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BY MIKE GILLETTE
HOW TO CONSTRUCT YOUR OWN PORTABLE, ADJUSTABLE SUSPENSION GYM FOR LESS THAN $20!
If you’re reading this, congratulations! That means you’re the proud owner of the Savage Strength Training System. So now that you have both the Savage Strength Manual and the Savage Strength Workouts, you should be ready to go. But wait… Did you already read Special Report #1? Where I show you how to set up your own home gym for practically nothing? Okay good. But I know that some of you still like to train at a commercial gym… or the ‘Y’… or some other place that is definitely a gym. Hey that’s great. But if this is you, then you’ve also been wondering how you can do all of those cool exercises that I showed you at your gym. Because you’ve already figured out that no gym is going to let you bring in your own chains and start attaching them to all of that gym’s pretty equipment! So what you need is a cheap, portable, lightweight and soft (so it doesn’t scratch equipment) version of the chain rig I showed you. But you still need it to be completely adjustable and strong enough to train on. Don’t worry, I have you covered. First things first, here’s your next list… • two 9’ lengths of nylon rope (minimum breaking strength 1,500 lbs) • two 4’ lengths of nylon rope (minimum breaking strength 1,000 lbs) • two 4” x 1.25” sections of plastic pipe Note: Putting this all together will require tying several knots. Now I have provided you with a ton of photos to show you exactly how to do this. And the easiest way for you to do all this is to simply follow along with the photos. It will actually be faster than reading through the instructions. And if you do get stuck, you can always go back and doublecheck the instructions too. But since I know you’d rather just get this thing rigged up and start your workout, I suggest you try it the ‘fast way’ first.
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I was able to find all of these items at my neighborhood hardware store and all together it cost less than $20. I expect that you will be able to find these items at either a local hardware store or one of the nationally-known home improvement centers. So let’s take a look at what we’ve got by laying everything out on the floor…

Here’s the rope we will be using. The 8’ lengths are shown above and the 4’ lengths are pictured below…

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Above you can see the two pieces of plastic pipe. Look for these in the plumbing section. Don’t go longer than a length of 4” but look for a diameter that…