Like every man, every man cave is unique. There are man caves for computer nerds, man cave for motor heads, even man caves for crazed golfers. Yet, maybe the most common man room is the hang-out for sports fans. A standard sports fanatic’s man cave may look something like this: A big screen TV to watch the big game, numerous sofas and sitting areas for friends to get comfortable, perhaps a bar – or at least a fridge – containing beer to fuel the fanatics, and various bits of sports memorabilia dangling off the walls, mocking the girlfriend or wife as mementos of her boyfriend’s or husband’s deep love for a game.
Still, a sports fan’s man room can be more than a simple theater for watching televised sports. Some guys like to spice it up with a video game console equipped with MaddenA or NBA LiveA. This is because, men have a thirst for competition. For the die-hard fan, this is spurred on by watching competitive sports, which only encourages delusional thoughts of extraordinary prowess.
Besides video games, there are other pieces of technology can be added to improve a man cave. Some fellas may use a simulator. One simulator in particular, the mini home sports simulator, uses the man room’s already existing giant TV like a video game console.
Sports simulators may not be virtual reality, but they provide a very exciting experience for sports fans. They not only allow guys to beat each other at games, but allow them to fantasize about becoming pro athletes. Sports simulators engage the user by permitting the use of actual sports equipment. For example, users can throw a football, or shoot a hockey puck into the simulator.
A mini home sports simulator has all the capabilities a normal simulator has, but is more practical for a man room. It doesn’t take up the space needed for buddies to stretch out their legs and grub on nachos and beer.
For those die-hard sports fanatics, you are a good candidate for an official man cave. No rec room is complete without a simulator to test your grit against a computerized opponent or even your buddies.
Many simulators are too large to fit inside a man cave, but there is hope for the sports fan. A home sports simulator is the perfect substitute. Sports fans can install a mini home sports simulator into their television. Of course, a net is raised in front for the TV to guard it from projectile sports gear.
The miniature sports simulator can become the staple for the man cave. No longer will it be a room only used during game days, but one that can be used every day. Right after you get home, or long into the late hours of the night, you can spend more time enjoying the man room, even if the wife or girlfriend doesn’t approve.