gym! haha I love it!

  • Posted On: 12-21-13, 2:20 pm (EST) #23

    How u like to train at home?

    December 21, 2013, 2:20 pm
    Posted by: Scott_Herman

    I know I have my own massive studio all to myself.... but I am still jelly of your home gym! haha I love it!

    Thanks Scott :) I love it. My husband didn't mind if I made it girly. He doesn't care as long as it's functional. Lol.

  • Posted On: 12-22-13, 1:18 pm (EST) #24

    How u like to train at home?

    December 22, 2013, 1:18 pm

    Thanks Scott :) I love it. My husband didn't mind if I made it girly. He doesn't care as long as it's functional. Lol.

    haha good man! But it doesn't look girly, it looks like a place for WORK!

  • Posted On: 01-02-14, 2:08 am (EST) #25

    How u like to train at home?

    January 2, 2014, 2:08 am

    Hello, new guy here. Well, it just depends I try to do as much strenght training as I can (have dumbells,bench, bar etc...) but i usually get caught up doing cardio and bodyweight! at least for now...I really enjoy working out at home but i get more distracted than what i like to admit!

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