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58 ideas to plan and set up a home gym
Designing a home gym is not just a treadmill in the corner of the bedroom. The local gym nowadays has the best equipment you can afford but doesn't focus much on the design and decoration of the room. It would feel much better and motivated when the room is well lit, decorated interesting and tailored to your own taste. Here are some tips on how to plan and set up your home gym.
The right place for a home gym
Choose a suitable place in your home, preferably in a separate room like a guest room, basement, attic or garage. Be careful the flooring in the gym like wood and laminate flooring must be anti-slip material. For flooring, many also prefer soft carpet. The room also should be well ventilated by a window.
Personal fitness goals and fitness equipment for your home gym
The results you want to get from training should determine the purpose and the equipment in the room. If you want to build muscle mass, you need more space and equipment than when you practice the art of yoga. For a good workout, you must have the proper equipment for fitness. Buy the best equipment you can afford. If the equipment breaks down, you can lose motivation and give up on your goals. On the market there are fitness equipment that are both functional and decorative. Slowly put together your home gym with devices that meet your needs.
Create a welcoming environment
Decorate your home gym. Choose bright colors for a boost of energy or pastel and neutral colors such as sage green for a relaxed atmosphere. Hang your favorite photos of athletes or buy wall stickers with motivational slogans. If you can't afford a whole wall of mirrors several large standing mirrors are also a good alternative.
Pale yellow walls and dark wood floors
Two wall mirrors on a blue wall instead of a mirrored wall
Storage for towels and accessories
Print information on training
TV provides entertainment
Gym Balls and Mats