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5 Ways to Earn Extra Income from Your Garden Gym

When you think of a garden room gym, you probably think of a great place to have private, tailored workouts.

While this is one of the major advantages, there are other ways a garden gym can benefit you, such as financially.

Many people have a garden office, and for people working in the fitness industry, there’s no reason their garden room gym can’t work in the same way.

If you are looking to earn some extra income, and have a garden gym at your disposal (or you’re thinking of getting one), then here are five great ways you can turn it into a great money-earner.

Let’s take a look.

1. Personal Training

Many people like working with a personal trainer, and one reason for this is that they can offer private, one-on-one workout sessions.

A garden gym is the perfect place to do this, as you can welcome clients into your back garden and put on a great routine with minimal disruptions.

Whether you’re already a trainer with a client list, or someone looking to take their first steps in this career, then having a space you can provide to hold a private session is a big selling point.

You can charge by session, by hour, or however you would like, and if you do well, gain good reviews and testimonials and grow your client base, you’re sure to be able to earn a big batch of extra income.

The great thing about a garden room gym is that you don’t have to spend money renting a studio, don’t spend any time commuting to meet clients, and you can design it just how you want.

This means work is right on your doorstep, and you can create the perfect environment for your business and brand.

2. Group Fitness Classes

Fitness classes have grown in popularity over the last few years, and there are plenty of reasons why.

It’s a great, fun way to meet new, like-minded people.

Whether you love putting on high-intensity HIIT classes, or enjoy slowing the pace with yoga, having your own space to do this is always good.

A good benefit of having your own garden gym to do this in is that there is no pressure to earn money to pay for renting a studio, and you can have your classes as big and as costly as you like.

Maybe it’s something you really enjoy and love putting on low-cost sessions to the local community, or maybe you’re highly skilled and ready to put on a professional session that is a bit more expensive. Either way, your garden gym can be transformed into the perfect group class studio with nothing but a few exercise mats.

Consider offering discounts for regular attendees, and good offers to bring more people in and earn a little more income with every passing week.

3. Online Coaching & Classes

With the emergence of video technology that can be streamed live to any household with an internet connection, it has become possible to earn extra income online through many ways.

One of these is by hosting online coaching and classes, and the perfect place to do this is in a garden room gym.

The last thing you need when trying to host an online class is a lot of background noise and distractions, and a garden gym minimises the chance of these.

It is nothing but you, your gym, and the people watching at home, and therefore you can put on a clear and informative session.

Using platforms like Zoom, Skype, and more, you can host classes and coaching for a huge amount of people.

All it takes is a little fee to sign up, and before you know it, you could be earning a great income from this.

These sessions can be viewed anywhere in the world, making the possibilities endless, and all of this can happen from the comfort of your own back garden.

4. Equipment Rental

Not everyone has the luxury of a well-equipped gym on their property, and many people would pay for the luxury of a private workout session on some high-end fitness equipment.

If you are noticing your gym is empty most of the time, then why not allow someone else to step in and have a workout session for a small price.

This way, you can be doing something else while someone works away, and you can earn some extra income for basically nothing.

Well, I say nothing, but one thing you must do extra if you wanted to follow this advice is to ensure your equipment is well maintained and that it is always clean, or else you may get people complaining or getting injured.

Everything from treadmills and rowing machines to bench presses and free weights can be rented out for a price, and if you aren’t planning on being in the gym at the time of the session, then it’s a good way of earning money on a daily or hourly basis.

5. Fitness Workshops

There are many aspects of fitness outside of exercising.

There is the informational side of it, including nutrition, injury prevention, and more.

If you are well informed on these topics and feel that you are in a position to teach interested customers about this, then you can use your garden room gym to host fitness seminars and workshops where you can discuss ideas and share your expertise.

A garden gym is a great place to do this, as it is a quiet and private place where there will be no distractions, and you can also do demonstrations of correct form, for example.

If you can market these events to local fitness enthusiasts, organisations, or even wellness and fitness programs, then you’re sure to find a big client base who are happy to come and learn about all things fitness.

All you have to do is charge an entry fee, or take payment from an organisation, and you will soon be seeing the money rolling in.

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