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You never ever think anything like the Coronavirus would happen during our lifetime, but it did. And if you are one of those people who have to work from home or your place of employment is closed, then you will be spending a lot of time at home over the next few weeks. So what a perfect time to start setting up your home gym!
Before you start your home gym you will want to think about 3 major things. Your workout style, your space, and your budget. And in that order as well.
How you enjoy working out will determine your space layout and how you allocate your budget.
Blessed is the person who has a whole basement dedicated to the workout space. It is so much easier to plan in a big separate room than a tiny space. It is also more motivating when you have a separate space dedicated to fitness than a tiny corner of a room in a small apartment.
For larger spaces, consider the use of mirrors, area mats, motivational gym art for the walls,
For smaller spaces, think of furniture that could double up as storage. You may also consider filling the wall with shelves and racks that will store your new fitness equipment.
No matter what your budget it, there is a home gym that will work for you.
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Budgets $200 and under
Budgets over $200
The sky is the limit!! Do whatever you want. Do the research and find the best deal for your space.
BUY TODAY AND SPLIT THE COST OVER 52 WEEKS
Now there is another option to lease equipment. I never advise going into debt or taking on additional payments, but there are options to lease to own equipment. There's a company that ships their home gym equipment through Amazon. They offer a 52 weekly lease payment agreement with an Early Purchase Option. You can lease anything from medicine balls to rowing machines and other equipment. If you have the extra cash and don't mind weekly payments, you should visit Flex Shopper Online.
So whatever you finally decide to do, you should make sure your home gym is a reflection of you. This is your sanctuary to become a better healthier version of you. Make sure you fill your new space with many items that keep you inspired for your journey!
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