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Bodybuilding Routine at Home
You don't have to join a gym to make great progress in bodybuilding. I have trained at home most of my life, I prefer it to training in a commercial gym, having to deal with crowds, waiting for equipment, and the occasional jerks you might run into.
Bodybuilding at home has many benefits, such as you can train anytime you want, you can listen to any type of music you want (or no music at all), you never have to wait to use the equipment, and you never have to deal with anyone that you don't want to invite into your home gym.
You can put your gym in your basement, garage, spare room, barn, etc.
To get a really good workout, you should get the minimally get the following pieces of equipment:
1) Adjustable barbell and dumbbell set, with extra weight plates.
2) Weight bench that includes incline and leg extension and leg curl attachment.
3) Squat rack or power cage.
4) Doorway chin-up bar.
You can work all of your body parts and reach a very high level of development with just the above, but if you have the space and can afford it you may also want to add a lat pull down low row machine, leg press, pec deck, seated calf, etc. With the high prices that gyms are charging these days all this equipment will pay for itself in a very short time.
The following is a good home bodybuilding routine for a working person who doesn't have a lot of time to train:
Chest and Back
Incline bench press
Legs, Calves and Abs
Shoulders, Biceps and Triceps
Barbell shoulder press
Dumbbell lateral raise
Lying triceps extension
Overhead triceps extension
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