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Title: Live Load for residential home gym
Depends on whether freeweights are going to be used on not. Aerobic equip and maybe a bowflex or light-weight universal would be fine at 50; if there are going to be freeweights involved, you might consider whether or not they could decide to store them in the middle of the span.
Jordan


David Topete wrote:

50 psf LL sounds reasonable for a home gym.  Or am I way off?  Any advice would be appreciated  TIA

David A. Topete, SE

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