How to find Workouts you can do with the Equipment you have

The Main Menu
  • Select “Pick Your Equipment” from the main menu (or click here) to open a list of workouts pre-filtered to exclude most equipment.
  • Click the “Filters” icon — this is where you’ll set your equipment preferences
Filters
  • Click the “Equipment” section of the Filters menu (to reveal the list of equipment already pre-excluded for you)
Click to reveal the Equipment Filters
  • Click the little ‘x’ next to any piece of equipment you do have (to remove it from the list of excluded equipment).
    Seems backwards — but this is the *hack*
    . Don’t add any equipment to the “include” field.
Remove your equipment from the list of excluded equipment.
  • When you’re done, click “Search”
Click “Search” to see your workouts
  • You’ll get a list of popular workouts you can do with the equipment you do have.
Example: 2700+ workouts with just a Barbell, Jump Rope, a Kettlebell, and my bodyweight (as of August, 2020)
  • IMPORTANT: Bookmark the page before you click away. This way you can come back to this workout list any time (you’ll only have to to pick your equipment this once)!
How to save your filtered workouts in Chrome on your iPhone or iPad
How to bookmark your filtered workouts in Chrome on your desktop or laptop

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