Ross Enamait – This guy should be the Garage Gym poster child. Ross Enamait is passionate about being able to train anywhere, with just about anything. With an emphasis on the combat athlete, Ross strives to simplify the often confusing world of strength and conditioning with low-tech solutions that can be used by athletes who lack access to fully equipped gymnasiums. His website, Rosstraining.com is a great reference for motivation or how to build/improvise equipment alternatives to more expensive stuff. Want to do Ab wheel rollouts at work? Check out this video of Ross using an office chair. How about using tires as an outdoor alternative to a boxing heavy bag? Watch this. The channel has playlists devoted to Training Philosophy/Discussions, Equipment tutorials/demos and trailers for the DVD products Ross sells.
Garagegymfanatics – My biggest complaint is they didn’t have a cool logo I could put here. That is unforgivable. But, this YouTube channel is a good place to find out the difference between the EliteFTS GHD and the Rogue GHD. It’s also a nice place to learn how to refurbish equipment purchased on Craigslist for resale or use in your own gym. The channel is still fairly new but they also give you the option of posting pictures of your own garage setup on their Instagram page so the world can show you some love or burglars can window shop before they come over.
Garage Gym Guy This site has some exercise tips but it’s primarily aimed at the aspiring do it yourselfer who either has to build equipment or chooses to as a preference. It’s designed as , a central place for people who have or want to build their own Garage Gym. It contains tutorials and commentary on building your own equipment, along with some commentary about training. The site owner spent several years building houses while going to university for Technical Writing, where I specialized in instructional documentation. It’s a good site but gets honorable mention because it doesn’t seem to have been updated since he did a how to on refurbishing an Ab Hyper Bench in August 2015. Hopefully he’ll be back once the vacation is over.