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How to design your at-home fitness studio?

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Miss your home fitness studio a lot? The space, the comfort, the work you had put into making it perfect? Wish your home studio was as comfortable and chic as the one that’s locked out?

Worry not, we will help you figure out how you can turn your room into a studio in 5 easy steps:

The bigger, the better:

Select the largest room you have. This will provide you with ample space to move around, stretch your arms, reach your toes, and flex your muscles. Not to forget that you will have all the space you need to store your equipment. You won’t be needing much as your members are working at home too. A fitness mat, a pair of dumbbells to keep at one corner and you’re done.

Bonus points in your room if it can fit in a sound box. 😉

Let there be light:

This is no secret: good lighting is a camera’s best friend. Make sure your home fitness studio is well-lit from all sides. With modern lighting technology, this should not be a problem. Yes, you would have to invest in these, but it’s worth it. No one knows how many more waves, we have to face, so why not create a studio that can be ready to use every time you need it?

Our suggestion: install track lights in your room. This will make sure every corner of your studio is shining bright on the camera.

Frame it right:

This one takes the cake. No matter how much you invest, how big or tidy your room is, if this goes wrong, everything falls flat. There are two primary points you should consider: distance and angle since lighting’s been taken good care of. Make sure you set your camera on a solid and stable surface, you needn’t need to worry about this in case you are using a tripod.

A good class involves students being able to see you at all times. If your routine involves moving out a lot, make sure your camera angle covers your entire length. You don’t want to move outside the frame.

Our suggestion: do a trial frame check before you shoot your entire routine

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