Everything You Need in a Garage Gym for 650$

How much are you currently paying for your gym?

If it's a standard gym I'd imagine 30$-40$ per month? If you're involved with a Crossfit gym you're probably hitting around 150$-200$ per month. These are the estimates I'll use, however from my experience they are likely on the lower end of the spectrum.

If you are looking to save time and money you need to set up a home gym. You can do it right in your garage. For just 650$ (2-3 months of Crossfit) you can have a fully functional, high performance, gym in the comfort of your home.

No more traffic to and from the gym, no more waiting in line for the squat rack, and most importantly - no more excuses. A home gym takes all of the effort of getting to the gym and completely removes it from the situation.

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Here's what you need:​

Iron Gym Total Upper Body Workout Bar

Read full review of Iron Gym pull up bar here.

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Bowflex SelectTech Adjustable Bench Series 3.1

Check out our complete guide of the Bowflex Weight Bench here.

adjustable bench

Cap Barbell Power Rack Exercise Stand

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CAP Barbell Olympic Bar, 2-Inch, 1000-Pound Capacity, 7-Feet

Read our review for the best Olympic Barbells here.

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Bumper Plates

Price listed is for 140 lbs total (2 x 45 lb / 2 x 25 lb plates. Adjust your cart as necessary). Read our guide here.

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CAP Barbell Olympic 2-Inch Spring Clip Collars

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These items will cover literally anything involved in home fitness. Below, We have gone over some additional products that, while not totally necessary, will make great additions to your garage gym.

Total: ~ 650$.... Time to make it rain?

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Some Extra, unnecessary, but helpful equipment you may want to purchase in the future:

Kettlebells - ​One of the most versatile tools you can have in a gym. Great for cardio and muscle building. I would definitely recommend getting one of these as soon as you can afford it. Our recommendation

Flooring - You can save your floor and your equipment by investing in some garage gym flooring. Your floor and equipment will survive for a few months without flooring but I recommend getting some as soon as you can afford it. Learn more about our flooring recommendations here.

Large Mirrors - Not totally necessary but a great addition to a home gym. The gym won't be officially complete until you get some mirrors! Learn more about our mirror recommendations here.

Cardio Equipment - Depending on the weather where you live this may not be necessary. However, if you live in an extreme weather situation and you can't get outside for a run, cardio equipment is a great addition to your home gym. Learn more about our cardio machine recommendations here.

Dumbbells - great for a ton of exercises, however, your Olympic barbell will likely cover everything that the Dumbbells can. Get these when you have moved past the basic power lifting exercises. Our recommendations.

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