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Maintaining a consistent workout routine can be tough when you do not have regular access to a fitness center. However, you don’t need a stand-alone room to create an at-home workout space of your own. Check out these examples of the home gym potential that exists in the shared spaces of average sized spare bedrooms, basements, garages, and loft spaces. 
Invest in yourself. Invest in a consistent workout routine. Count on Power Systems for the long-lasting, commercial grade fitness equipment to intensify your at-home workouts. 

GARAGE GYM

GARAGE GYM

Many people turn to their garage to begin a home gym project. However, you don’t have to leave both cars out in the cold to make it happen. In this example, we used 1/2 of an average sized 2-car garage to show you how much really fits into this space. 
 
 

SPARE ROOM GYM

SPARE ROOM/OFFICE GYM

A guest room or home office space can double as a home workout studio. Start by selecting the equipment that is most important for you to maintain a consistent workout routine at home without sacrificing too much floor space.

 
 

ATTIC/LOFT GYM

ATTIC/LOFT GYM

Not sure if your loft space is big enough to host your home workouts? You might be surprised what you can fit into these sometimes awkwardly shaped areas. All you really need is about 6’ x 8’ of floor space to get an effective workout in at home.
 
 

BASEMENT GYM

BASEMENT GYM

Finished or unfinished – a basement can be a great place to start your home gym. This hidden gym in your home can be a dedicated workout space all its own - or a functional shared space with storage or living areas.

 
 
 
 
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