Top products from r/GYM

We found 23 product mentions on r/GYM. We ranked the 31 resulting products by number of redditors who mentioned them. Here are the top 20.

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u/SushiJuice · 3 pointsr/GYM

This'll probably depend on how much you want to spend. A decent set of weights and rack, brand new, could run around $1500-$2000. But if he's a huge gym rat, he'll probably want OLYMPIC weights (as opposed to standard). He'll probably want a RACK so he can do bench press and squats safely. I personally bought this one and love it. A couple ways to reduce the price is look on Craigslist and any used sporting goods stores in your area. Hope that helps

u/GmoneyShoes · 0 pointsr/GYM

Get the fitness reality power rack - FITNESS REALITY 810XLT Super Max Power Cage with Weight Bench Combo with the bench only like $350 then you can buy some weights a barbell , and dumbells maybe a dip attachment to under $1000 I like my rack

u/[deleted] · 3 pointsr/GYM

Spotify is great. It has a massive library to choose from, and also allowed offline playback of whatever you want.

I'd then pick up some headphones. Nothing crazy, Amazon basic over ear headphones are great to start out with.

AmazonBasics Lightweight On-Ear Headphones - Black

If you are more on the wireless earbuds side of the game, then give these a shot: Bluetooth Headphones, Hussar Magicbuds Best Wireless Sports Earphones with Mic, IPX7 Waterproof, HD Sound with Bass, Noise Cancelling, Secure Fit, Up to 9 Hours of Play for iPhone Android (Upgraded)

Neither of these break the bank and offer a good quality product. I personally keep my phone in my pocket, but you could check out arm bands as well.

u/scr33ner · 1 pointr/GYM

I don’t think it’s worth it.

This was worth it though.

That pull up bar will work muscles better than that device (more muscles used = more caloric burn).

Chin ups work biceps & your back muscles.

Push ups with the bar works your chest/triceps.

You can also use it for tricep dips.

This was one of the best fitness buys I made.

Anyway, my 2¢.

u/Grieverjoe · 1 pointr/GYM

You're partly correct: I'm a prior Marine, so I've been doing bodyweight exercises almost exclusively for the past 8 years or so, and I have a nice dumbell and bench set (like this one, up to 105) that I hardly use, so I wanted to get started on it.
Looking at that chart, it seems like my idea has some merit, at least. I'm mainly looking for strength and endurance, so I'm guessing the 75-85 range might be what I need.

u/BrettTheGymGuy · 1 pointr/GYM

Rip Toned Wrist Wraps 18" Professional Grade with Thumb Loops - Wrist Support Braces for Men & Women - Weight Lifting, Crossfit, Powerlifting, Strength Training (Red Stiff)

u/lickymcfool · 2 pointsr/GYM

I started with Starting Strength. It’s a book that explains the basic lifts and outlines a basic barbell program. Do that for awhile then move on to a more advanced program.

u/SCballer41 · 1 pointr/GYM

1 Post Cycle Therapy Supplement - 3-in-1 PCT Supplement with Estrogen Blocker, Testosterone Booster and Liver Support - Contains Fenugreek, Chrysin, Milk Thistle, Tongkat Ali and More - 60 Caps

Something like this?

u/PantalonesPantalones · 1 pointr/GYM

I use wipes after the gym. The main thing is to strip down completely so you don't miss any spots. It also helps you cool down and stop sweating. Use Stridex pads on your armpits before applying deodorant. And make sure your clothes are clean. If you rewear shirts they will smell bad.

u/cal92scho · 6 pointsr/GYM

TaoTronics at Amazon are what I use, they've lasted me two years, great quality and the battery is still trucking, and cheap enough that it's no big deal to get another pair.

u/Mannthedan1 · 1 pointr/GYM

You can get a 2lb container of Gold Standard Whey , which is a really popular brand for like $30. I am not sure what you consider cheap but this is a good brand.

u/jRavenson · 1 pointr/GYM

You need to follow a real program. I recommend that you follow Greyskull LP. It is designed for beginners.

Lifting has so many nuances that you can only learn through time and trial and error. If you want to learn quick, you need to pick up a book that covers the basic grounds of lifting — exercises, proper form and managing calories. This book has it covered.

For videos, you can check out Alan Thrall, Jeff Nippard, Jeremy Either, and Mark Rippetoe's Starting Strength channel. These channels explain lifting in the simplest term.

If you want to get serious with lifting (you should, to avoid injury and make good progress) you're going to have to spend a lot of time watching videos and reading books.

u/Fincher1 · 2 pointsr/GYM

Matters where you are based ? I just use Amazon

One Kilo which would last you a long time.

u/DF-Dave · 2 pointsr/GYM

In a word? No.

I've had multiple knee injuries over the years, you make adjustments to what you can or can't do comfortably. I did some damage to my patella years and years ago and squats really helped me build the stabilizing muscles in my legs and took a lot of the pressure off of the joint. A friend of mine who is a pro-wrestler suggested drinking a packet of geletin 3 days a week - the individually packaged Knox brand you can get at Walmart are perfect - and that also helped.


When my knees feel less than 100% I use a Mueller knee brace ( ) they have two stabilizing strips down each side of the knee and a patella hole to keep the knee cap in a stable place.

These days I can do a full on ATG traditional squat and deadlifts are back up to proper form. Just takes time, patience and some geletin black magic.