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Home Gym – Stage III

This was my home gym from May 21, 2005 – December 27, 2007.

The Titan T1I should preface this section by noting that I think my power rack was an excellent piece of home gym equipment. I really loved mine, and I made some very nice gains on it. The biggest shortcoming of a standard power rack is that it is only capable of around a dozen exercises. As we all know, lack of variety over time translates into one thing: boredom! From a mental standpoint it’s critical to keep our workouts fresh and interesting. From a muscle-building standpoint it’s also important to change up our workouts frequently. Because I workout exclusively at home and have limited space & funds, I thought I’d never have the luxury of commercial quality gym equipment and a large variety of exercises from which to choose. Thankfully I was wrong: enter the TITAN T1!

The Titan is built like a tank (a fully loaded Titan weighs almost three quarters of a ton – without weights!) A fully loaded Titan (all available options) is capable of nearly 100 exercises. Of course there are safety spotters so I can do all the same heavy free weight exercises that I did in my power rack, but that’s just the beginning.

NOTE: The Titan is no longer available in the USA, but there is a new machine coming out in the near future that should best the Titan in every way. You can read about it here.


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