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10/23/2014 9:04:42 AM - Brandon
Ok you have a really good point, thank you for your response, I wouldn't want to go and buy it twice, I'd love to have elite fts equipment anyways, I suppose I'll have to just save up and spend the extra few dollars. SO one more question if I may, if i'm going to be training out of a garage I'll only have minimum space to work with but I will have room outside for use of a prowler, but my question is what should I focus on getting? As of now I'm focused on a squat rack and dumbbells at bare minimum but I want to make sure I have a decent amount of equipment like boxes, bands, chains and maybe a cable machine to give a solid workout to athletes and general public. Any recommendations ?


You can get everything that you need to with clients done with a minimum investment to begin with.

All you NEED is a Power Rack and a Texas Power Bar.

As you get more revenue you can begin to add more equipment.

I strongly suggest the you get dumbells and an
elitefts™ GHR - Glute Ham Raise as your next pieces.

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