Most people looking to utilize a garage for gym equipment will be incredibly focused on filling the space with as much equipment as possible. Owning a garage gym is a hobby and also an addiction – once you start to add equipment, you’re almost never satisfied and quickly run out of usable space for everything. […]
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Most garages are not designed to be well-light areas. They are used to park a car and to store some items in most cases so having a full lighting system is not usually something that is factored in when garages are initially built. If you’ve started your own garage gym, chances are you’ve come across
Working out at home is great, you don’t need to wait for equipment to be free, you can purchase any equipment that you like, and you don’t even need to leave to the comfort of your home to get a solid workout in. Yes, there are numerous advantages to a home gym, however, it’s not
One of the biggest challenges when training in a garage gym is keeping it cool in the summer months. If you’ve been used to training in a commercial gym, you’ll be used to a constant, cool temperature at all times and that is because these gyms have invested thousands into both cooling and heating systems.
When training in a garage gym, something 99% of garage gym beginners will come across is an issue with dust. It’s not just dust that is an issue in most garage gyms but also the overall air quality in which you train. The most important thing that people look at when starting their own garage