The Ultimate Guide to building a home gym
This is an overview of example designs and ideas for building your own home gym. Each one is unique and special. Take the measurements and be clear in the intent of the room you are creating. I hope this provides answers for the first view basic questions for you to then dive deeper. You can always contact me for questions at email@example.com.
- Which belt to buy from Rogue
- Which barbell to buy from rogue
- Which rack to buy from Rogue over $1000
- Which rack to buy from Rogue for under $1000
- Which plates to buy from Rogue
- Which strength equipment to buy from Rogue
- Which conditioning equipment to buy from Rogue
- Which Equipment package to buy from Rogue
- Which accessory to get from Rogue
- Which jump rope to get from Rogue
- Which bench to get from rogue
- Which dumbbell to get from Rogue
Why have a home gym
How to design your home gym
- What material should you get?
- Where to place things?
- What will the landlord say?
- Can I DIY this?
Survey the area
- From the house to the gym shed
- From the house to the rest of the garden
- From the gym shed to the house
- From the gym shed to the rest of the garden
- From your neighbors to the gym shed
- From the gym shed to the neighbors
Windows and Doors
Heat, air, electricity, and water
- Which color should they have?
- What do you want to put on them?
- Will you hang equipment on the walls?
- How do the walls interplay with the floor?
How to set up home gym
How to create your home gym
What flooring for home gym
Can you put a home gym upstairs
Not attaching anything to the wall
Not attaching anything to the floor
Exercise mats to dampen deadlift noise