Home Workout Spaces and Equipment

        Some folks just need enough space to roll
        down an exercise mat and hang up a temporary
        exercise bar. 

        Others want a little more.

Simple Home Spaces


 Simple Workout Spaces • You can just roll down a mat on the floor in a bedroom...
 Simple Workout Spaces  ...in the basement, out in the garage...
 Simple Workout Spaces  ... or in the hall, Then roll it up when you're done.
 Simple Workout Spaces • This pull-up bar can be hung up before your workout, then taken down afterwards.
 Simple Workout Spaces • A permanently installed pull-up bar is available for whenever you are motivated
 Simple Workout Spaces • Low rings on a pull-up bar.
 Simple Workout Spaces • More rings on a pull-up bar.
 Simple Workout Spaces • You can hang rings anywhere...even in the livingroom.
 Simple Workout Spaces • Stairs are amazingly useful for many varied and challenging functional activities.
 Simple Workout Spaces • Just a mat and a stability ball...
 Simple Workout Spaces  ...can be the focus of many functional strength training programs.
 Simple Workout Spaces • You can even hang rings...
 Simple Workout Spaces  ...in the livingroom.

Man Caves


 Full Home Gyms • A Corner of a Mentor's Man Cave

• Just what a Personal Fitness Mentor needs for work and play.
 Full Home Gyms • Or just what a DIY guy needs who wants to build a space for kids or grandkids or great-grandkids or himself.
 Full Home Gyms • A bench and a trampoline ( and a corner of an elliptical trainer?!?)
 Full Home Gyms • Suspension gear can be a great addition to progressive functional training.
 Full Home Gyms • A Mentor's gym even includes technology for viewing and updating your Personal Fitness App™.

Workout Equipment and Gear


 Home Workout Equipment • A simple rubbery exercise or yoga mat prevents slipping and sliding at inconvenient times.
 Home Workout Equipment • Varying the size of a stability ball can further challenge any ball workout.
 Home Workout Equipment • Basic adjustable dumbbells make a simple yet effective addition to a temporary home gym.
 Home Workout Equipment • More expensive adjustable dumbbells in a home gym.
 Home Workout Equipment • Special weights or equipment...
(A half-bell.)
 Home Workout Equipment  ... can be created for specific functional activities.
 Home Workout Equipment  These are DIY half-bells for swinging and tossing.
 Home Workout Equipment  These are DIY stack-bells for lifting and swinging.
 Home Workout Equipment • Sometimes strength training at home can get really serious.

• Usually not.
 Home Workout Equipment • A small dumbbell rack.
 Home Workout Equipment • A large dumbbell rack.
 Home Workout Equipment • High rings increase the functionality of your pull-up bar.
 Home Workout Equipment • Suspension gear can be a great addition to progressive functional training.
 Home Workout Equipment • Rings are easy to make for DIY gyms with a couple of pieces of electrical PVC tubing and rope.
 Home Workout Equipment • Large, heavy-duty bands can add a playful element to a comprehensive suspension program.
 Home Workout Equipment • More suspension gear.
 Home Workout Equipment • A step ladder can be a makeshift bench as well as enabling you to hang and adjust suspension gear like rings.
 Home Workout Equipment • A bench and a trampoline ( and a corner of an elliptical trainer?!?)
 Home Workout Equipment • Good old fashioned medicine balls.
 Home Workout Equipment • Large rope and PVC pipe can create novel activities such as Muireann's "River Rush".
 Home Workout Equipment • Squishy balls are handy for stability work.
 Home Workout Equipment • A computer, laptop, or mobile device enables you to easily access your Personal Fitness App.
 Home Workout Equipment • Shadow boxing is a perfect warmup.
 Home Workout Equipment • Perhaps water is the most essential piece of equipment.