Since we specialize in garage gym builds, we equally specialize in garage gym workouts. That means, making the most out of your space and equipment.
This program written here is an example of a routine you can do with a basic garage gym setup. In one of our latest blog posts, we go over all of the equipment for the basics. Click here to read it, and get a sense of what you would need, and how much it would cost.
It's worth noting that, the split you see below, and the lifts I do that day are more of a guide. I start with that, and just make up a superset workout with that I can. Afterall, it's a small space. So, I pick 3-5 'stations' and ultimately do as many reps as I can at each station, and as many rounds as I can until I gas out. I also track each workout.
Daily Warmup - churn that butter baby
Foam roller, whole back side of body and hips
Lacrosse ball/theragun on sore spots
With a band on the pull-up bar, stretch shoulders and chest
15 air squats
15 push ups
Warm up with bar and power lift of the day
Since we always start with a powerlift, we rotate with the following round and reps each time we circle back to a lift. For example, if I deadlift one week, I'll do 4 rounds of 7 reps. Then, the next time I do deadlifts, I'll do 5 rounds, for 5 reps. Then continue to circle through the following list, and start over.