Half the battle of getting a workout in each day is the effort you take to get to the gym. Now, taking into consideration our new way of living these days, even going to the gym is out of the question due to business closures and/or limited gym occupancy. So, we cannot think of a better time to invest in a home gym––that way, you can easily get back to a normal workout routine while complying with safety guidelines and overall convenience.
But where do you start by creating a space for your at-home gym? Space and equipment requirements need to be evaluated, and as a matter of fact, you don’t need much of either. You only need to dedicate a small space to workout. And try not to stress––we’re here to help you make your home gym ideas a reality.
A good place to start is by understanding your preferred workout styles and what kind of home gym equipment you need to conduct them. For example, do you like using dumbbells and/or a treadmill in your workouts? Then select a small space in your home that’ll fit a treadmill or at least an area where you can move your treadmill to. Most NordicTrack treadmills have a SpaceSaver® Design with mounted wheels, which makes for easy movement and storage.
For more home gym ideas, iFit trainers Gideon Akande and Elyse Miller show you their own home gyms and the equipment they use to sweat it out. This also provides you a chance to see where they’re shooting their live workouts that you’ll experience on iFit®.
So, let’s dive into it and check out first hand where these incredible trainers workout and what they use for their own workouts:
iFit trainer, Gideon Akande’s Home Gym
Find out more on Gideon’s home gym equipment below:
iFit trainer, Elyse Miller’s Home Gym
Find out more on Elyse’s home gym equipment below:
For questions about bringing your home gym ideas to life, feel free to comment below or contact us directly. And to learn more about what iFit workouts are all about, check out Get To Know The Workouts Offered On iFit on the NordicTrack Blog!
DISCLAIMER: This post is not intended to replace the advice of a medical professional. The above information should not be used to diagnose, treat, or prevent any disease or medical condition. Please consult your doctor before making any changes to your diet, sleep methods, daily activity, or fitness routine. NordicTrack assumes no responsibility for any personal injury or damage sustained by any recommendations, opinions, or advice given in this article. Always follow the safety precautions included in the owner’s manual of your fitness equipment, which include requirements for the amount of space needed to be left open around your equipment.
IFIT DISCLAIMER: iFit requires an internet connection and Wi-Fi to function. You will be required to provide your credit card information upon sign-up for iFit. Your Commitment Period may be month-to-month or twelve (12), eighteen (18), or thirty-six (36) months, depending on your agreement. Terms shall apply to your iFit use and subscription during your Commitment Period and any subsequent Renewal Term. Unless you cancel your account or notify us at least twenty four (24) hours prior to the expiration of your commitment period that you do not wish to renew your subscription, your iFit subscription will automatically renew for an additional month, one (1) year, or two (2) year period, as applicable, for the same duration as your initial commitment period (“The Renewal Term”), and you authorize us to bill the then-applicable membership fee and any taxes to the payment method we have on record for you.