Let’s call it what it is—working out is literally the worst. Thus, having to take extra time out of your day to travel somewhere to work out. Hence, is enough to make you want to skip exercising altogether. But, if your gym is in your house. Thus, that makes it a little bit easier to get motivated. Exercise equipment is often the antithesis of chic. So, you’re going to have to get creative with how to make it look polished.
Make space to exercise at home by transforming your extra square footage into a workout zone. So, no worries if you don’t have a bonus room. Hence, even a nook or empty corner just big enough for your kind of training. Thus, could become a spot to work up a swear. So, here are a couple of ideas to fitting a gym into your home.
If you want to make sure you actually sneak in regular sweat sessions, you’re going to need a schedule. Hang up a white board and use it to plan your monthly workouts. Pro tip: Fun colors make exercise a little less painstaking.
Your Pinterest quotes board is finally coming in handy. Add motivational sayings to your wall so you have something to keep you going when you’re ready to call it quits.
Freestanding lockers and a shower door hanging give this spare room so much character. If it looks like an actual gym, you might take the task more seriously.
Liven up your home gym with color and pattern. From the fan to the blue floor, to the wall art—this room is getting us amped up already.
Architectural details give the gym in this newly built house by Cedar Hill Custom Homes plenty of old-timey character. The brick walls and exposed beams epitomize industrial style. Vibration mats placed under the exercise equipment keep the wood floor protected.