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Shed gyms - Any experience?

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Sep 2017
10:36pm, 23 Sep 2017
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My mate did this. Once you have power you can get a big TV and a playstation like he did. Then you can sit in the shed pretending to keep fit and play Call of Duty. I think he lost 1kg in about 5 years. His wife seemed happy with the arrangement.
Sep 2017
11:27pm, 23 Sep 2017
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Dehumidifier might help
Apr 2020
12:59pm, 10 Apr 2020
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Wriggling Snake
Contemplating this
7 Apr
6:38pm, 7 Apr 2021
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Did it with a concrete floor and a few mats

Windows electricity etc..
7 Apr
7:23pm, 7 Apr 2021
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Just back in from the shed to see this thread revived.πŸ˜ƒ

So is that a new addition, Gobi? Where were you swigging before that?

Since the original plans I mentioned above the shed got built, has electricity and lights and a token gesture heater.

It got a treadmill, rowing machine, weights and a heavy bag for punching and kicking for my son.

I use it pretty much every day. Best investment I’ve ever made I think, especially with COVID and lockdown and everything. It’s kept me (almost) sane.
7 Apr
7:24pm, 7 Apr 2021
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Swigging? Zwifting!

Maybe I was right the first time.πŸ˜‰πŸ₯ƒ
8 Apr
9:19am, 8 Apr 2021
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LOL Nellers - it jumped up on my timeline and I never noticed it was so old !!

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