It is moving week. I have to pack up and move the garage gym. Last week, I took the yoke over. Over the past several days, I have taken over the crash pads, bench press board, dumbbells, a couple of kettlebells and change plates. Yesterday, I took down the pull-up bar and took it over to the new house.
The folding rack needs to be disassembled and the decorations taken off the walls. I need to remove the ring hangers and barbell holders.
Then I will pack up and take over the barbells and plates and Crossfit items. I will take the rower over myself also.
I will leave the stall mats, bench, jump boxes and hip extension for the movers.
In terms of rebuilding, I want the stall mats down first. All (6) in the garage. Then I intend to mount the pull-up bar and folding rack and build the gym around those (2) items. Down the road, I will plan on hanging the climbing rope and rings.
I will paint and hang up the decorations, but that can wait a little bit. Once I am settled in and depending on use, I want to get a storage solution also. Ideally, I can fold the rack, have hardware on the back wall and park a car in the space.
I sold the tire and some weight plates, but the gym is otherwise moving in as a complete unit. I may bring over the plywood sheets also. Plywood is surprisingly expensive right now and I would like to have wall ball targets and some protection for the drywall.
I moved the folding rack, barbells, sandbag, another kettlebell and a wall ball yesterday. I took down the plywood. Next trip will be plates and rower. Bench, Hip Extension, Plywood and Mats will be left for the movers.
Stall mats are down and everything is physically in the space, but it is going to take a minute to get everything put together.
The gym is substantially put together with pull-up bar hung, barbells stored, timer and clock hung, plywood mounted, white board and chalk board hung, yoke assembled and bench hung. The weights, kettlebells, dumbbells, medicine balls, atlas stones and sandbag are strewn about the floor patiently waiting for a modular storage system. I am going to hold off on assembling the folding rack, rings and climbing rope. The rower and hip extension are on the floor as well.
As I have resumed my CFG membership, I need to figure out what I want to do with the space.
After skipping two days with home responsibilities on Thursday and work responsibilities on Friday, I felt compelled to at least get some kind of movement in. I was kind of wiped out from being on my feet with the garage sale so I opted for some upper body work.
I felt pretty good and the time off will probably help my achilles.
2.92 mile (34:34 moving time; 11:50 pace). This started off slow and just got worse. I was feeling sluggish starting out and my first lap split at a smidge over 17 minutes reflected that. On the second lap, I ended up walking for a minute and then tried to make up some of that time fartlek style. While it was nice to get moving and the weather was perfect, it was not much of a run. My left Achilles tendon felt a little tender starting out, but loosened up over the course of the run.
3 Tier 70" Rogue storage system. Can fit bumper plates, kettlebells, dumbbells, med balls, etc. 2 Flat tray shelves and 1 bumper/med ball shelf. It's too big for our new space, need the taller 43" version. If you have that version I'm willing to trade. Would also trade for a rower or a bike erg.
This seller has a crap ton of gym equipment. It looks like a Crossfit gym that closed down. While I am certainly interested in some items, the pricing is near or above retail in a lot of cases. I was considering a Rogue Infinity Rig, but will stick to my Rep fold away.
Bumper plates, bars, dumbbells, kettlebells, gym equipment, and more $11 Sporting Goods › Weight Lifting Equipment Listed 8 hours ago in Denver, CO Details Condition Used - Like New Hello, if it's listed with the price, it is available. Will mark "SOLD" when something sells. Items that are listed as a set will not be broken up. Will hold for a 50% deposit. Pickup off of Colfax and i25 by appointment. Pictures available upon request. Prices below. Thanks for looking! ---------------------------------------------------------- Bumper plates, KBs, bars, kettlebells: 365lb Rogue Hg Bumper Plate Set With Storage Rack, change plates and a Solid Bar Fitness 1200lb tensile strength 20kg black oxide Olympic barbell - $1020 (includes 2x2.5lb, 2x5lb, 2x10lb, 2x15lb, 2x25lb, 2x 35lb, 4x 45lb and barbell with clips) CAP 7' squat rack with pullup bar - $120 Cap fitness adjustable bench - $65 Fitness Gear adjustable bench - $65 Rep fitness 15kg Sabre bar - $160 each have 2 Unbranded 20kg bar - $108 Rogue 45lb hi temp rubber crumb plate pair - $200 each have 3 pairs. Rage 45lb bumper plate pair - $180 Rep fitness 15kg comp plates (yellow) - $180 Sorinex 25lb rubber crumb plate pair - $100 Sorinex 10lb rubber crumb plate pair - $60 540lb Rogue Dumbbell Set with rack - $999 (includes pairs of 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 35, 40, 45, 50lb) Rubber Hex dumbbell pairs - $1.85/lb - 65lb, 55lb, 50lb, 35lb, 30lb, 25lb x 2, 15lb 40lb Metal dumbbell pair - $100 Hex bar - $150 each (have 3) Metal Kettlebells - $1.65/lb 62lb, 60lb, 55lb, 53lb, 50lb, 15lb, 10lb, 8lb available CAP plastic coated kettlebells - $1.50/lb 10lb x 2, 15lb x 2, 20lb x 1 Farmers carry bar pair - $100 Get rxd 39" jerk blocks - $600 ---------------------------------------------------------- Pullup Rigs and squat stands: Rogue infinity 9' upright pairs (X-108 9' upright) - $350 each pair (have 9 pairs) Rogue infinity 12' upright pair (X-144 12' upright) - $600 Rogue X-70 cross members (skinny / fat) - $120 each (have 17) Rogue X-43 cross members (skinny / fat) - $100 each (have 4) Dirty south bar 70" - $160 Dirty south bar 43" - $120 each have 5 Rogue monster lite 90" upright pairs - $300 each pair (have about 15 pairs) CAP squat stand with pullup bar - $129 ---------------------------------------------------------- Conditioning equipment: TRX style suspension straps - $60 each (have 6) Fire hose battle rope (it's a long, 40' fire hose for the die hard out there) - $40 14' climbing ropes - $70 each (have 7) Ab mats $10 each (have 3) Rogue wall mounted bar storage - $80 each (have 2) Gym mats (pictured) - $10 each (have about 30) 4kg VIPR - $40 each (have 5) Wooden gymnastics rings with straps - $60 each (have 6) SAQ cones, rings, ladders available cheap Lifting belts - $10 each (have 6) Sheik leather lifting belts - $40 (have 4) 24" Alex foam roller - $10 have 20 36" Foam Roller - $15 have a lot 36" grid hard plastic roller $20 have a lot 50lb sand bags - $80 each (shell and insert) have two Step up riser with 3 risers - $60 each Black (x heavy) pullup assist band - $25 Green (heavy) pullup assist band - $20 Black (medium) pullup assist band - $15 20" box jump (wooden) - $60 16" box jump (wooden) - $50 ---------------------------------------------------------- Electronics and miscellaneous: Swimming Goggles (new) - $10 have like 80 of them. Powerheart G3 AED - $695 Philips AED heartstart defibrillator - $450 Synergee 29" timer with blue and red lettering, with remote - $150 MDUSA timer - $140 4.5cubic foot mini fridge - $60 2' x 4' mirrors - $50 each have 5 Small open sign - $10 Battle rope anchor (bolt on to wall) - $15 Battle rope anchor (rope tie) - $15
2.90 mile (32:32 moving time; 11:11 pace) around the Croke Canal Loop. I have been doing more running as I have been on a pretty erratic schedule and a lot of mind share has been taken up with the move.
I immediately scaled this to 15# KB and opted for 6 Pull-ups each round. Unfortunately this still quickly spiraled out of control. After an opening round left arm of 6-2-2-2, the right arm was 4-2-2-2-2 and then doubles for the second round as well. The pull-ups were OK at 2-2-1-1 the first round and singles the second round. I finished the first round in 8:30 and about halfway through the second round, I conceded that I would be skipping the final round. The workout still took me 17:34 to complete. I felt like this was a good stimulus and a good lesson in core work and midline stabilization.
I was scaling to target a 30 minute workout and this fit the bill perfectly. The first run took me 5 minutes and I started Cindy a little hot with a 1:40 round. This slowed considerably as the pull-ups became singles and the push-ups became 3 sets instead of unbroken. I finished the 8 rounds in 20 minutes averaging 2:30 per round. The second run took me 6 minutes and I finished in 31:05.