"Small detached 'garage,' honestly I don’t even think you could fit a car in here and be able to get out of it. Works nicely for my home gym though!" says Dominic Decker of this nice detached building in Oxford, PA.
"Interior view of my detached garage home gym. Building up slooooowly....
So far: 2 sandbags, 2 old mail sacks of wheat(40#), 2 sandbag kettlebells, suspension trainer, heavy bag, doorway pull up bar(rigged to a rafter), cheap flooring blocks.
Would love to redo the very uneven floor and get a squat rack with bar and weights!!!" says Dominic Decker of this nice detached building in Oxford, PA.
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Detached buildings include barns, sheds and workshops. They’re the perfect solution for when your iron pile outgrows your house. Some home based athletes do this to preserve the feeling of traveling to the gym and the mental psyching up that comes with it. Others do it so they don’t wake the baby with all of the grunting and bar slamming.
Whatever the reason you chose a detached building for your home gym, it’s still your house, your rules.