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Home Workouts for Bodybuilding

Ever get annoyed with the local gym hours? Or when they unexpectedly close down, or aren’t open on holidays? One way to remedy this is to join a 24 hour fitness joint. Another solid option is to start working out at home.

Working out at home allows you to lift whenever you want. And you can listen to any music you want (not just what the gym is playing). You never have to wait in line for someone to get off the bench press bench or cable pulldown unit. And you can set up the gym layout in any way you want.

A good home gym includes an Olympic barbell set, a power rack, a bench press bench (with incline capabilities), and a group of dumbbells (interchangeable or solid). With this group of equipment you can put together some sweet workouts.

Home Gym Workout

Monday
Heavy squats 3 x 5
Lunge – 3 x 5
Stiff-leg Deadlift 3 x 5
Bent row – 3 x 7
Barbell Curls – 3 x 7
Seated Barbell Curls - 3 x 7

Tuesday
Bench press – 3 x 7
Incline Bench press – 2 x 7
Military press - 3 x 7
Close grip triceps bench press – 3 x 7
Dumbell prone extension – 3 x 7

Wednesday
Stretching, waist and calf work.

Repeat workout on Thursday - Saturday for sets of 2 x 10 on each exercise.

And this is just one of a thousand different exercises you can perform at home. Down the road, obtaining a cable machine is also a nice addition to a home gym.

For more information checkout Home Gym Blueprints.


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