I worked out outside for almost a year, then when I built a barn it got moved in there. If you want to work out it will happen.
I'm just messing around, but I have every intention to start getting in shape, but I don't think I'm dedicated enough to work out in 30 degree weather. The only time that I have to work out is late. That's the reason I want a home gym so I can workout inside. It is hard to get motivated again, especially when you have so little time.
2000 Chevy Tahoe
1998 Pontiac Grand Prix GTP
1999.5 Ford F350 Crew Cab Powerstroke (Sold)
1969 Firebird 400 Convertible
2000 Yamaha R6 (sold)
1967 Chevelle (sold)
Guys, if you can spend a bit more I have a great home gym. It was $399 at Play It Again Sports. It is called the S2000 made by Keys. I love it because you can simply and easily do dozens of exercises for legs, back, shoulders, arms, etc. It also has a lifetime warranty.