It doesn’t take huge wads of cash to get the most versatility out of your home workouts. Just follow these cheap tricks!
You Don’t Need Money
You know that up to 25 years Germany was divided into two parts. In its eastern, communist part people couldn’t buy many things and had to make do with what they could build themselves.
We can save a lot of money when we turn some of the same creative thinking toward our home workouts!
Bench Replacement For $5.00
One object many people working out at home miss is a workout bench. But for $5 you get to have a straight and inclined one taking up very little room.
No Clang Barbells And Dumbbells For $1
I hate it when I do my sets and the plates start rotating on the bar, because it nags my concentration. We can fix that for a dollar.
Bench Safety Without A Cage
Lifting heavy objects above your head when working out at home by yourself requires safety measures. That’s either a cage or using your barbell’s spinlocks as they were meant to!
Supreme Workout Gloves For $2.50
Those shiny workout gloves with a swoosh on them? I have a pair, it cost me $15 and I can’t use them because I can’t get a good grip on the bar with them. Here’s something better for a fraction of the price.
A Dip Belt For Free
If you want to make your pull-ups more difficult, don’t buy a dip belt. Chances are you already have one lying around at home and thought about throwing it away.
T-Bar Rows Without The T-Bar
T-bar rows are a nice back exercise. Do they need a t-bar row machine? No, just a towel!