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Fitness areas are often considered a utilitarian space and, as a result, don’t always get the attention they deserve when being designed. If you’re going to be motivated to put in the hours and actually spend time in your home gym, it should be an inviting space that makes you feel energized. Here are several tips to help take your home’s exercise area to the next level. 

High-End Ambience
From the floors to the lighting, be sure to use quality materials that set the tone and give your gym a professional-grade feel. In addition to choosing a space large enough for all of your needs, many homeowners want their exercise area to showcase outdoor views that they can take in while working out. Because it’s all about health and wellbeing, you may want to consider working with both an interior designer and wellness professional to create the perfect ambience.

State-of-the-Art Equipment
Getting the right exercise equipment makes all the difference, especially if you plan to stream live classes and effortlessly track your improvement. For those who want their exercise area to feel like a luxury fitness club, you’ll also need to install a top-of-the-line sound system and television to complete the experience.

Include a Kitchenette
You can take your home gym above and beyond with a well-equipped kitchenette that’s stocked with your favorite pre- and post-workout snacks and beverages. This is often an overlooked feature that will help keep you fueled and hydrated throughout each session, which is why many luxury homeowners have chosen to add one to their exercise area.

Focus on Recovery
After working out, there’s nothing like having a few features that speed up recovery and minimize muscle soreness. For this reason, home gyms and wellness areas are often intertwined to help you take the best possible care of mind and body. Steam rooms, massage rooms and saunas, as well as hot and cold tubs, are the perfect way to treat yourself after an intense session in the gym.