Healthy Living, Martial Arts, Self-Defense

Build Your Own Martial Arts Studio For Practice at Home

By Davis Jameson

If you or your children are practicing martial artists, you know that being able to consistently work on your skills is important for honing your craft. But the COVID-19 pandemic has likely meant an interruption to your usual training routine at the local gym or dojo. This may be the perfect opportunity to set up a space in your home to serve as your personal martial arts studio. In the following article shared by, you’ll find some tips and resources on how to set up the perfect studio and get the most out of your home and home martial arts practice.

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Building an In-Home Martial Arts Studio

Once you’ve decided to make the investment into building a home studio, there are several factors to consider when it comes time to actually construct and outfit the space.

  • Consider which room in your house makes the most sense for practicing martial arts.
  • If you are planning to remodel a room, keep track of all the changes. These could help increase the value of your property if you decide to sell.
  • Once the space is built or secured, outfit it with floor mats and bags as desired.
  • Add supplemental training gear and home gym equipment to complete your studio.
  • Once complete, ensure that you have a plan for keeping your new space clean.

Tips for Practicing Martial Arts Solo

Now that you have a fully-furnished home studio, you can make use of your personal training space in many ways.

Getting the Kids Involved

If you have kids, they’ll certainly be interested in your new studio. If you haven’t already done so, now is a great opportunity to get your children involved in martial arts.

  • Martial arts have a host of benefits for children of all ages.
  • You can get them excited about learning a martial art with the purchase of the perfect training uniform.
  • If you doubt your own ability to teach effectively, consider investing in a remote training service like Dojo Go.
  • Be sure to use best practices for keeping your kids safe around any exercise equipment.
  • Make it fun by using apps to keep track of everyone’s activities — you can also find fitness apps that help you develop routines.

Any martial arts practice is best when performed with others, however, that’s not always possible. Whether you are gearing up to spend more time at home again, or you just haven’t felt comfortable attending in-person classes, a home studio can help you keep up with your training and set you up for gains mentally, physically, and spiritually.