Gym locker organizers aren’t fully appreciated for what they can do to maximize your workout. The more time you spend fumbling inside your gym locker, the more time you’re missing on your favorite exercise machine and the fewer calories you’re burning. And the more difficult your locker makes it for you to just get started then get out of there, the more likely you’ll put off going to the gym in the first place.
To make the most of your locker space, let me walk you through a series of considerations to help you pick the right gym locker organizer for your particular circumstance.
What kind of workout do you engage in on a regular basis? Does it involve some specific equipment you will need to store in your locker? Do you prefer after work exercise or do you need to keep all the appropriate accouterments for making yourself gorgeous before heading off to work? Do you use your locker for more than just pure gym equipment or clothes?
After you have seriously asked and answered each of these questions, you will have developed a much better focus to your locker organizer goals. Remember not to buy an organizer because it somehow seems cool in its own right. Only integrate devices that help you move in and out of your locker with the greatest of ease.
Here are some basic ideas. Remember that locker organization should start with simplicity, so be wary of really complicated locker organizer concepts. Start with hangers and baskets. There are all kinds of different sizes of baskets, so you might mix and match them for different purposes.
Locker shelves are often a key organization tool for most lockers. However will any out there fit your gym locker? If you are considering locker shelves, make sure you verify the exact dimensions of your locker space before spending your money.
If you prefer to buy your organizers at a local brick and mortar store, you should at least go online to find some reviews and product descriptions. The sad truth is that a few minutes on a website will give you far more information on a product than an hour staring at the promotional packaging of various products on the shelf. You should be able to find these types of products at sporting goods stores, discount super stores and container stores.
So start with a list of your requirements, do some brainstorming to fulfill those requirements as simply as possible, do some online research, then buy the right locker organizers to make the most of your fitness time and effort.
Learn more about school locker organizers and how to find the best ones for you at Jacqueline Mayer’s complete and completely free online organization guide: