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Where to Workout?

There are a variety of choices when it comes to where to workout. You can workout at a gym, at home, a park etc.  Before starting on a fitness routine it should be one of the most important questions you need to have answered. There are pro's and con's to where ever you choose to workout, but make sure the choice is right for you.

I choose to workout in my own personal fitness room. It's a room I had built in my garage ( you can see it in the youtube videos). Because of my training methods, circuits and perpetual motion routines, I knew working out in a commercial gym wasn't going to be for me, so investing in putting together my own fitness room was ideal. The fact that I would also be training clients that would rather workout in private was another reason I went with investing in building my own fitness room/gym.

Pro's to building your own Fitness room/Gym
  • Privacy
  • No travel time to and from the Gym
  • No need to wait for equipment
  • Best for circuit training and perpetual motion routines
  • Less distractions
  • Don't have to worry about other people's sweat on equipment
  • Requires an initial investment in equipment
  • It can get lonely
  • No one to ask for a spot
If you decide you want to try putting your own fitness room together, don't think you have to invest a lot of money, especially if you're a beginner. You don't even have to buy new equipment, you can check out Craigslist or just look for bargains online. I'll go into to how you can start putting a room together with all you really need for a few hundred bucks in future posts.

Coach Rollie - 100% Steroid Free Fitness Coach

Specializing in Effective and Efficient Fat Loss
Private/Personal Fitness Training in Pasadena, California
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