Here are some flooring material options for a home gym.
Rubber Horse Stall Mats
Rubber Horse Stall Mats are both heavy and dense. These mats are designed to be placed in horse stalls for easing the horse’s knee joints. Thus, they are applicable in home gyms and exercise rooms. These mats come in big sheets of 4 ft. by 6 ft., and in weights that demand that you carry them with a partner (100 pounds).
One great advantage of horse stall mats is the price. From online retailer Tractor Supply Company, the mats currently run about $1.60 per square foot. Continue reading
A new home gym is the perfect incentive to get into shape. You now have a room specified for working out with all the equipment you need. A home gym is a spectacular luxury. Once the project is complete the only missing component is an effective exercise plan. You want a plan that targets all areas of the body and provides toning, cardio and strength training without having to spend hours working out. Continue reading
This workout is designed by Andrew Parsons. To go along with his workout, you can find his recipe for “protein pancakes” here. They are a great post workout meal. Continue reading
Those who are planning to set up a gym in their home should make detailed plan before they start with that process.
First of all, the exercise equipment can have different dimensions and in many cases it weights a lot. By using a rubberized floor you will secure the floor (you won’t leave any marks or scratches if you move your equipment) and you will also get the necessary stability for your equipment. This type of flooring is the best option for your exercise room. Since height and overall space is not something that you can change easily, measure the equipment before purchasing. Continue reading
The staff at Design Build Planners will be hosting a free, live webinar on Tuesday, May 15, 2012. From the convenience of your own computer and internet you can view their unique “Remodeling Design and Development Process.” For scheduling convenience, there will be two separate sessions, both covering the same content. The first session will begin at 1:00 PM EDT and the second at 7:00 PM EDT. The webinar will last approximately 90 minutes, including a question and answer session at the end.
This free webinar’s objective is to illustrate the Design Build Planners approach to residential remodeling project design and development. Tips and strategies that pave the way for a pleasant remodeling experience will be offered for both homeowners and remodelers. Continue reading