Beginner's Guide to Strength Equipment

Coop from Garage Gym Reviews joins us to discuss the basic strength training equipment you need to get started. In this video, he recommends squat racks, barbells, platforms and more.

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ROGUE R-3 POWER RACK: https://bit.ly/2MlAjKJ
TITAN T-3 POWER RACK: https://bit.ly/2mWlSxB
CAP BARBELL:
ROGUE OHIO POWER BAR: https://bit.ly/2AUF619
ROGUE B&R 2.0 BAR: https://bit.ly/2MaiNcQ
ROGUE FLAT UTILITY BENCH: https://bit.ly/2KFPAky
REP FITNESS FB 5000: https://bit.ly/2OUok5f
TITAN FITNESS OLYMPIC PLATES: https://bit.ly/2Oqg3EO
ROGUE MACHINED OLYMPIC PLATES: https://bit.ly/2KG14nS

HOW TO BUILD YOUR OWN DEADLIFT PLATFORM: https://bit.ly/2OsFea1

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19 Responses to Beginner's Guide to Strength Equipment

  1. Barbell Logic says:

    What questions do you have about equipment? Let us know in the comments below!

    SUBSCRIBE! And give this video a THUMBS UP. Also, check out Coop's channel in the description box.

  2. J.D. Hong says:

    Worldqide shipping available?

  3. Wally Irizarry says:

    Thanks Coop for providing some of the various options out there..!!keep the good work.

  4. gunfighterdrummer says:

    Thanks Coop

  5. GraSSman 86 says:

    I bought the Fitness gear half Rack on sale at Dicks and the Ethos Adjustable bench also on sale. 600.00 for both.

  6. Anthony Luisi says:

    5 bars ? Are you serious ? …. how about just one do it yourself bar ? …Rouge is awesome for a great powerlifting /only bar

  7. Jacob Mccann says:

    For the deadlift platform you should check university surplus. I got my deadlift platform, with the University of Alabama logo for like 400$ on GovDeals, and that is just because some joker was sniping the price. I’ve seen platforms go for 100$ and I got my Lat pull down machine for like 100$ from a community center in Winston-Salem.

  8. Savage Citizen says:

    You gotta love it when two of your favorite channels start collabing. Good stuff guys!

  9. Christopher watton says:

    I bought a pair of 10kg green bumper plates, and the rest  standard iron tri-plates. This allows me to easily remove and slide on the iron plates when the bar is on the floor, as the bumper plates are by far the largest diameter. That is an option if you want to protect your floor.

  10. Mike Emerick says:

    Hi, how does the Vulcan absolute bar compare to the Rogue b&r? Thanks.

  11. Jameson Reynolds says:

    Coop is the best! I love that you guys have teamed up on some videos and podcasts, keep them coming!

  12. Chris Napoli says:

    I bought a bare steel Ohio Power Bar in February for $250 + $15 shipping + $18 California sales tax ($283 total) from Rouge. The bare steel if fine if you live in a drier climate, and will develop a cool oxide patina over time that's not rust. If you don't like the old steel look or live in a more humid environment, pay the extra $25 and upgrade to the zinc plated version. I had narrowed my choices down to the B&R or the OHP, and decided on the OHP because you could get a real 45 lb. version, as the B&R is only available in a 20 kg (44.1 lbs) — a little OCD on my part, but I know I'll be lifting a teeny bit more weight at home than at the gym where they only have 20 kg bars 😉 . The OHP's knurling IS AGGRESSIVE; your shins will get some road rash on DLs, and the knurling will cut up your back a little bit if you decide to squat shirtless (or your chest if you do cleans, even through a shirt). Also, wear a cotton t-shirt when squatting, the knurling is aggressive enough to chew and pill polyester athletic/wicking shirts. Despite the negatives, I love the bar and highly recommend it.

  13. Thomas Toilliez says:

    What equipment would be necessary after the initial novice phase to go until advanced level ? Inclined bench ? Prowler ?

  14. Joe Sermeno says:

    Good informative video. If Rogue is the gold standard, Samson is the platinum standard.

  15. Andrew Muchenje says:

    Good video and the content is useful but… what kind of 'beginner' is going to be thinking about getting a home gym?

  16. William Moran says:

    Love that Barbell Logic has brought on Coop for this video, and a few podcasts previously. I mostly agree with all the picks. In fact I have the main picks for rack/bar and diy platform. However, I actually prefer the FB-5000 over the Rogue Utility Bench and would recommend it regardless of price point, not just as a budget option. The Rogue is actually taller at 18" and I don't like that it's a 4 footed design.

  17. ulmo11 says:

    You should do a second video with "personal" equipment suggestions. Like which of the 300 neoprene knee sleeves or wrist wraps on Amazon are the best?

  18. James says:

    I went with a Titan Fitness T2 rack because
    I didn’t have space for a platform and it was cheaper. Nice video!

  19. Garage Gym Reviews says:

    Thanks for having me on. Always enjoy helping show the light to commercial gym goers!

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