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Brick

Well-known member
How far do you folk travel to train? What in your opinions is too far?

Your married with kids right? Gets tense at home when your gone 3 nights a week worse if your out all night cause you track an hour each way.

Do yourself a favour and buy squat stands and a decent bar and bumper set
 
Your married with kids right? Gets tense at home when your gone 3 nights a week worse if your out all night cause you track an hour each way.

Do yourself a favour and buy squat stands and a decent bar and bumper set

I'm looking at that, I'd still do some work with coach though..

Only problem is I don't have room under the house for over head work, I guess I could set up in the driveway, so long as the neighbours don't mind seeing me jerk
 

Jungnaut

YOLO Kunce
The gym I go to is 3 minutes away. That's probably as far as I am willing to drive now for a workout, until I get my own setup one day (a wetdream of mine)
 

kaz

iLift
Ive done enough travel to gyms for a lifetime! Happy to train at home or the occasional session at Ptc pre comp time.
I have been considering joining the 24/7 at my work for PM cardio sessions theres no extra travel in that :)
 

morgan000

Member
I'm not willing to travel anywhere further than my suburb. I have my own stuff at home which I do occasionally but I'm also a member of the local gym because the price was too good to refuse.
 

Big Mick

"2014 - Kunce of the year"
Hard to beat training at home, but used to travel 5-10 minutes in the past to local gym.
 

High Road

New member
I think you also need to consider what you are training. If you are just pushing weight around, sure train at home or the closest gym. If you are training for a specific sport that is technical then training where a quality coach is will be worth the trip IMO.

You also need to consider your goals. You probably know enough now that you can get by training at home with the odd coached session when you have time, but will this be in line with your goals?
 
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Leffi

Guest
Travel is the best way to learn new things in the world. I am also a big lover of it. It is my passionate hobby. Through traveling, We get lots of information about different things.
 
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