Are you ready for setting up your own home gym? Here’s few tips for you to buy the strength training and fitness equipment needed to work out at home whenever it suits you.

First of all, I would recommend starting with some research and make a list of the weight lifting and other fitness equipment you need to make your workouts effective. You don’t need lots to have a functional home gym. Starting off with a decent barbell and plates set and a bench gives you scope for variety in your strength training. There are plenty of free programs around that show you how to get a full body workout with only a barbell. Anything extra that you decide to purchase allows you to extend from there.

HIIT style workouts are excellent for your cardio fix and are very time-effective – a complete workout usually takes less than 30 minutes to complete, compared to a more traditional 45 to 60-minute steady state cardio workout. We’d suggest saving space and money on cardio machines, and if you do want to go for a run, take it outside to mix things up.

If you’re a serious about lifting, it might well be worth making the investment in a rack. Whether you go for a compact model or go all out, put some serious thought into the versatility that comes with a rack. This can open the way up for you to extend your lifting capacity by safely pushing weights and reps that will really empty your tank. Accessories like weight plate storage options, chin up bars, dip handles and land mine attachments, and much-much more fitness equipment Brisbane you can find here at AtomicMass.

To help keep your motivation high, think about what you really want out of a fit out (and treat yourself). Set up some awesome sound, install a mirror, or improve the lighting to make your home gym feel like a place you really want to be. Spend a little time mapping out the floor space. Think about the different spaces you’ll need for different exercises, practical considerations, and any creature comforts to create a space that you enjoy using.


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