My wife is buying this for me

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  1. Cachee0

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    http://www.titan-t1.com/titan/

    No more driving to the gym:)

    Getting a 650lb bb set + 1 extra bar

    50lb to 150lb dumbbell set:cool:

    and a elliptical machine and decline bench. All going into my new house it my own gym room:)

    http://www.newyorkbarbells.com/915348-hd.html
    $339.95 DD with rack Size: 22" X 40.5" X 26"H -620 lbs.

    http://www.newyorkbarbells.com/pro91305.html
    $299

    http://www.newyorkbarbells.com/9004.html
    $159.00

    http://www.newyorkbarbells.com/8145.html
    $189.00

    http://www.newyorkbarbells.com/5950.html
    $239.95

    http://www.newyorkbarbells.com/4510.html
    $599.99

    http://www.ironcompany.com/index.asp?PageAction=VIEWPROD&ProdID=1951
    $417.99 570lb set

    http://www.newyorkbarbells.com/9135br.html
    $39.95

    Option B

    total 2282.00 bucks, Plus I need to by another DB rack and more dumbbells I'll say another 800 bucks at the most.
     
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    Lucky bastard...

    How much?
     
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    How much for the Titan?
     
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    A transformer :run:
     
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    cossack Resident thread killer

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    u can die. :squint:
     
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    DCyamaha O-line found

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    holy shit, does it come iwth all of the necessary attachments? or od you need to add them on for a small price of one million dollars?
     
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    :rofl:



    Too bad it doesn't come with a spotter.
     
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    Holy. Shit.
     
  9. Leo95SE

    Leo95SE The OMINOUS one

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    wants you at home more huh.. i guess she already owns one of these...
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    :big grin:
     
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    without the weights or bars etc, wow that ain't cheap, but it would be nice, enjoy and yes i am jealous

    Titan T1 Loaded Model Includes:
    Cable Cross-over (includes D-grip handles)
    Low-Pulleys
    Leg Extension/Leg Curl
    Preacher Curl/Lower Back Machines
    Ab Flexor/Leg Raise
    Dumbbell Spotter
    Leg Pulley Rear
    Diamond plated foothold attachments can be used for the following exercises:
    • Seated Leg Press (high position) - Place in the higher position for working the lower quadriceps muscles.
    • Seated Leg Press (low position) - Place in the lower position for working the upper quadriceps muscles.
    • Vertical Leg Press - attached to the carriage system for working the full quadriceps muscles.
    • Low Rows - attached to brace the feet while working the back muscles.
    • Back Extensions - If you have a fitness ball, the footholds can be used to hold and stabilize you while performing various exercises such as back extensions or sit-ups.
    Sliding Incline / Decline Bench - Allows the bench to quickly be centered for each exercise ensuring symmetrical for each arm or leg depending on the exercise. It also eliminates the task of repeatedly standing, moving and then sitting again to see if the bench is positioned correctly. Instead, all you need to do is simply glide the bench forward by pushing with your legs to the position you desire and then lock the bench into position.
    • Adjusts to 15°, 30°, 45°, 60°, 75°, or 90°
    • Used for multiple exercises such as incline bench press, decline bench press, flat bench press, leg press, leg curl, leg extensions, and many more.
    Counter-balance System: allows resistance for the following exercises to be reduced down to as low as 1 pound:
    • Assisted Pull-ups
    • Assisted Dips
    Cable Bars and accessories - Included with the Titan are these bars and accessories:
    • Lat pull-down bar - constructed of solid steel with heavy duty, durable grips
    • Straight bar for cable - constructed of solid steel with heavy duty, durable grips
    • Cable clips
    • Cable extensions
    • Collars for olympic bar
    Preacher Curl Attachment - can be easily attached to the bench for one-arm preacher curls or EZ bar curls.
    Pull-up attachments - two pull-up attachments can be attached to suit your preference (wide, narrow, straight or angled) and are constructed of solid steel.
    Cushioned Shoulder Pads - which make squats and standing calf raises comfortable and easy. These attachments can also be widened or narrowed to fit your preference.
    Accessory Tree - easily organizes and stores all of your attachments.
    Video CD / Chart
    • Assembly instructions for the Titan from uncrating to full assembly.
    • Video instructions on exercises
    • Chart showing the most popular exercises, which is permanently affixed to the machine for quick reference.
    A quick reference list of what the Titan Loaded Model Includes: Two sets of foot plates for vertical and seated leg press
    Sliding incline bench
    Lat pulldown bar
    Angled tricep bar
    Double grip handles for low row
    Counter balance system
    Padded knee support for assisted pullups
    Preacher curl attachment
    Pull up handles
    Cushioned shoulder attachment for squats
    Standing calf raise
    Locking push/pull exercise handles
    Dip bar handles
    Safety spotter racks
    Accessory tree
    Attachment clips
    Extension cables
    Instructional CD
    Extra Features that are included with Titan Loaded model
    Cable crossover
    Low pulleys
    Leg extension/leg curl
    Preacher curl/lower back machine
    Ab flexor
    Decline bench leg lock attachment
    Dumbbell spotters
    Rear high/low pulley

    Titan Construction:
    • 11 Gauge carbon steel provides superior strength and durability. The Titan uses steel gauge similar to what's found on the higher priced commercial equipment. Note: a lower number (i.e. 11 gauge) is heavier duty than 12 gauge steel for comparison purposes.
    • Components and assemblies are shot-blasted, buffed, and inspected prior to powder coating. This, along with precision machining ensures smooth operation and a perfect fit when assembling your machine.
    • All paint is applied using an electro static powder coat oven baked process along with a special textured finish that resists chips and scratches.
    • The frame and all components are hand welded by EWA certified welders then followed with a comprehensive inspection and quality control checklist to insure the highest strength and durability possible. Note: The Titan is handcrafted to ensure quality throughout. 120 man-hours go into each machine and an additional 10 hours for all options.
    • Oversized 1.2 inch solid guide rods (the largest/strongest of any similar machine in the industry) are mated with special sealed ball bearing Teflon rollers. This unique system provides a smooth gliding action and is virtually maintenance free. This ensures your machine will function trouble free for many years to come. No other machine on the market uses this technology.
    • 2000 pound aircraft quality steel cables provide high tensile strength and durability.
    • Nylon pulleys with sealed ball bearings provide smooth, reliable operation.
    • All accessories (Lat Pulldown bar, Straight bar, cable clips, cable extensions, collars for the Olympic bar, safety spotters and weight plate posts) are included as standard equipment.
    • Weight plate posts are milled out of stainless steel instead of chrome plating found on competing machines. This ensures durable operation over the life of the machine without fear of chipping and breakdown commonly seen after only a couple years on chrome treated designs.
    Note: Olympic Bar and weight plates must be purchased separately. * An Olympic bar is required for operation of the Leg Extension/ Leg Curl Option.
    Weights/Dimensions:
    L X W X H: 98.4" x 106.2" x 87.7"
    With bench all the way out the depth is 98.4" and with the bench in it is approximately 80".
    Titan T1 - Loaded Model: 1322 lbs
    Note: These weights do not include a barbell or weight plates.
    Warranty:
    Frame: Lifetime
    Cables and Pulleys: Two years
    Upholstery: One year
    Shipping Dimensions: 78" x 37" x 24" (one crate only)- 1,278 lbs.
    Free Shipping Special!
    Shipping cost included within the lower 48 states only
     
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    4,499 shipped! with out weights but all the options..
     
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    :eek3:

    That's seriously about 10 years worth of gym memberships.

    And you're not getting cardio equipment, a pool, spotters, etc.



    That's a bad-ass piece of equipment, but I don't see the value unless you're an anti-social hermit... ;)
     
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    I love this hobby so it's worth it for me. I'm still shopping for the rest of the stuff. But this is the core of my home gym. I'm sick of driving to the gym waiting to use shit and getting looks from the meatheads. Plus when we have a baby it is just easier for us to work out at home. And the fact that I have a huge house with more rooms then I have in my house now..
     
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    1,278 pounds... holy shit
     
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    fuck that thing seriously looks scary. why not just get a rack/bench
     
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    you could buy a monolift rack and other shit from elite, for less, fuck thta noise...
    That thiung sux

    I YOU WANT THE BEST GO ELITE nothing better
     
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    Cachee0 OT's Technical Recruiter, Send me your resume

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    I value my time, and My gym costs me 120 per month plus gas for my car ware and tare of the car, 15min to drive 4 miles and 15min to drive back. 10min saying hello to everyone. 5min to wonder why the fuck is everyone in the gym doing curls in the squat rack it goes on and on.

    And yes I like the idea of a anti-socail big ripped mean mother fucken hermit.:)
     
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    I was thinking that but this is a whole gym in one unit and it fits perfectly into the room I'm going to be using.
     
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    Got links? there is nothing that compares to this out there..
     
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    Cachee0 OT's Technical Recruiter, Send me your resume

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    My house has a pool so done.. Cardio getting a tredmill for the wife and a elliptical for me. Spotters? I'm a loaner I never have a spotter or work out with anyone..
     
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    Haha. Whatever works for you.


    In your case, this seems like a good purchase. Congrats.
     
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    it's true :wtc:
     
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    LIGHTWEIGHT!!!!!111

    bad form
     
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    how is it bad form?
     
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    Huge Evil Robot Must not sleep, must warn others

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    knees sticking out front, shit arch in the back, nowhere near parallel
     
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