If you want to build your home gym, you have to be a little strategic.
First, even though it seems logical, you can't just throw in your house whatever there is in the local gym. Most people can't afford to build a home gym that big and fancy.
Second, what happens if you need to move? It would be quite a hassle to move those heavy, bulky machines from place to place.
So this week, let's talk about the core elements of building a home gym.
Among various factors, the following 3 are what we found to be the most important.
No one wants to exercise in a 5 ft2 room. We want to be able to move around freely without restrictions.
So what's good of a home gym if there's too much equipment to move around?
One good example is dumbbells. Before the adjustable dumbbells exist, people often buy separate sets of dumbbells of various weights. From 1lb, 5lbs, to 35lbs, they have them all.
The problem is, many small dumbbells will take up a lot of space!
So it's best to combine all weights into one. And that's how the idea of the adjustable dumbbells was born.
Not only that, it also allows the user to add up different weights to their desired level, which is not something 20 sets of dumbbells are able to do.
So look for something that's compact so it can saves you some space.
By efficiency, we mean what's the most you can get out of an equipment if you use it.
Multi-functionality is also something we need to look for in an equipment.
By combining many functions into one equipment, we can use them much more effectively.
For example, a tread mill is only good for running and jogging. Whereas a dumbbell can be used for so many weight lifting exercises, especially if it's weight adjustable.
With the adjustable dumbbells, you can do biceps curls, triceps extensions with smaller weights or even bench press with heavier weights.
Finally, we need equipment that last long and not break down after just a few weeks of usage. Especially if you're building the gym at home for long term.
This is what we value the most at H2O Infused Fitness.
Our manufacturers are are 10+ years experienced in the industry.
Many of them also work with many other big fitness brands such as Bowflex. So, they know exactly what needs to be done to achieve premium durability.
To recap, these are the factors that you need to look for in an equipment if you're serious about building a home gym for long term.
2. Efficiency / Multi-functionality
And you can totally achieve that here at H2O Infused Fitness. Many of our equipment are compact, multi-functional, and durable for many years to come.
So start building your home gym today with us. If you have any concerns, don't hesitate to reach out for help.
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