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Posted by Pascal Landshoeft

Feb 21, 2020 9:00:00 AM

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Where to buy home gym

This is a quick overview of where to buy equipment for your home gym. If you want to go into details refer to the related articles in this post.
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Craigslist is a good source of material when you have time and don't mind to deal with people directly. This is probably the source where you will get your gym equipment the cheapest. If you are good at DIY and doing up things at home, this is probably one of the best places to look. If you are on a schedule, want new material and avoid dealing with people you do not know, Craigslist might not be the best bet for you. 


Ebay can be a good source especially for all kinds of accessories for your home gym. There are plenty of approved and peer-reviewed sellers and you can
determine whom you want to do business with or not. As with Craigslist supply is up to the sellers and relatively unpredictable. You will also most likely have to pay for the shipping of heavy equipment as most eBay sellers do not ship heavy equipment on a regular basis.


Amazon is similar to Ebay except that they have upped their game since they have taken over the delivery world by storm. Especially when you want to get all in one home gyms Amazon can be a good address for new equipment. Stock information is a bit more reliable and it is more likely that you will find a specialized vendor just for gym equipment. 

Rogue Fitness

Rogue Fitness has made its way via the Crossfit community to one of the top addresses for buying your professional home gym. Their space-efficient and high-quality designs have been pushing the boundaries of fitness equipment since they went into business. If you have the budget, you will find your dream home gym at Rogue and may even be able to design it. They regularly handle big item deliveries and have discounts and free shipping deals depending on how much you buy.

Titan Fitness

Titan Fitness is a low budget clone of Rogue Fitness. Their equipment is also mostly made in the US and they ship big items on a regular basis. While the price tags are lower than with Rogue the consistency of the quality of the Titan line has been repeatedly reported to be inconsistent. This goes especially for their finish around welds and colors. 


EliteFTS is one of the best stops for your powerlifting equipment. They stock specialty bars and racks specifically geared at lifters which move several hundred pounds on a regular basis. If you want the big heavy equipment to move 700 up to a 1000 pounds, this is the place to look. 

Kabuki Strength

Kabuki Strength is urn by powerlifter Chris Duffin. If you purchase from them you will support a fellow powerlifter and his team based in the US. Especially the Duffalo bar is a piece of equipment that gets consistent good recommendations across the lifter community if you have the spare change to afford it. 

Mark Bell

Mark Bell is most famous for running his YouTube channel with a huge following. Out of that, he invented the Sling Shot. The Slingshot simulates a bench press shirt without having to get into a bench press shirt. Think of it as a band which helps you to bench press more. From this, he developed how own online shop. ark Bell's online shop is a great address when you want to find the right wraps and protection for yourself for lifting.


There are many places where you can shop for your home gym equipment. The most important thing that you know what you want and why you want it so that the equipment you buy will not gather dust once it is delivered.

Topics: Rogue, Powerlifting, Barbell, Bench, Dumbbell, Rack, Diet