WALL STREET JOURNAL
Carving out a gym space at home has its challenges. Shiny, large pieces of workout equipment and cozy living spaces don’t always jibe. But, there are ways to seamlessly integrate the two, says Nerio Alessandri, founder and president of Technogym.
For this to work, “the gym should not only be a space to work out,” says Mr. Alessandri, whose Cesena, Italy-based company has outfitted thousands of wellness centers and home gyms internationally since 1983. “My philosophy is that it should be a social space” that accommodates family and friends,he says.Read More