For those that are into weightlifting or cardio workout, there may not be enough space in the home to keep all of your fitness equipment. Fitness equipment such as treadmills and barbells can take up a lot of space when no one is using it. If you have children and do not want them to play around with your fitness equipment and have them accidentally injure themselves, consider a self-storage unit for your equipment. It can keep all of your fitness equipment protected from unwanted activities and keep your home organized and free up the space in the home for items that need to be accessed on a daily basis.
In order to keep your fitness equipment in tip-top condition, make sure to clean them before putting into storage. It is important to store your weights and dumbbells on tier racks and organized them according to lighter weights at the top to heavier weight at the bottom. This way, they are all organized in the same place. Consider covering your weight racks with a canvas fabric to prevent your equipment from collecting dust. For your bars, vertical bar holder makes it easier to organize them. That way, you won't have to worry about misplacing your bar when you put them into self-storage. Equipment such as treadmills and elliptical should also be cover with a canvas fabric for longer longevity.
Organized your self-storage unit space according to how often you would need your fitness equipment. If you know you will need your weights more often than your treadmill, and then consider placing your weights towards the front or on the side of the unit. It will be easier to access your fitness equipment more efficiently.