There are many benefits of setting up a gym at home. You can work out whenever you want, don’t have to pay exorbitant gym membership fees and not to forget, no more communicate to the gym and back every day.
If you agree with us and are keen to setup a gym at your home but not sure where to begin, then the below mentioned six steps will guide you.
Pick a location
If you don’t have an entire room to allocate then just begin with an area off a current room and design it as a workout space.
What’s your budget?
You don’t need to empty your bank to set up the gym in the beginning. Conditional on the type of apparatus you wish to have, you will have to shell out accordingly. We recommend that you begin with the most important item first, like a treadmill to cross trainer. Steadily you can add weights, a pull up bar etc.
Decide upon equipment
There are many equipment’s available in the market but once you have decided your workout plan, purchase accordingly. For example, you have options such as an elliptical, treadmill, rowing machine and stationary bike. But if your space is constricted then opt for an all in piece of equipment for a complete body workout.
Mirror, Mirror on the wall
Don’t forget to add a mirror on the walls of your gym and it should be large enough to see your full body. Looking at yourself during a workout is the only way to guarantee that you are performing every workout with precise method and form.
Entertainment is Important
Exercising regularly or certain moves can get monotonous. Thus, to break through the boredom of some workouts, plinth a flat screen to a wall and bring in a stereo.
Source of motivation
Poster of your favourite athlete, body builder or someone you look upto can be a source of inspiration during workouts. Do whatever it takes to add elements of motivation in your home workout space to keep the journey fun and interesting.
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