A lot of you have asked what specific equipment, supplements, etc I use. I've tried many products over the years and these are the ones I would recommend.
Pull ups are one of the best compound exercises you can do but it can be hard finding a sturdy bar to use.
I like this one because I can easily throw it up and knock out a few sets and then take it down and toss it in my closet. No muss, no fuss.
For those of you short on space and cash (what student isn't?), adjustable dumbbell sets are a great compromise. I've tried a few and these are my favorite. Easy to swap out, good grips, and they look pretty cool.
After you've been lifting for a while, your hands become your weakest points, limiting how much weight you can work with. These hooks take a lot of the strain off of your hands to allow you to hit that new PR on deadlifts.
I like these over other hooks and straps because they're comfortable and don't slip around when I sweat.
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I got this as a gift a few months ago and it has totally replaced my regular watch.
I don't have to worry about sweating in it, I can make sure my heart rate stays up during my workouts, and they battery lasts for days.
It even knows when I start a workout so I don't have to remember to manually track it.