Just Completed My Home Gym! *Pics*

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  1. ASEGSEA Guest

    Hey guys, I just -nearly- completed my home gym. Home gym as in gym for jiu-jitsu and boxing, not for getting ripped and diesel.

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    There will be a wrecking ball up soon, additional wall padding, and just some overall cleanup of all that crap in the back, but it's not bad for a days work.

    I anyone's interested, I took full pics along the construction of the judo floors. Edit: http://www.sherdog.net/forums/f16/just-completed-my-home-gym-pics-1383253/index2.html#post44381595 link to the judo floors. I'll post a complete instructional later, maybe, if there's interest.

    Let me know what you guys think!

    EDIT: A more updated shot with that crap organized, the speaker and amp set up, and the wall padding added.
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    The gear is just kind of hanging out until we get a bookshelf to store it on nice and organizedly. The blue tubs? Well, a garage is still a great place for miscellaneous crap like wires and old speakers...
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  2. chino3 Purple Belt

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    looks killer! how did that whole mat situation go? :lol:
     
  3. smittaayymma Green Belt

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    niceee can i come train?
     
  4. ASEGSEA Guest

    My Asian must be coming out because I just Engrished the title

    :redface:
     
  5. ASEGSEA Guest

    I just went with Zebra Puzzle mats. They offered them for more than 50% off, so I couldn't say no. The GetRung mats will be my wall mats.
     
  6. ECS123 Purple Belt

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    Looks great! Really nice job.

    :icon_chee
     
  7. right hand lead Purple Belt

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    very nice!
     
  8. johnnyvtx Orange Belt

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    Did you have to raise the floor or is it just more padding?
     
  9. seiken88 White Belt

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    Looks great. I am interested in how you did the floor. Also, if you don
     
  10. bleaK Blue Belt

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    I gotta wonder about cost as well..
     
  11. Tone C Silver Belt

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    nice job again
     
  12. Long Nguyen Amateur Fighter

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    very awesome...does the bag get in the way when your grappling??
     
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    VERY impressed :D and those mats were a steal!!!! Enjoy :)
     
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    Looks good.
     
  15. Soul_of_Rage Purple Belt

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    how much did the mats cost?
     
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    Very nice man
     
  17. ASEGSEA Guest

    There is plenty of mat to roll around on without running into the bag. The mats space is larger than the picture seems. However, the bag is removable, without being easy to unhook while doing bag drills.
     
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    There is an inch of styrofoam (used in wall insulation), half an inch of plywood, and an additional 3/4 inch styrofoam under the mats. I'll post pics in a bit.
     
  19. ASEGSEA Guest

    These are the Zebra Puzzle mats at a discount, so they were $520 + $80 shipping. Expensive I know. My roommate and I split the bill evenly, so it wasn't too big a dent.
     
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