So many of us have missed being at the gym during the strict lockdown over the past 12 months. If you have not already, then you may be thinking about converting your garage into a gym to ensure that you always have the perfect place to work out no matter what is going on in the world.
Even though gyms are now allowed to open up again, many are running at limited capacity and are very often it is not the same experience that you are used to.
Gym memberships can cost a huge amount, upwards of £30 a month. Over the course of a year, this is a big outlay and one that could often be used towards other things. Building your own gym in your garage will require a bit of money to start with but once built, it will be free to use whenever you want to. The beauty of having a gym at home is there are no restrictions on when you can use it and you don’t have to account for travel time. If you have young children who cannot be left on their own, you can still get a workout done once they have gone to bed, whereas this may be harder if you need to find someone to look after them for you so you can go to the gym.