For me personally what I look for in equipment is mostly the name brand. This equipment has the name usedgymequipment.com. I think it should be gymequpment.com because the quality and the workmanship of this equipment is just like new equipment. When I was competing I broke my workouts into body parts. This is a full chest work out right here, side bench press, incline bench press, and decline. That's a full workout that day.
The next two or three days later when I work chest again it was dumb bells. Dumb bells are right over here. It was simple, same thing. I just did flat, incline, and decline. As you can see we have a full gym here for chest. This is what I did when I was competing full time Miss Olympia. Next body part is back, pull downs. This is optimal because with this machine I can do front and I can also turn around and do back - got a pull-up machine. I broke my back workout into two parts, upper back, lower back which I would do a couple days later with the dead lift.
This is our dead lift platform over here. From there I'd go to a T-bar row. T-bar is just a bar setup in a corner just doing the T-bar row. That's a full back workout. I've done back, chest. We've got everything right here from usedgym.com, but like I said I don't see anything really used about it because it looks brand new. My next exercise is legs. I'd go over to the leg press. This is by far my favorite leg press machine. This has the best angle, best smoothness. They say this is used but I don't see anything used about it. The next one would be leg extension. Best thing I like about this is isolation. This is one of the best isolation leg extension on the market.
Once you can isolate a muscle there's no...
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