Making a mobile fitness center

When my girlfriend and I bought our lake house there was a huge backyard shed that both of us wanted. My girlfriend is a big time hoarder. She has tons of plates that she used in university that can’t be thrown out. She has tons of pants she no longer fits in. my girl never throws away a broken pot and will frequently pick things up on the side of the road simply because it is there. I wanted the shed to be a work out area for me but had to give it up for a storage dump for her. My girl has filled the shed in every corner. She added shelving and peg board in order to hang more stuff. I couldn’t even do sit ups in the shed because it was so full. For working out I have struggled to find a place to go. My front porch is too narrow and inside of the lake house isn’t suitable. I found online that a shipping container supplier does do mobile gyms, then you can get a prefab shipping container and convert it into the perfect workout space. Since I am not entirely technologically smart, I called the mobile tote supplier instead of designing the area online. The guy on the cellphone was amazing at talking me through the process. We decided on dimensions, power and how the area would be laid out. I got hooks to hold our jump ropes, shelving for our hand weights and I even have a built in sound system. The area is just large and long enough to hold a single folding mat perfectly. My mobile gym is going to be good and just be out of the way in our yard.


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