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Pro Power home gym £56.99 from argos (+ £6.95 Del)
Pro Power home gym  £56.99 from argos (+ £6.95 Del)

Pro Power home gym £56.99 from argos (+ £6.95 Del)

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pro power home gym great price small weight but perfect for those multi rep workouts
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backinstock3 m ago

Cheap.But what on earth do you do with it?


Stick it in the corner of the room, an use it as a clothes horse.
Edited by: "ThugBasher" 13th Aug

Jonj16113 m ago

I bought mine a couple of years ago. Started off well, pumping the weights …I bought mine a couple of years ago. Started off well, pumping the weights daily, working out my routine................3 days later I noticed I was hanging my towels off of it..................a week later, sold.




Quick question.


What do you do with your towels now?

Did you buy a treadmill?

Zameen1 m ago

You don't know what to do with it but it's cheap? So how do you know it's …You don't know what to do with it but it's cheap? So how do you know it's cheap ?




It says great price in the post.

HUKD'ers don't tell lies.

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Cheap.


But what on earth do you do with it?

backinstock3 m ago

Cheap.But what on earth do you do with it?


Stick it in the corner of the room, an use it as a clothes horse.
Edited by: "ThugBasher" 13th Aug

backinstock7 m ago

Cheap.But what on earth do you do with it?


You don't know what to do with it but it's cheap? So how do you know it's cheap ?

Zameen1 m ago

You don't know what to do with it but it's cheap? So how do you know it's …You don't know what to do with it but it's cheap? So how do you know it's cheap ?




It says great price in the post.

HUKD'ers don't tell lies.

out of of stock for home delivery for me.
I would have went for it.
Where are the posts "you can get a gym membership for x," etc
At least we have had the clothes horse comment
Edited by: "dpathic2001" 13th Aug

backinstock12 m ago

Cheap.But what on earth do you do with it?


I bought mine a couple of years ago. Started off well, pumping the weights daily, working out my routine................3 days later I noticed I was hanging my towels off of it..................a week later, sold.

Great find !

Jonj16113 m ago

I bought mine a couple of years ago. Started off well, pumping the weights …I bought mine a couple of years ago. Started off well, pumping the weights daily, working out my routine................3 days later I noticed I was hanging my towels off of it..................a week later, sold.




Quick question.


What do you do with your towels now?

Did you buy a treadmill?

ThugBasher13 m ago

Stick it in the corner of the room, an use it as a clothes horse. …Stick it in the corner of the room, an use it as a clothes horse.

That's what it was used as at my house

ahem 30kg weight stack; for most people, beyond the first maybe 1 to 2 months, you would get more excercise lifting it still packed up in the box it came in..

I think these machines are good thought but need a bigger weight stack and weights need to be suppmenetd with cardio exercises; so you would'nt normally work out evey day on these unless you pick different muscle groups and are really trying go to bulk up.
Edited by: "afroylnt" 13th Aug

Jonj16118 m ago

I bought mine a couple of years ago. Started off well, pumping the weights …I bought mine a couple of years ago. Started off well, pumping the weights daily, working out my routine................3 days later I noticed I was hanging my towels off of it..................a week later, sold.


I envy you so much. At this rate I'm going to have to pay someone to take my cross trainer away.
Edited by: "MSK." 13th Aug

backinstock4 m ago

Quick question.What do you do with your towels now?Did you buy a treadmill?



free standing excerise bike; its more compact

MSK.5 m ago

I envy you so much. At this rate I'm going to have to pay someone to take …I envy you so much. At this rate I'm going to have to pay someone to take my cross trainer away.


Why is your trainer cross?

Nice one!

FREEZIN_WOLF4 m ago

Why is your trainer cross?


Because I hung my dirty clothes on it, then ignored it

bargain if you can get one in your area, even if you dont end up using it at least you wont lose much money selling it on

I don't want to be 'that guy' but it's only really a good deal if you have the strength of a small girl. The maximum weight is only 30kg

backinstock25 m ago

Quick question.What do you do with your towels now?Did you buy a treadmill?


Actually I did buy an treadmill lol. It was an electric fold up one. Ah yes, the vision of me running for miles while watching the TV spurred me on to buy that thing. Half of mile running later and my towel ended up on it and thats where it stayed until I freecycled it.

Sold out

Heat for the price but if you have some disc weights already I'd suggest a cheap pull down machine for about £75 from ebay. I've had one for about a year and it's been excellent. Do factor in a bit of money for a couple of attachments like a V-handle and single handle and it'll give you a lot more versatility than this machine would

kevindinsdale49 m ago

I don't want to be 'that guy' but it's only really a good deal if you have …I don't want to be 'that guy' but it's only really a good deal if you have the strength of a small girl. The maximum weight is only 30kg


This. Pointless machine if you can't add more weight than the 30kg stack, doesn't look like you can.

Perfect to hang my clothes off after a month

Useless and pointless. 30kg, really? If you are really planning to exercise get a proper power rack, bench, Olympic bar (6ft if space is limited) and olympic plates. Will definitely cost more but you will be able to do proper exercises i.e. squats, deadlifts, bench presses etc.

My budget set cost me around £300-350.

30kg? Is this for a small child. I bench 120kg.

Depending on how much you're willing to spend/ how serious you are. better to go for:

Olympic bar/weight set =£170
Squat rack= £90 (cheapest)
Decent bench=£90(not the cheapest but a decent one)

Unilimted exercises just about plus you can do the main compound exercises.

Get a pair of kettle bells instead. You will develop a far wider range of strength and fitness and they don't take up much room.

aajax4218 m ago

Get a pair of kettle bells instead. You will develop a far wider range of …Get a pair of kettle bells instead. You will develop a far wider range of strength and fitness and they don't take up much room.

What would you recommend and which is the cheapest

All of you guys posting about how useless this is, how about dropping a pic showing your progress? Guarantee that those going on about how it is for small girls just lug weights around with terrible form, chasing numbers for your ego over actual results.

As a former gym instructor/pesonal trainer and natural bodybuilder for 10 years without pumping pathetic substances into their system, this is plenty for good results when used for slow reps and/or high repetion sets in combination with bodyweight exercises.

thelight19742 h, 51 m ago

30kg? Is this for a small child. I bench 120kg.


Do you even lift bro

Lulwut9013 m ago

All of you guys posting about how useless this is, how about dropping a …All of you guys posting about how useless this is, how about dropping a pic showing your progress? Guarantee that those going on about how it is for small girls just lug weights around with terrible form, chasing numbers for your ego over actual results.As a former gym instructor/pesonal trainer and natural bodybuilder for 10 years without pumping pathetic substances into their system, this is plenty for good results when used for slow reps and/or high repetion sets in combination with bodyweight exercises.


Good point. Don't think many of the deal-hunters have enough time (and power) to run from one shop to another. Should be enough heavy to do some exercises after hours wasted at the computer.

Banned

31685201-TpuYk.jpgTaken in Gran canaria last week. Below is the equipment I used. I also do intermittent fasting, not too bad for a 35 year old. Could be better tho.
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Banned

31685205-4w5wO.jpgProbably a better example. This is on top of having 3 jobs. So with the right equipment at home and dedication it can be done.

respect wheres the cardio equipment or do the 3 jobs take care of that

DeanRiyami34 m ago

[Image] Probably a better example. This is on top of having 3 jobs. So …[Image] Probably a better example. This is on top of having 3 jobs. So with the right equipment at home and dedication it can be done.

You opened a account just to show your body

It's not pointless at all, that's just a comment from people who don't see beyond their own little world.
There are people out there with injuries, or recovering from illness or some older folk and many other people who would find this useful.

It's not always all about big gains.

Banned

No I've had an account for years but had to log in via Facebook as I forgot password.

My cardio is usually just 4 minutes HIIT every morning consisting of skipping. To be honest, diet is the main thing. I'm only running on about 1700 calories mind you. Thank you though pal.

Lulwut901 h, 58 m ago

All of you guys posting about how useless this is, how about dropping a …All of you guys posting about how useless this is, how about dropping a pic showing your progress? Guarantee that those going on about how it is for small girls just lug weights around with terrible form, chasing numbers for your ego over actual results.As a former gym instructor/pesonal trainer and natural bodybuilder for 10 years without pumping pathetic substances into their system, this is plenty for good results when used for slow reps and/or high repetion sets in combination with bodyweight exercises.



If the weight stack was bigger I would tend to agree but bench pressing 30kg isn't going to help many guys improve the amount of muscle they have. I normally do 6 reps each at 40,45,50,55,60kg on this kind of machine at the gym and I know that this is no great shakes.

19DembaBa193 h, 11 m ago

What would you recommend and which is the cheapest



It really depends on your strength and fitness. I now use a pair of 10kg kettlebells for a range of high intensity exercises( HIT) to keep fit and I have a 19kg for 'swings', a great all round exercise. If you are trying to achieve muscle mass, big arms, legs chest etc, then you really need free weights, but if you want to lose weight and tone up you will find kettlebells hard to beat. Take a look on you tube as there are some great routines posted on there.

19DembaBa193 h, 37 m ago

What would you recommend and which is the cheapest



aajax4225 m ago

It really depends on your strength and fitness. I now use a pair of 10kg …It really depends on your strength and fitness. I now use a pair of 10kg kettlebells for a range of high intensity exercises( HIT) to keep fit and I have a 19kg for 'swings', a great all round exercise. If you are trying to achieve muscle mass, big arms, legs chest etc, then you really need free weights, but if you want to lose weight and tone up you will find kettlebells hard to beat. Take a look on you tube as there are some great routines posted on there.




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