Price drop! BH Fitness TT Sport now only £399.99 @ Amazon
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Price drop! BH Fitness TT Sport now only £399.99 @ Amazon

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Found 18th Apr
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fanpages6 h, 28 m ago

"inb4" the professional athletes & potential olympians that claim 80kg is …"inb4" the professional athletes & potential olympians that claim 80kg is not enough...[Image]



You will outgrow 80kg very fast. I know you are just trying to be humorous, but it doesn't help to promote items like this, especially at this price. In terms of a deal, sure its great vs RRP. In terms of being useful that's a fair chunk of money for something that you would outgrow within a year of regular use (A lot less if you know what you are doing, which most of us don't).

for comparison, pure gym costs £215.88 a year (+ a joining fee), and would have a much more useful variety of equipment that you are not going to be able to outgrow. I haven't voted either way, but I think its a big waste of money for something medoicore at best.
yeboi1 h, 23 m ago

You will outgrow 80kg very fast. I know you are just trying to be …You will outgrow 80kg very fast. I know you are just trying to be humorous, but it doesn't help to promote items like this, especially at this price. In terms of a deal, sure its great vs RRP. In terms of being useful that's a fair chunk of money for something that you would outgrow within a year of regular use (A lot less if you know what you are doing, which most of us don't).for comparison, pure gym costs £215.88 a year (+ a joining fee), and would have a much more useful variety of equipment that you are not going to be able to outgrow. I haven't voted either way, but I think its a big waste of money for something medoicore at best.


I’d agree you’ll outgrow 80kg fast but also that free weights are a far better and more cost effective idea. I tried Pure Gyms and they’re full of meat heads and judgemental people watching what you’re up to or lifting or loitering round the equipment you probably want to use, very cliquey- I ended up just using the cardio machines and then I even gave up on that and just went back to running and cycling outdoors.
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Tempted but no space. Kill me!
Batmobile5432 m ago

Tempted but no space. Kill me!


The same with me
Heat added.
"inb4" the professional athletes & potential olympians that claim 80kg is not enough...

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£400 clothes hanger bit pricey
fanpages4 m ago

...cheap shed?



In the flat??? My wife would kill me
£599?
nw104hh2 m ago

In the flat??? My wife would kill me



No, she can live outside in the shed & then your new toy can stay with you inside.
Found a cheaper version below.



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Does it take long for assembly?
usernameinalid19th Apr

Does it take long for assembly?


You'll spend longer putting it together than you will using it, that is one thing I'm certain of!
fanpages6 h, 28 m ago

"inb4" the professional athletes & potential olympians that claim 80kg is …"inb4" the professional athletes & potential olympians that claim 80kg is not enough...[Image]



You will outgrow 80kg very fast. I know you are just trying to be humorous, but it doesn't help to promote items like this, especially at this price. In terms of a deal, sure its great vs RRP. In terms of being useful that's a fair chunk of money for something that you would outgrow within a year of regular use (A lot less if you know what you are doing, which most of us don't).

for comparison, pure gym costs £215.88 a year (+ a joining fee), and would have a much more useful variety of equipment that you are not going to be able to outgrow. I haven't voted either way, but I think its a big waste of money for something medoicore at best.
yeboi1 h, 23 m ago

You will outgrow 80kg very fast. I know you are just trying to be …You will outgrow 80kg very fast. I know you are just trying to be humorous, but it doesn't help to promote items like this, especially at this price. In terms of a deal, sure its great vs RRP. In terms of being useful that's a fair chunk of money for something that you would outgrow within a year of regular use (A lot less if you know what you are doing, which most of us don't).for comparison, pure gym costs £215.88 a year (+ a joining fee), and would have a much more useful variety of equipment that you are not going to be able to outgrow. I haven't voted either way, but I think its a big waste of money for something medoicore at best.


I’d agree you’ll outgrow 80kg fast but also that free weights are a far better and more cost effective idea. I tried Pure Gyms and they’re full of meat heads and judgemental people watching what you’re up to or lifting or loitering round the equipment you probably want to use, very cliquey- I ended up just using the cardio machines and then I even gave up on that and just went back to running and cycling outdoors.
I am looking for a good condition stepping machine
fanpages8 h, 8 m ago

"inb4" the professional athletes & potential olympians that claim 80kg is …"inb4" the professional athletes & potential olympians that claim 80kg is not enough...[Image]



yeboi1 h, 39 m ago

You will outgrow 80kg very fast. I know you are just trying to be …You will outgrow 80kg very fast. I know you are just trying to be humorous, but it doesn't help to promote items like this, especially at this price. In terms of a deal, sure its great vs RRP. In terms of being useful that's a fair chunk of money for something that you would outgrow within a year of regular use (A lot less if you know what you are doing, which most of us don't).for comparison, pure gym costs £215.88 a year (+ a joining fee), and would have a much more useful variety of equipment that you are not going to be able to outgrow. I haven't voted either way, but I think its a big waste of money for something medoicore at best.



No, I was not trying to be humorous.

I also thought that the 80kg stack would need weight adding (probably by precariously balancing a loaded dumbbell) for those with some previous experience, or those looking for mass, rather than fitness.

However, 80kg vertically would generate a greater weight (just over 100kg) through the pulley system due to resistance.
plewis0025 m ago

I’d agree you’ll outgrow 80kg fast but also that free weights are a far bet …I’d agree you’ll outgrow 80kg fast but also that free weights are a far better and more cost effective idea. I tried Pure Gyms and they’re full of meat heads and judgemental people watching what you’re up to or lifting or loitering round the equipment you probably want to use, very cliquey- I ended up just using the cardio machines and then I even gave up on that and just went back to running and cycling outdoors.


Sorry but this is nonsense. As a regular gym goer who has been using the free weights for 15+ years (I'll accept the term meat head) I can reassure you, I couldn't give a stuff what your up to. I'm too busy thinking about what I am doing. If you have time to worry about other people then your not working out correctly. Everyone starts with the smallest weights, don't be put off.
plewis0045 m ago

I’d agree you’ll outgrow 80kg fast but also that free weights are a far bet …I’d agree you’ll outgrow 80kg fast but also that free weights are a far better and more cost effective idea. I tried Pure Gyms and they’re full of meat heads and judgemental people watching what you’re up to or lifting or loitering round the equipment you probably want to use, very cliquey- I ended up just using the cardio machines and then I even gave up on that and just went back to running and cycling outdoors.


You need noise cancelling headphones mate. Swole is the goal! Focus on your workout plan and you won't notice anyone
markymark3427 m ago

Sorry but this is nonsense. As a regular gym goer who has been using the …Sorry but this is nonsense. As a regular gym goer who has been using the free weights for 15+ years (I'll accept the term meat head) I can reassure you, I couldn't give a stuff what your up to. I'm too busy thinking about what I am doing. If you have time to worry about other people then your not working out correctly. Everyone starts with the smallest weights, don't be put off.


I agree. I don't look at no one. I get lost in my music and lifting. The only person im competing with is myself. I think that's the same for most lifters.
Personally I think with a home gym for a lot of people motivation becomes a problem.
You are limited with these machines, I personally think it you are better off with a barbell and dumbbell set with a bench if you want to work out at home.
Nice idea good price but 9/10 people will buy train for couple of weeks then sell it for 200
markymark3454 m ago

Sorry but this is nonsense. As a regular gym goer who has been using the …Sorry but this is nonsense. As a regular gym goer who has been using the free weights for 15+ years (I'll accept the term meat head) I can reassure you, I couldn't give a stuff what your up to. I'm too busy thinking about what I am doing. If you have time to worry about other people then your not working out correctly. Everyone starts with the smallest weights, don't be put off.


It’s not nonsense. Just because anecdotally you don’t do it doesn’t mean other people don’t. I’ve done the army PT course in years past, so I don’t feel that self conscious, though it annoys me that I used to be a weight lifter (for tone not strength) but as I moved to triathlon I couldn’t have both and now I don’t know exactly what weights I can and can’t do. When there are 4-5 younger people (or students even) sitting around a weights bench with their phones out, chatting **** and snapping pics of their workout, it is incredibly offputting.

Sorry if you think that was aimed at you but it clearly wasn’t if you’re the hard-working, solo gym goer, then you’re not the target of my comment. Don’t tell me you have never seen people silently judging or sniggering at the first timers...
plewis0055 m ago

It’s not nonsense. Just because anecdotally you don’t do it doesn’t mean ot …It’s not nonsense. Just because anecdotally you don’t do it doesn’t mean other people don’t. I’ve done the army PT course in years past, so I don’t feel that self conscious, though it annoys me that I used to be a weight lifter (for tone not strength) but as I moved to triathlon I couldn’t have both and now I don’t know exactly what weights I can and can’t do. When there are 4-5 younger people (or students even) sitting around a weights bench with their phones out, chatting **** and snapping pics of their workout, it is incredibly offputting.Sorry if you think that was aimed at you but it clearly wasn’t if you’re the hard-working, solo gym goer, then you’re not the target of my comment. Don’t tell me you have never seen people silently judging or sniggering at the first timers...


Seems to me, you're the problem not them.

If you cant focus due to someone being on their phone or taking a picture then its you, not them.

I often wonder around on my phone inbetween sets, i power lift quite often and require a good 2-3 minute rest, seems to me you believe everyone should be lifting weights the whole 60 mins they are in the gym and have no time to rest.

Also have alot of pro bodybuilders i train with who often record their workouts for their 100k+ instagram followers to see.

Just go in, ignore everyone and do what you got to do, simple really. no need for excuses.
Calisthenics.... Cost, use want you already have around you, some of which you can hang your clothes on, as I know that's also important.
plewis004 h, 17 m ago

I’d agree you’ll outgrow 80kg fast but also that free weights are a far bet …I’d agree you’ll outgrow 80kg fast but also that free weights are a far better and more cost effective idea. I tried Pure Gyms and they’re full of meat heads and judgemental people watching what you’re up to or lifting or loitering round the equipment you probably want to use, very cliquey- I ended up just using the cardio machines and then I even gave up on that and just went back to running and cycling outdoors.



oh yeah don't get me wrong, I am no fan or advocate of pure gym

I just thought it was an easy comparison, and in fairness, when I started I did start in a pure gym out of easiness, but you soon learn...
Misslovely4 h, 33 m ago

I am looking for a good condition stepping machine


Most non-bungalow style houses come with one for free
yeboi56 m ago

oh yeah don't get me wrong, I am no fan or advocate of pure gym I …oh yeah don't get me wrong, I am no fan or advocate of pure gym I just thought it was an easy comparison, and in fairness, when I started I did start in a pure gym out of easiness, but you soon learn...


Yes. You are entirely right and I wasn’t having to. I just didn’t think everyone would blame me for being ‘self conscious’ but I am far from the one one who feels like this in a gym.

I think home gyms are great but it’s the motivating aspect which is the problem for most wherever your gym is.
if you need more weight then 80+kg then you're not using proper form (for bodybuilding at least) if you're into strength training this isn't really for you.
thomasedenbrow1 h, 8 m ago

if you need more weight then 80+kg then you're not using proper form (for …if you need more weight then 80+kg then you're not using proper form (for bodybuilding at least) if you're into strength training this isn't really for you.


That's a very general statement. This wouldn't be enough weight for me of some of the exercises. So would be no good.
thomasedenbrow2 h, 3 m ago

if you need more weight then 80+kg then you're not using proper form (for …if you need more weight then 80+kg then you're not using proper form (for bodybuilding at least) if you're into strength training this isn't really for you.


If the only thing you have to say is utter nonsense, it's better to say nothing at all.
plewis0019th Apr

It’s not nonsense. Just because anecdotally you don’t do it doesn’t mean ot …It’s not nonsense. Just because anecdotally you don’t do it doesn’t mean other people don’t. I’ve done the army PT course in years past, so I don’t feel that self conscious, though it annoys me that I used to be a weight lifter (for tone not strength) but as I moved to triathlon I couldn’t have both and now I don’t know exactly what weights I can and can’t do. When there are 4-5 younger people (or students even) sitting around a weights bench with their phones out, chatting **** and snapping pics of their workout, it is incredibly offputting.Sorry if you think that was aimed at you but it clearly wasn’t if you’re the hard-working, solo gym goer, then you’re not the target of my comment. Don’t tell me you have never seen people silently judging or sniggering at the first timers...


Gym anxiety is pretty common but it is not really the fault of other gym goers mate. You should probably give it another go.

Best to know exactly what you want to do every time you enter the gym and don't be shy about asking to use equipment if you are not sure it is taken. You can even ask to share or "work in".

Also -- see how you called people judgemental and then proceeded to be very judgemental? That is what we call projecting your own shadow.

All the best.
hotukfeels1 h, 45 m ago

Gym anxiety is pretty common but it is not really the fault of other gym …Gym anxiety is pretty common but it is not really the fault of other gym goers mate. You should probably give it another go. Best to know exactly what you want to do every time you enter the gym and don't be shy about asking to use equipment if you are not sure it is taken. You can even ask to share or "work in".Also -- see how you called people judgemental and then proceeded to be very judgemental? That is what we call projecting your own shadow. All the best.


Since I do solo cardio sports now I don’t really have a need for the gym much more, but no-one is really judging or paying attention to you on the cardio machines anyway.

I am only speaking from experience but there was a big ruckus at my local gym years ago (not caused by me, I should add) which was because it was aimed towards casuals and there was a rift caused by people not sharing or not abiding by the gym rules when they went on a big membership drive - I would really like to understand how you expect middle-aged women (for example - though I am not, by the way!) to approach a group of young weight lifters to share something as that was quite common towards the end. I found the Pure Gyms have few casuals in them but felt a bit clinical.

Maybe I am just visiting the wrong gyms then but this seemed pretty common and from the comments here, many don’t agree. I don’t mind admitting it though - even if you say it doesn’t bother you personally.
Recently sold a similar multi gym. After researching loads assumed it would do similar job to that of a gym machine....they really don’t. Sold up and rejoined gym.
markymark3419th Apr

Sorry but this is nonsense. As a regular gym goer who has been using the …Sorry but this is nonsense. As a regular gym goer who has been using the free weights for 15+ years (I'll accept the term meat head) I can reassure you, I couldn't give a stuff what your up to. I'm too busy thinking about what I am doing. If you have time to worry about other people then your not working out correctly. Everyone starts with the smallest weights, don't be put off.


Also good for hypertrophy training. 80kg plenty for that
plewis0013 h, 55 m ago

I’d agree you’ll outgrow 80kg fast but also that free weights are a far bet …I’d agree you’ll outgrow 80kg fast but also that free weights are a far better and more cost effective idea. I tried Pure Gyms and they’re full of meat heads and judgemental people watching what you’re up to or lifting or loitering round the equipment you probably want to use, very cliquey- I ended up just using the cardio machines and then I even gave up on that and just went back to running and cycling outdoors.


Nobody is watching what you're doing in a gym. Nobody cares. They're just there to do their own stuff.
stevo61053 h, 9 m ago

Also good for hypertrophy training. 80kg plenty for that


To progress to a higher stage of weakling, sure.

For those with greater aspirations, it is insufficient.
For an effective home gym setup all you need is a cage/squat rack, bench, barbell and weights. Squat, deadlift, benchpress, row and overhead press will build a very strong, aesthetic physique combined with the right diet.

Most people lack the motivation to do the work and eat accordingly for any period of time. Join a gym for free, ask for assistance with a plan, pick one goal and don't expect to see results for at least 3 months.

Don't throw £400 at one piece of equipment assuming that it'll make you fitter within weeks, it won't.
DonnyBrago6 h, 59 m ago

To progress to a higher stage of weakling, sure.For those with greater …To progress to a higher stage of weakling, sure.For those with greater aspirations, it is insufficient.


Not true pal
plewis0023 h, 28 m ago

I’d agree you’ll outgrow 80kg fast but also that free weights are a far bet …I’d agree you’ll outgrow 80kg fast but also that free weights are a far better and more cost effective idea. I tried Pure Gyms and they’re full of meat heads and judgemental people watching what you’re up to or lifting or loitering round the equipment you probably want to use, very cliquey- I ended up just using the cardio machines and then I even gave up on that and just went back to running and cycling outdoors.


Same experience with pure gym
Smadmad19th Apr

That's a very general statement. This wouldn't be enough weight for me of …That's a very general statement. This wouldn't be enough weight for me of some of the exercises. So would be no good.

​Yes of course it was intended as a general statement to aid people. I'm not going to go into detail here. You have the same access to google as I do
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