Journey Gym in a Briefcase
- Power Press Push Up - Complete Push Up Training System - $49.99
- Tony Horton's P90X3 Base Kit - $139.80
- Resistance Band Set with Door Anchor & Ankle Strap - $29.99
- Portable Stripper Fitness Pole - $134.95
- Shaun T's FOCUS T25 Base Kit - $139.80
Getting a Journey Gym isn't quite as good as getting a briefcase full of unmarked hundred dollar bills, but it's better than getting a briefcase full of performance data you have to enter by hand into an Excel spreadsheet. Or, say, a briefcase full of photos showing your girlfriend boning her personal trainer because you've put on 15 pounds in beer weight just since football season started.
The Journey Gym is a portable fitness buddy stuffed with all the cardio and strength-building equipment one needs to get an arm-pumping, gut-cutting, ass-blasting workout from anywhere. Contents including resistance bands and the unfolded case itself as a platform are ideal for circuit and high-intensity interval training, formats designed specifically to push users' limits in 5 to 20 minutes per day.
Journey Gyms hold 30 resistance bands, 5 for each side of the platform, plus 10 more to swap out. Bands attach to adjustable handles and provide between 5 and 75 pounds of resistance per side. Use them to do anything from bicep curls and shoulder raises to bench presses and squats. The briefcase also contains a full set of legs that raise the platform into a high step for aerobic and plyometric moves.