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  1. Funny Gym Photo from 2017. This was taken when I used to train in my Garage.

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  2. My First Ever Garage Gym Workout In my new home. Looking back, I'm really glad I took a photo of this training log session, dated Mon 4, Nov, 2013. I've even included the duration of the workout lol. I had just recently purchased my house and was excited to clear the garage of spiders and start working out. I love how I've added notes at the bottom... "Buy a radio"....."Buy a mirror" ha ha. Brilliant. I eventually did. At that point in time, I had basic equipment, but it got the job done! Anyone else keep a training diary of past workouts? If you want to read more about my

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  3. Let me start by saying this article is not about providing only positive comments about Ironmaster to simply make some "commission" money back from referred sales... this Ironmaster review and any other product review on this website, regarding gym equipment in general, no matter the brand, will always be truthful and honest. Expect no bullshit from Strength Oldschool. No company is perfect, there will always be something negative to say regarding either the product, the delivery service, customer service, how a company's website has been designed (user friendly etc) or whether the website con
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