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Money-saving fitness ideas…

Money-saving fitness ideas

Have you ever proclaimed that you simply can’t afford to get fit? That you can neither afford expensive superfoods nor a pricey gym membership? Well, the good news is that having an empty wallet is no barrier to getting fit. Read on for some top money-saving fitness tips.

Nature’s bounty

Why sweat in a gym all morning when you can get out and enjoy the world around you? Even if you live in the middle of a large town or city, chances are you are close enough to either a park or green space of some kind.

Running costs you nothing apart from a good pair of running shoes. If you are worried about the cost of those, head to a discount shoe retailer and get some from a previous season, they’ll still do the job perfectly well.

Walking, on the other hand, costs even less. In order to get really fit, you’ll need to do some serious walking, but even an hour a day will see your fitness levels improve enormously. Breathing in outdoor air will also help your overall health, not to mention your mental health, in ways you didn’t even expect.

Online personal training programme

If you can’t afford a gym membership or a personal trainer, you’ll find that an online personal training programme will cost significantly less but will yield similar results. For the same price as two month’s gym membership, your personal online trainer will build you a personalised training programme and give you all the support and encouragement you need to get out there get your body back.

Home workouts

Thanks to the prolific number of online workout videos, it’s now possible to work out at home without even buying a DVD. Sometimes, it worth paying a small subscription to get access to better videos that have been choreographed by fitness professionals. In fact, with an online training programme, your workouts at home will be provided as part of the package.

As you can see, signing up for pricey gym memberships aren’t the only way to get fit. Going for low-cost options such as online training programmes or even just getting out every day for a walk or a run are both far more affordable ways of losing weight and getting that body back. Get in touch today if you’d like to discuss how to keep fit over winter for less.

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