Homemade Equipment and Training Links

By Ross Enamait - Published in 2007

In addition to the articles available on this site, there is a large forum with several thousand members. To those unfamiliar with the board, we (myself and other members) have compiled a list of several useful links from around the web.

Below, I have provided links to five of the primary categories. Although I have not reviewed each of the links within these threads, I am sure that you will find at least some of the material useful. The message board is FREE so I encourage you to browse through the material, and interact by asking questions and sharing your own experiences.

Click the images below to be directed to the appropriate section within the forum.

This section offers countless options for homemade exercise equipment. This link has received well over one hundred thousand views since it was first created. You can find ideas for building almost anything here.

This section was created entirely by members of the forum. Each week a member contributes a new workout to this section. Each workout is then archived. If you are looking for sample conditioning workouts, you can find plenty here.

This section serves as a general compendium for the strength and conditioning section of the forum. Resources are suggested and then added by members of the forum. You can find loads of information pertaining to topics such as strength training, conditioning, and rehab.

This section provides links to several boxing related resources. If you need to find a gym in your area or are looking for some literature on the sport, this link will help you get started.

This section contains tutorials on several MMA related topics such as grappling, Muay Thai, military combatives, and more.

About the Author - Ross Enamait is an innovative athlete and trainer, whose training style is among the most intense that you will find. Ross is committed to excellence and advancements in high performance conditioning and strength development. He has a sincere interest in helping today's athlete in their quest for greatness.

Ross has authored several training manuals, and operates a training business in the New England area. Feel free to contact him at [email protected], and follow his regular updates at www.rosstraining.com/blog