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  • 7 week GPP template equipment requirements.

    Just checking I can run this program with the gear I have on hand since I train out of home.

    Rack + dip station and chin bars.
    Plates
    Straight bar x 2
    SSB
    Heavy bag
    Prowler
    Trap bar
    About an acre and a half of paddock on a slight incline.
    A set of 4, 12 and 16 kg kettle bells. Somewhere.

    No dumbbells
    No bike (stationary)
    No rower

    Good to go?

    Cheers.





  • #2
    The 7 week GPP hypertrophy template needs the following-Equipment-rack, barbell, free weights, bench, incline bench, optional: DBs, leg press, SSB

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    • #3
      That would be good to go then. Cheers.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Leah Lutz View Post
        The 7 week GPP hypertrophy template needs the following-Equipment-rack, barbell, free weights, bench, incline bench, optional: DBs, leg press, SSB
        How critical is the incline bench? I'm getting ready to start the 7 week GPP Hypertrophy template and I have a garage gym with everything except an incline bench.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by matt View Post

          How critical is the incline bench? I'm getting ready to start the 7 week GPP Hypertrophy template and I have a garage gym with everything except an incline bench.
          You can get away with out, and you can also live dangerously and rig one up with your flat bench. :-)

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          • #6
            Originally posted by matt View Post

            How critical is the incline bench? I'm getting ready to start the 7 week GPP Hypertrophy template and I have a garage gym with everything except an incline bench.
            You can improvise one up as Leah suggested, I know, I've tried it. But it only works on the slightest of angles. You quickly realize that little hinged pad that wedges your ass in place on a dedicated incline bench isn't just there for looks..

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            • #7
              Great, thanks!

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