Anytime a person comes to me and says, "Isabel, I need to lose weight and fast. Will joining a gym help me achieve my goals?" I simply tell them that no two people are alike. It's all about what works for you. There are a lot of good reasons to join a gym, but there are also some drawbacks.
Reasons You May Want to Join a Gym
Reasons You May Not Want to Join a Gym
Some Ways to Combat Gym Drawbacks
While it's not necessary to join a gym to lose weight, some people thrive in this type of setting. If you're not sure if a gym is right for you, go to a nearby facility and ask for a free trial membership. This will give you a chance to use the facility for a couple of weeks to see if joining is something you really want to do.
If you feel like a gym membership is what you need to get off your hump and exercise, negotiate with the fitness club to save a little cash. Some gyms will waive their registration fees or offer as much as 30 percent off membership prices–all you gotta' do is ask.
If you detest the idea of being trapped in a contract, ask for a month to month membership. Most gyms don't advertise the month to month thing because it eats into their profits. With this type of membership, you simply pay as you go. When you get sick of going, you can quit without paying any additional fees.
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