#2 – Make your space your own (Personalize).
Gyms often get this aspect totally wrong.
When it comes to setting up a home gym, personalization is crucial, and it may be one of the most essential aspects of sticking to your new training plan. This is your chance to have some fun and be creative!
The following are a few factors to consider:
- Posters / Art
- Motivational Quotes
- Colour/Theme Scheme
- Sound System
- Other things that are important to you
Posters are a good idea, especially if you’re a fan of certain sports or fitness figures. Who doesn’t appreciate an Arnold poster?
Any decorative lettering (which can be simply done D.I.Y.) on your home gym wall can look great and provide some personalization to balance out the emphasis on the workout.
The topic may or may not be important to you, but for some people, it can make a significant difference in their exercises and provide an excellent opportunity to express their creativity.
An inexpensive home gym may be personalized with a fresh coat of paint and a few minor accents, and it doesn’t have to cost a lot of money.
Custom lighting can be used to create a particular atmosphere or theme, and it is also a cost-effective option.
Have you ever wanted to go to a gym that is quiet, industrial, urban, or rural, but there isn’t one in your area? Make it on your own!
Most people love luxuries, which can be gathered over time.
Do you ever go to the gym and want a cold glass of water or a shake? Get yourself a little refrigerator.
Do you want to listen to music while lifting weights but don’t want to use headphones? Purchase a new audio system!
Do you want to work and also play hard? A new pool or ping pong table may be the solution.