When you're looking at weight training equipment, especially unconventional items that you may not know much about, it's important to know what you're getting. Is it good or is it bad?
This is not a place you're going to find reviews on stair machines and home gyms. This features relatively-unknown and unique pieces of training equipment that can make a HUGE difference in your training.
When it comes to training equipment, there's nothing more low-tech than a bag of sand (except maybe a rock!). Could sandbag training be the key you're looking for to take your physique to the next level? Find out here.
Bands are critical training tools for working with accommodating resistance, i.e. changing the resistance levels of the exercise based on the strength curve of the exercise. Find out why and how to use them for best results.
If you're interested in developing serious grip and forearm strength, will this piece of equipment do the trick for you? Fat Gripz are designed to snap onto the bar and allow you to do fat bar training without needing a fat bar. Do they work as advertised?
Grip assistance equipment, like wrist straps and lifting hooks, has been around for a long time. After all, who doesn't want to able to get more reps and use more weight NOW? Haulin' Hooks are a unique, new concept on the block. Learn how these new hooks stack up!
The steel mace is an ancient combat weapon repurposed for training. This review covers a number of the exercises and mobility drills you can do with a steel mace along with the best source to get one for yourself.
This is one of the most unique pieces of training equipment around...it's something you WEAR, making your body part of the apparatus. It's targeted for athletic training, fat-loss and muscle and strength building.
Want six-pack abs and a stronger core? The Ab Rollout is a key exercise. This uniquely designed ab training wheel allows you to hold your arms in a different position when doing the rollout. Good idea or gimmick?
This is a fully-enclosed version of minimalist footwear from Xero Shoes. This shoe is "gym approved," which allows you to get the benefits of better contact with the ground while also having better overall protection for your feet.
Adjustability is the hallmark of this unique training bar. You can adjust the angle of the handles as well as the width of the handles to customize it to your liking. And the variety of exercises you can do with it is HUGE!
If neck training is a priority for you, the Neck Flex is a piece of equipment you'll definitely want to check out. Very well constructed and versatile, the Neck Flex will allow you to work your neck safely and effectively.
When training at home, there are always limitations either in terms of space or budget that can make it tougher to squat. This yoke bar is designed to allowing squatting in complete safety, starting from the bottom position.
The Flexsolate Strap is a unique grip-assistance device in that it's NOT designed primarily to let you grip longer or stronger...it's designed to force your target muscles to contract more strongly by removing grip from the equation. Very interesting concept but does it hold up in the gym?
This is one of the most versatile pieces of home gym equipment you'll find on the market today, allowing you to perform all manner of exercises including tubing, bands, suspension exercises and stretches. The setup has a very small footprint that fits in ANY space...all you need is a solid wall to attach the anchors onto.
Whether you're working out at home or at the gym, the more versatile the equipment you have, the more exercises you can do and the better your results will be. Can something as elegantly simple as the "The Equalizer" crank up the intensity of your training? Find out now.
These unique hooks claim to have the ability to instantly increase the amount of weight you can handle with the dumbbell bench press and allow you to build bench press strength faster. Is it fact or fiction?
Learn exactly how much nutrition YOUR exact piece of food contains. This scale allows you to not only weigh food...it allows you to plug in a code saying what that food is so you get custom results based on exactly what you're weighing.
Can this unique piece of equipment help you get more out of your Front Squat with more effective load distribution over your shoulders? Does taking the shoulder pain our of Front Squatting with the Sting Ray kill your results?