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Ken Leistner working on his garage gym, a place known for epic workouts, rain or shine, brutal temps irrelevant.Too many people get down about having to train in a crappy public gym.And theres nowhere I hate more than Times Square.I used to spend minutes in the gym each and every workout.When I go to someones house for the first time Im immediately drawn to their book shelf.Ken leistner, garage workout, ken waller, kettlebell, mental toughness, minimalist training, steve marjanian, underground home gym, wooden gymnastics rings October 11, 2011 by Zach Even - Esh 11 Comments I hear it ALL the time when it comes to Minimalist Workouts.For years I was a collector, a pack rat.On Saturday I promised to hit you up with some of the minimalist workouts that I learned from, jason Ferruggia.Let's jump right into the Read more.But a lot of it was just stuff.
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I tried the 70s Strength and Mass routine and loved itits still one of my favorites to this day. .Personally, Id love to a see a mass exodus of public gyms with people moving into real training facilities or starting their own garage gyms.As the title implies, these workouts are simpleat most three exercises. .If somehow I found a way to get the same daily diet on the island I can guarantee you I wouldnt lose any size, strength or power.It's cold in my garage, I bundle up Read more.Boxes and boxes of stuff.Filed Under: Articles, Kick Ass Business, Kick Ass Life, Motivation, muscle building, old school strength, Strength Building, Success, Zach's Workouts Tagged With: bodyweight workouts, busy man fitness, easy strength workouts, how to build muscle, minimalist training, minimalist workouts, real man fitness, recovery, short workouts, time.I boxed up most of them but there were certain books I wasnt ready to let go of just yet.
Some of the strongest guys in the world train in their garage or basement with minimal d no excuses.