We don’t know about you, but a gym membership can get pretty expensive real quick, and let’s not even mention Crossfit costs! You may counter that argument with something like, “yeah, but it costs a lot more to buy your own home gym equipment.” It only seems that way on the surface.
Buying your own garage gym equipment and putting together a home gym in the garage is more of an investment. When you sign up for a gym membership, you’re looking at roughly $20-30 bucks a month, but for about 26 months on average. Which means up to $780, and that’s being somewhat conservative.
With $780 you can do more than just build a Crossfit garage gym, you can lay the foundation for a strength training workout area in the house. Think about the additional costs you would incur: gas costs, extra gear to look good, miscellaneous additions on top of regular membership.
Keep browsing and hopefully you’ll find a home gym idea you’d like to give a go!
This a-wood cabin looking design above is one of our favorites, though it’s technically not a garage gym, it’s something to think about if you’re thinking of placing the machines inside the living quarters instead.