Ask This Old House general contractor Tom Silva and host Kevin O’Connor head to Montana to build an accessible home gym for a Navy SEAL injured in the war in Afghanistan

In this video, Ask This Old House general contractor Tom Silva and host Kevin O’Connor head to Montana to build an accessible home gym for a Navy SEAL injured in the war in Afghanistan.

Steps for building an accessible home gym

  1. Use the interlocking rubber pad squares to build a floor for the home gym. Lay them down in the space using the locking system, starting from a corner and working your way out. You can trim the ends with a finished piece of foam.
  2. Mount the metal framing with J-channel on a wall using screws and a driver, keeping the larger piece of J-channel on top.
  3. Pop the mirror into the framing and make sure it catches on the J-channel at the top and bottom.
  4. Attach the fitness equipment to wall studs or place on the floor.



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