With many of us still working from home and gyms remaining closed, it makes sense to try and do your exercise in your home environment. Some people do not like to have gym equipment in their bedroom or living room and would rather have a dedicated place to go to work out. If you do not have a spare room then you may decide that you want to turn your garage in to a gym. A garage can be the perfect place to set up a gym as it often does not need to be made really warm as the cool environment is usually ideal for working out.
Having a gym at home means that even when the gyms do open back up you can save on your membership and workout form home. You no longer have to wait for equipment or risk spreading infections by sharing equipment with others.
If your garage doesn’t have a window then that is not necessarily a problem. Many people install a TV in their gym which they can then watch whilst working out to keep they entertained. If you are thinking of putting electrics in to your garage then you do need to check it is water proof and it may be worth asking an electrician to come and give any old electrics a once over before you start installing your equipment.