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11 pieces of kit to create a CrossFit box at home
Jettison your clutter and your garage becomes perfect for CrossFit-inspired sessions. Park the car elsewhere
VIVA LA REVOLUTION
A CrossFit favourite, this bike comes with a sadistic caveat: the more effort you put in, the more resistance is generated. Thankfully, it’s so good looking you won’t mind leaving the door open when you're training. Note: the fact no one’s watching is not an excuse to slow down.
Wolverson Fitness Air Assault Bike £860
RACK UP NEW MUSCLE
Another impressively heavy hitter, this rig will help you master calisthenic muscle builders from pull-ups to leg raises in the privacy of your garage. So turn the stereo up loud and prepare for a self- administered beasting.
Bodymax CF360 VR Pull-Up and Dip Tower, £104.99
Pushing for PBs through injury will have you spending more time on the sofa than doing squats. This padded protector keeps your spine, shoulders, and confidence intact.
Bodymax Barbell Pad Neck Protector £9.99
THE ELASTIC ASSET
Bring some life to your deadlifts by looping one end of a resistance band under your feet and the other over each end of your barbell.
Jordan Fitness Power Band £18.99
THE CALL TO ARMS
Presses with a neutral grip relieve shoulder stress, ensuring that your garage becomes ‘the pain cave’ in the safest sense.
Body Power Olympic Tricep Bar £37.99
DON YOUR RUNNING SHORTS
This isn’t Tony Soprano’s basement, so trade in your run of the mill machine for something more modern (and punishing). A curved track with varying resistance levels makes interval training seem just that bit better.
Technogym Skillmill Console £8050
If you have the room – not to mention the funds – this multi-functional rig contains everything you need for bodyweight and weighted workouts. With a set-up like this at home, you’ll cash in the money you’re saving on gym memberships.
Beaverfit Wall Mounted FTR Training Rig £3960
What’s a garage for if not blowing off steam after work? Both basic and invaluable, this punch bag narrows in the middle, forming a natural target for perfecting your uppercuts. We’ll let your imagination do the rest.
Body Power Punch Bag £79.99
THE FULL PLATE
Adding weighted plates to your workout is an easy way to do more in small spaces, staving off any plateaus, and keeping your progression on an upward trajectory (and we don’t mean through the roof ).
MyProtein Dipping Belt £20.49
TRI AND SUCCEED
Another excuse to dig in and shun life outside of your mancave, this curl bench will help you foster growth where it counts, without the need to choose between an armchair and your kitchen table.
Powerline Preacher Curl Bench £129
ROW IT ALONE
Designed for cross-country skiers, this static machine forces you to employ your large muscle groups to row the handles down. It's exactly as tough as it sounds, which makes this a machine best used with the garage door fully closed.
Concept2 SkiErg £700
THE OVER-ALL OVERHAUL
With everything you need for chest press, pull-ups, leg exercises and more, this home gym set-up is anything but basic. Remember, you’ll need to leave the garage eventually to eat, sleep and remind your better half you still exist.
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