Setting up a gym is never an easy task, especially when you’re using a small space. One of the biggest problems we try and help our customers overcome is fitting as much gear into their gym as possible. We thought we’d sit down and go through some of the ways we do this so you can maximise your layout.
Use the Walls
The biggest way to get the most out of your new gym is to use every available surface – this means going vertical. Get your gear up off the floor and onto the walls, trust us it’s worth investing in these pieces. Not only does it give your gym more space, it also ensures your equipment is stored properly and means less trip hazards (something you always need to be mindful of). Some of the things you can look at are:
Capitalise on space by getting equipment that can be used to target the whole body. Yep, we mean hitting as many muscles as possible with one versatile piece. Take a look at these:
Stack Them Up
Having something that you can move with ease around your gym is never a bad thing. Get some plyometric boxes – they’re a solid investment. You can stack them and they’re perfect for explosive movements. Whether you’re needing a safety version with extra padding or a traditional wooden set, we have them: