Home Gym Design

A home gym might be just what you need to find motivation to exercise. If you don't have a dedicated workout room, that's ok. Even a nook or a part of your garage or basement will do for many types of exercise.If pushing your way through a crowded gym sounds less than appealing, then building a home gym will be a worthwhile project. Along with location convenience, having your own gym at home means you can control cleanliness, choose the music, and spend as much time on the treadmill as you want.

While the initial cost of making a home gym can be high, you’ll save money on a fitness membership in the long run. The average gym membership in the U.S. is around $60 a month, and almost 67% of those memberships are unused.

Adding a workout room to your home can up more than your fitness game. It can also increase resale value! Even if a potential buyer doesn’t want to use the space for a home gym, simply having flexible square footage can provide good value for your home. Even the smallest of spaces can be turned into the ultimate home gym. Check out some exercise room design ideas and organizational hacks below!