Training Your Significant Other By Steve Goggins

[wpvideo evKCmlZQ] Steve Goggins is one of the unsung heros of the Iron Game. He has battled successfully against other legends such as Ed Coan and Kirk Karwoski. Goggins was the first to squat 1102 lbs in competition at a bodyweight of 263 lbs! He was also the first to squat 500 kilos and pull […]

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Weekly Motivation featuring Tony Horton’s Home Gym Set Up

Training in the garage by yourself is tough. You usually don’t have the camaraderie of other gym members to help push you.  To help out, we combed the web to find videos that will help motivate you to keep striving to be your best. Today’s video features Tony Horton, Mr. P90X, Power90 etc. himself, showing his […]

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Partners In The Gym; Partners In Life by John Greaves III

Should you train with your significant other?  My wife does triathlons, 5k races and bike rides. Her goals are to do a century ride. Mine are to squat 500, bench 350 and deadlift 600.  Doesn’t seem like something that would allow us to train together. But we make it work. To explain how, I have to […]

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Weekly Motivation featuring Sadie Jane Sabin

Training in the garage by yourself is tough. You usually don’t have the camaraderie of other gym members to help push you.  To help out, we combed the web to find videos that will help motivate you to keep striving to be your best.  It’s easy to believe that fit people were born that way […]

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Choosing A Soft Tissue Specialist by John Greaves III

Lifting is tough on the body.  Of course, not exercising can be just as bad for you, if not worse. Long hours sitting in the car, at a desk and on the couch all combine to create a host of problems in our hips and core.  Add in all of the time we spend hunched […]

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Matt Goodwin Helps You Transform Home Space Into a Home Gym

We have some awesome writers and athletes who contribute to Garage Gym Life. But we admit that we don’t know everything. So we scour the web to find the best articles from yesterday and today (we’d get them from the future as well but our DeLorean is in the shop) and bring you the links […]

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Garage Gear Guide: What Should I Spend My Paycheck On?

Garage athletes are often gear addicts. The money we save in gym memberships and drive time often gets sunk into this or that gadget either because they’re on sale or because we think it will save time/increase safety/improve performance/save money.  As my daddy once loves to say, “You can go broke saving money”.  In today’s […]

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Weekly Motivation featuring Dennis Rogers

Training in the garage by yourself is tough. You usually don’t have the camaraderie of other gym members to help push you.  To help out, we combed the web to find videos that will help motivate you to keep striving to be your best. Today’s video features Professional Strongman Dennis Rogers demonstrating strength on a level […]

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