What is a good size room for a home gym? A good size for a home gym is about 150-250 square feet. This gives you enough room for both strength and cardio equipment. But you can build a home gym even if you don’t have that much space available. You just have to be selective about which equipment you buy.
Is it cheaper to build a gym at home? A home gym is also much cheaper over its life-span versus a gym membership. We’ll get into more of the nitty-gritty numbers in the next section, but a majority of home gyms could end up being cheaper for their owner in less than three years versus the cost of a commercial gym membership.
How can I make my home gym better?
- Create a Garage Cubby. The garage in Smart Home 2020 is not just a place to park cars — it’s part of the home’s living space.
- Use an Unused Dining Room.
- Design a Focal Wall.
- Convert an Attic.
- Corral a Portable Gym.
- Separate With Glass.
- Don’t Ditch Design.
- Open Things Up With Mirrors.
How much does a home made gym cost? Home Gym Costs
The average cost of a home gym is around $2,000, but you can spend as little as $300 or as much as $15,000 and more. Where on that range you fall depends on your training goals and how complex you want the setup to be. You can go from buying a few dumbbells to building an entire weight room.