How YouTuber Luke Sherran Built His Epic £4K Home Gym: A Tour
- With over 150K subscribers, fitness YouTuber Luke Sherran‘s passion for health and fitness spills over into his jaw-dropping £4K home gym setup
Meet Luke Sherran, a UK based fitness YouTuber who is passionate about health and fitness. With over 150K subscribers, Luke’s videos are entertaining and educational. He loves to explore how people prepare for professional sports or transform their bodies for movie roles.
Luke’s obsession with fitness doesn’t just end with creating content. He has built a jaw-dropping home gym that is the envy of fitness enthusiasts worldwide. The black and orange aesthetic of the gym gives it a Batman’s Batcave vibe that is nothing short of epic.
Why did Luke build this ultimate home gym setup?
Well, it all started with his childhood memories of his dad’s makeshift garage gym. Luke was smitten by the idea of working out at home, and when he bought his own house, he made sure to get a spacious garage to build his own gym. But when he had kids, he gave up his beloved gym to make more space for them.
As the years went by, Luke found himself going to commercial gyms, but when the pandemic hit, he was left with just a pair of adjustable dumbbells and some resistance bands to work out with. This limitation made him realize that he needed to create a bigger and better home gym than ever before. And so, the planning began.
Luke measured and planned for months, even before he moved into his new house. For him, this was a long-term investment, and he wanted to make sure that he got everything right. And boy, did he get it right!
Luke’s Home Gym Advice
When asked about his advice for anyone building their own home gym, Luke had this to say: “Don’t buy cheap equipment. If you buy cheap, you buy twice. Think of everything as a long-term investment and phase your build to meet your budget. You won’t regret paying more for good quality equipment that lasts and is better and safer to use.”
If you’re a fitness enthusiast looking for inspiration, head on over to Luke Sherran’s YouTube channel, where he shares his fitness journey and workouts. And who knows, you might just be inspired to create your own ultimate home gym setup, just like Luke.
Home Gym Transformation – Step by step guide & total costs
Home Gym Equipment
- Rack: Mirafit M200S Short Power Rack £350
- Bench: Viavito TG500 MultiFunction Utility Weight Bench £187
- Weight Plates:
- Flooring: Cannons UK Flatline Pro Rubber Gym Flooring – 1m x 1m x 20mm (x20) £580
- Pulley: Mirafit Wall mounted cable pulley machine £280
- Dumbbells: Mirafit hex dumbbells set and 3 tier rack £900
- Mirafit Landmine + Viking Press Kit £100
- Mirafit freestanding punch bag £130
- Home Gym Painting:
Total Home Gym Cost = £4,114 ($5,200)