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7/15/2019 6:11 PM

Just have a concept 2 rower, thinking about getting a Skierg and a Airdyne. What are you guys using. Space is limited and I dont have time to be going to a actual gym.

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7/15/2019 6:16 PM

that is all the space you need for a skierg

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7/15/2019 7:22 PM

It’s really expensive and more for strength training, but we have a Tonal. It’s badass!

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7/15/2019 10:57 PM

Concept 2 is great! Pair with a pull up bar, kettle bell, and a barbell you will be good to go!

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7/16/2019 5:29 AM

Just a Concept2 and a Peloton for me.

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7/16/2019 5:53 AM

Concept 2 rower and road cycle rollers
Other than that: body weight
No space for a bench

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7/16/2019 6:46 AM

TRX system, Spin Bike, Jump Rope, jump box, pull up/dip thing and bowflex adjustable weight barbell system--all in a 6x6 space in the garage. Would like to get a concept rower.

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7/16/2019 1:29 PM

Justin345 wrote:

It’s really expensive and more for strength training, but we have a Tonal. It’s badass!

that thing is sweet, really not that expensive might be what i am looking for. How hard is it to change from one exercise to the next?

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7/16/2019 1:30 PM

crusher773 wrote:

that is all the space you need for a skierg

Is that fastened to the floor or the wall? considering getting one without the base to save space.

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7/16/2019 1:30 PM

Preston412 wrote:

TRX system, Spin Bike, Jump Rope, jump box, pull up/dip thing and bowflex adjustable weight barbell system--all in a 6x6 space in the garage. Would like to get a concept rower.

DO IT, a rower has been the best thing i ever started doing for moto.

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7/16/2019 1:54 PM

If we're talking solely home gym, then a concept 2 rower is a must and if you can afford them, some dumbbells or kettlebells for strength training, although you can do body weight exercises and be strong enough. If you can afford/have the time to, a trail orientated MTB is perfect. I've done it all...from road bikes to indoor rowers, XC MTB, running and more. I'm now at a point where MTB is more satisfying and fun for an ex-motocrosser than anything else. We aren't pro, we don't need to be doing 2-3+ hour road rides. What I've learnt is most important is to make it fun.

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7/16/2019 2:22 PM

racerx217 wrote:

that thing is sweet, really not that expensive might be what i am looking for. How hard is it to change from one exercise to the next?

It’s really easy to switch from exercise to exercise. Its awesome man! Comparable to a universal home gym in terms of price, but no physical weights at all! Essentially a built in personal trainer as well with all of the programs. Basically a vertical TV mounted to the wall. We have it right in our living room.

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7/17/2019 9:54 AM

Try some Bear Crawls, Kettlebell w/Turkish Get-up, Goblet Squats, Reverse Lunges w/kettlebell straight armed above.
Works well.

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7/17/2019 10:58 AM


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7/17/2019 11:47 AM

What is so great about a rower for dirt bike riding? I have never tried one but open to it.

Dumbells, P90X, ride MTB and jog. Seems to work well. Much more time riding MTB than jogging.

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7/17/2019 12:39 PM

Ghetto trx called the jungle gym iirc. Pull up dip bar.
Kbs 15, 25,35x2,50x2 and 70.

Rubber tubes of different thickness and those elastic bands you use for mobility.

Get as creative as you want. I could set something to smoke anybody with just a 35 lb kb.

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7/17/2019 1:28 PM

Medicine ball and a Bosu ball are great.

Medicine ball: Throw it up with both hands from your chest. Catch it and throw it down with both hands squat to catch it bring it up to chest level and repeat. Works core and coordination

Bosu balls are great for moto. They are flat on one side and a ball on the other. Put it on the round side and do push ups. It is tough to stay balanced, you have to engage your core. Another good one is to to kettlebell or dumbbell work while balancing on the round side while the flat side is down.

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