Gyms don't care if you succeed. They count on you dropping out, usually within the first 90 days. “Dropping out” means you rarely go or stop going but continue your membership. This saves them from overcrowding and wear and tear on their equipment. Even if you cancel within the first 90 days they've already collected your enrollment fee and at least another month of dues if not more! When you sign up you aren't told about the hidden stipulations as to how long you have to be a member before you can cancel, or how many visits you have to make before they have to cancel you. Getting out of a gym membership is one of the top complaints received by the Better Business Bureau.
Videos and exercise equipment can be inexpensive and may garner results but the chance of injury is high and the likelihood of continued advancement is limited.
Training in your home with me guarantees workouts specific to your goals and needs, motivation, accessibility and accountability. Those assets are worth investing in. But the money saved in decreased health costs and the confidence gained by attaining your goals is priceless.
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