Property Insights: Setting Up a Home Gym

July 14, 2016
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, In the era of rapidly increasing fast food chains and drastic change in lifestyles, it is becoming quite a task to keep and stay fit. While getting a gym membership may not be everyone’s cup of tea due to different work schedules and the cost implication involved, you can stay fit without ever having to leave the house.

All you need to do is set up a small home gym and get your work out on. Here’s how.

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Space
Get a room that will allow you plenty of space to move around and do what you need to get done. This also entirely depends on your choice of workout.

Equipment
While not entirely essential, you could invest in a treadmill or set of weights to help you along. As you start off, buy what you need and not what you hope to use. As your training gets better, you could add more machines as you go. A radio in the room would be nice as some people use music to focus, and so would a TV if you want to go the pre-made work out route.

Trainer
While personal trainers may cost a pretty penny, it would be worthwhile to get someone experienced in the field so that you get the best out of your workout. Have him/her stop by once a week to train with you and point you in the right direction.

Keep it organized
If the room you pick to use as the gym is multi functional, such as the living room, figure out where to store away your equipment after use. This will not only keep you organized, but will keep the kids safe, if you have little ones in the house.

Training alone might get boring or lonely;invite a friend over to chat as you work out. Not only will you motivate each other,but you get to catch up as you work out.Your home gym doesn’t have to be fancy, it just has to work for you.

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