3 Quick DIY Additions for every Garage Gym

Here are three quick DIY additions every Garage Gym Owner can build in a weekend. It will make your garage gym workouts more effective, offer much needed assistance work, and create variety to your training. Log in to see how you can add these to your home gym in one afternoon!

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MICHAEL VOLKMAR, MS, CSCS, PES, CPT, received his master’s degree in Exercise Science with a specialization in Exercise, Nutrition, and Eating Behavior from George Washington University (GWU). In 2001, Mike started his well-traveled path in Sports Performance Training at the Junior College level (OCC, Onondaga, NY) working with the baseball team. He worked for three years as the Strength and Conditioning Coach at GWU, first with the Single A affiliate (High Desert Mavericks) of the Milwaukee Brewers, and later season with the Double A affiliate (Harrisburg Senators) of the Washington Nationals, before moving on to spend one year at the International Performance Institute of IMG Academies, FL. Mike continued his professional development by becoming the Director of Strength and Conditioning at the APEX Academies. Currently, Mike is the strength and conditioning coach at the Peddie School. A Division I baseball player during his undergraduate career, Mike is an amateur powerlifter with a passion for all things fitness. Mike has advanced specialty certifications in strength and conditioning, post-rehab exercise, athletic development, and sports medicine. He is a NSCA New Jersey State Advisory Board Member. Train with Coach Volkmar in the Summer: Summer Program Check out my books on Amazon: The Mobility Workout Handbook Tabata Workout Handbook, Volume 2 The Garage Gym Bible The Dumbbell Workout Handbook Other Media: GetFitNow Training & Conditioning Magazine IHeartRADIO Podcast



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