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How to Make a Workout Zone in Your Home

Working out at home was never so easy. There is free content galore, and no one really has the time to drive to the gym. Now’s the time to designate a zone in your home to make your health and wellness goals a reality. 

Kinetic Kit

Probably the simplest way of creating a place to get fit at home is to make a kit. Your kit can contain some simple essentials like dumbbells or kettle balls, resistance bands, a jump rope, and a yoga mat. Store these essentials in a flip up storage ottoman or any storage piece that hides the items well. 

Corner Curtain

If you have a corner of a room that is empty, you can designate a space without giving up a whole room. Just add a curtain or a screen to the corner and you can hide your equipment. 


If you’re lucky enough to have a garage with a little empty space, it’s a great place to put a larger piece of equipment like a treadmill or exercise bike. The nice thing about this approach, is it’s out of your main living area and for those who like the separation, it’s a nice way to step out to work out without the commute to the gym.


There really are no excuses for making a space to work out, especially if you have a little bit of private outdoor space on your property. Even a small deck or small side yard is a place to do a high intensity interval routine, a yoga workout or even a full body stretching practice. Invest in a sturdy container for your outdoor space and store your fitness items there, and all you must do is step outside. 

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