Introduction: Fitness Room From Thrift Stores

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You can do this. You are more likely to work out if it is in an inviting room and you have a variety of things to do. Took awhile to find the stuff, but better than buying new. Probably saved 80% off retail.

Step 1: Shelves

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I had these built into an alcove by a friend. Cost about $200 but you can skip this. Weights were $2-5 each at thrift store.

Step 2: Elastic Bands

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From thrift store, $5 each

Step 3: Dry Erase Board

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From thrift store, $5

Step 4: Bulletin Board

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From thrift store, $5

Step 5: Workout DVDs

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From thrift store, $2 each

Step 6: Mirror

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From thrift store, $15

Step 7: Bob

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From my brother, free

Get it at a thrift store

Step 8: Elliptical

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Craigslist, $100

Step 9: Bosu Ball

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Wallapop, $30

Step 10: Quick Ladder

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From thrift store, $10

Step 11: Carpet Remnants

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Free from carpet store we use

Step 12: Floor Tile

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Sams Club, $20 for a pack of 8

Step 13: TV

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$300 Walmart, the only new item other than shelves

Step 14: Done

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It takes awhile to find all of this, but you don't need it all at the same time. Enjoy and get fit!

Comments

3366carlos (author)2016-04-10

thanks, are you getting your work out on?

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