SO my exercise room I guess its 2 rooms or 3. In the barn I have the EP and I store bikes, skis etc. Some day maybe my SO will finish wiring etc (he's been at it 4 years) and i'll move my trainer there.
For now I have my loft area which I share with my office that has a yoga wall that I also attach bands and Pilates springs to. Then I have a growing assortment of kettlebells and dumbells, wedges, mats, yoga props, foam rollers etc. I have no particular place for these smaller items. I used to have 2 large offices which were all moves to this loft area so my winter project is to remove things (such as the laminators and binders I use only when prepping for an in person class) to storage to make a place to ahve storage for the weights straps, props etc. I don't' quite know what to use to store all those! The cute little carts don't' look like they would hold my weights (kb as 1-5lb, 1 each 6kg, 8 kg 2 each 12 kg, 15 kg, 20 kg then a lot less dbs but still progressions from 3 lb through 30 lb )The weight is too much for regular old shelving but the fancy commercial gym stuff is pricey and huge. Its a loft so there's varying height. Anyway that's where i'm stuck. I also have been looking at flooring which could be vinyl plank or cork when I finally get to it. SO keep the ideas coming. For now my trainer is in the guest room, I slid eit under hte bed and put my bicycle in the laundry room when there's company. That will move someday to the barn maybe..
So yesterday I started my strength workout but got interrupted by SO who wanted a walk that turned into a @ 3 or so mile hike. Followed by landscape work mostly seeding bare spots on a 1 acre plot before its completely frozen and under snow. The top inches are frozen but we should get a few days with highs in the 40s before the real snow falls.
This morning i repeated the whole workout and finished it if the wind keeps up I'll swim in the EP if it lets up I'll work more on the landscape.
Forgot to respond. Went for 56 or so miles with a small bagelry crew (started with 5; two cut it short, leaving 3 to meander for a leisurely paced ride through southern NH). Sight of the day was a herd of cows, standing like statues in a frosty field ... very nice tour of small towns and farms. FB mulching a bunch of leaves. Nothing on Sunday to speak of...