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I have now set up my home gym and I have some surplus equipment for sale:
All equipment is Samson Barbells Equipment made from Australian BHP steel. I have been buying this stiff up for decades, but now have more than what I need.
Have some benches, seated shoulder/military press bench, lat...
If you have a pair of these and they squeak.
Don’t use powder or talc or tape; it’s only a short term fix.
wash the bastards (shoe and insole) in the washing machine with the addition of fabric softener.
Has anyone ever done these?
I am following his programs now and making really good gains. My arms are now bigger than they have ever been! I am hoping that they hit 15 inches soon. I know it's not much but I always struggled with my arms.
The arm workout I just did was:
EZ bar curls - 3x15 to...
After a 20 year break, I recently started lifting again, following SL 5x5, using my uncles old bench press 'machine'. But 60kg is the max that i feel confident snatching up and over my head to start my squats. So its time for a Cage. I really want a power cage so that my son can also...
given all the excitement about supposed 'great' exercises like deadlift, what are your favorites exercises for each muscle groups that you would do for bodybuilding purposes.
thighs- good form (high bar) squats and/or lunges, leg press, leg extensions, leg curls, step ups, walking...
Selling my Seated Military Press, this is a solid unit manufactured by Samson Barbells in Sydney.
Looking for reasonable offers, located Mid North Coast NSW. I can possibly deliver to Sydney or Gold Coast by arrangement.
Or swap for a Samson Seated Calf Raise Machine. I have offered it here...
Anyone know of a gym in Melbourne that has a proper reverse hyper machine? Close to the CBD would be ideal.
I've been struggling with my lower back for a couple of years and would love to give reverse hypers a go.
I train at fitness first at the moment and there's a GHR at the ones I go to...
Hi guys, i now live in a combined martial arts/weights gym, i have access to:
- squat/smith machine cage
- cable rower
- cable cross over
- flat and incline benches
- leg press
- heaps of dumbells
- lots of barbells and stacks of weights
I want to focus on my arms especially but all over my...
We know what it is.
when we do multi joint movements the smaller muscle fatigue before there is any real inroad to fatigue of the larger muscleture in the exercise, hence doing multiple sets.
as an example; (primary larger muscle)
the press; (triceps)
pre fatigue the delt's with a lateral...
If you've always fancied yourself as having secret ninja skills, you're in luck: Ninja Warrior is finally coming to Australia.
The popular reality show, which sees contestants take on ridiculously difficult obstacles with names like "floating steps" and "fly wheels" accompanied by a fair amount...
Hey all. I'm trying to get to the level of a fully fledged pull up. I'm currently on 40kg on the assisted pull up machines. So how do you know when you are ready to move onto the resistant band? I'd imaging there are some stability muscles that aren't being worked on the assisted pull up machine.
I got a coupla kilos of WPI from Fuel Protein, this site newest sponsor. I have Milk Chocolate, Banana, and Choc Banana. I decided to give Choc Banana a whirl first.
Fuel protein's point of difference is to use 100% natural sweeteners, 100% natural colours and 100% natural...
Scientists have known for years that by including short, higher-effort intervals (e.g., running faster for 30 seconds every three to five minutes) followed by recovery (i.e., going back to your normal speed), you’ll improve key physical-fitness levels.
Only recently, however, have they found...