It seems like there are more workout regimens than ever, and so many are available online or through DVD sets. With all these ways to get fit anywhere you have internet access, it’s easy to work out at home instead of going to a gym. For people like me, this is ideal – I’ve never been much of a gym rat myself. Unfortunately if you live above someone else in an apartment, this can present some challenges to getting your workout on. That is, at least while maintaining a good neighborly relationship with the folks downstairs!
If your exercise is very important to you and you’re shopping for apartments soon, you may want to start by checking out apartments with gym facilities. You can find local apartments with exercise rooms on the Gainesville Apartment and Condominium Guide by searching the number of bedrooms you need, then by using the Narrow Your Search feature to specify that you need a fitness center. If you also want things like tennis courts, basketball courts, or a pool to swim laps in, you can also check those boxes under Narrow Your Search.
If you want to be able to exercise inside your apartment and you’re still hunting for the perfect place, try looking for an apartment with carpeted floors. If you want an apartment with hardwood floors or you already have one with them, it might be worthwhile to get a nice thick rug for the room you use to work out on. Doing workouts which require little to no jumping, like pilates or yoga may also be an option if you are running out of other ways to be active within your apartment. There are also a lot of videos on youtube for “apartment friendly workouts” you can check out and try so you can stay fit!