Friday, 9 September 2016

13 Reasons to Dump Your Gym

Here 13 reasons you may want to reconsider your gym membership:

Time: Let’s be honest, going to the gym is time consuming no matter how close you live. First you have to change. Then you have to drive. Then there is traffic. Or you take a train or walk to the gym and there are delays, or the streets are crowded. It’s an exhausting process, especially since it takes just as much effort to get home afterward. Exercising at home or at a nearby park allows everything you need to be a step away. We live in a fast-paced world, so utilizing your time properly is important. Don’t travel long distances when you don’t have to. You can get the same results you get at the gym from exercising at home or outdoors!

Money Saved: According to Statistic Brain, the average cost of a gym membership is $58 a month. That seems reasonable at first, but the average gym member only goes to the gym 8 times out of the month. That means that, on average, $39 of the monthly cost goes unused. Annually, that’s $468. Some of the higher-end gyms average about $100 a month for their memberships. So, on average, $800 per year is going down the drain. You can workout for free and save that extra money to show off that sexy body on a tropical island!

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