Even checkout e-bay, I found a really nice set that I purchased a couple of years ago. At the time it seemed like much more then I could ever use but it gave me a goal that I'm finally starting to grow into.
I've found reasonable prices at Wal-Mart for dumbbells....they also had a slanted weight bench for $50.00. they may have racks too. The thing is if you order to be shipped, it is expensive because of the weight.
I have a slanted bench (with the padded foot-bar and it works in a stand-up type position or laying down type) that has a rack for dumbbell storage (2 sets) attached. very neat to store, but it's so old I can't remember where I got it....
STOP WHINING, SHUT YOUR MOUTH AND PUT ON YOUR SNEAKERS!
Try www.craigslist.org - check their "for sale" listings in the NY region and you can even post a "wanted" ad - it doesn't cost anything and it's LOCAL which will save money since shipping weight training equipment can get pricey to say the least.
Mrs. Jim Highest weight: 265 pounds, size 24/26 (May 1990)
May 1991: 174 pounds (-91 lbs)
September 1996: 155 pounds (-110 lbs)
*LIVING at: 145-149 pounds, size 4/6 (-116/120 lbs)
*Maintenance = LIVING.
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