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You can join a convenience gym like Planet Fitness for as little as $10-15 per month, or spring for the top membership at Life Time Fitness for over $100. Y ou get what you pay for in many cases, so try to figure out what amenities like pools, childcare, and group fitness. Quiz: Should You Join a Gym? by MyFitnessPal. January 2, 2017.

5 Comments. Share it: A new year breeds a new batch of New Year’s resolutions, and one of the inevitable questions for many of us is whether or not to join a gym. Any gym-goer will tell you anecdotally that the gym in January is a madhouse but that after two weeks, everything. If you are a competitive person, why not go and compete with the people around you?

There are so many good reasons to hit the gym, and believe me when I say your body will thank you for it. Take our quiz to see if you are in desperate need of joining a gym. Maybe you don’t even realize how much it is missing from your life!

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Get smarter every day! Subscribe & get 1 quiz every week. SIGN UP. Fine-tune your personal fitness plan by first deciding whether you should join a gym or to purchase exercise equipment and get to work in the privacy of your own home. Take our personality quiz.

Here are 14 questions you should ask yourself (or a membership advisor) before joining a gym to help you figure out what you’re really looking for—it’s like a pros and cons list you don’t. It can be tricky narrowing down all the options to find the one that just clicks perfectly. Take this quiz to find out which exercise type suits your personality best so you can start your fitness journey off on the right foot.

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1. 9. First question, how old are you? 1-6. 7-9.

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25-30. You be up in the gym, just working on your fitness. Obsessed with travel?

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I didn’t pick a gym.

“Fearless Living” by Rhonda Britten
from Fearless Living
by Rhonda Britten
Penguin Publishing Group, 2002

I use the treadmill and the free weights, and I’m debating a class or two if I can find some glasses and a fake mustache to wear while participating.

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Human Kinetics, Incorporated, 2019

a group of health—related fitness tests 7.

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from Fitness for Life: Middle School
by Charles B. Corbin, Guy C. Le Masurier, Dolly Lambdin
Human Kinetics, 2007

It is simple to use, yet it’s very effective for basic quiz-based exercises during class sessions.

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But it doesn’t follow that the gym is the only answer.

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I think anyone who’s ever been to a gym can relate to this one.

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It is very easy to get out of shape playing quiz machines.

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All aspects of the gym, its design, equipment, programmes and promotions, and even its trainers, have to pass this test.

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Quiz your training partners.

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by Amby Burfoot
Rodale Books, 2009

I hated gym because I was overweight.

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  • It’s better to start out in a home gym… you should start out with basic exercises anyway… a lot of guys start out in a garage gym… and when they joined a gym they think they’re still working out in the garage… the way they lay everything around that misplace everything!

  • I live in the UK and gyms aren’t that expensive, most around £20 per month. These days so many don’t have contracts or start up fees now, except for those luxury gyms with spas and pools. I just use a grungy 20 hour gym which just has machines, but it’s a large chain and you can use other branches so it’s handy when travelling or using it after work

  • 1st thing you should tell everyone is that they should not join a gym. 2nd thing you should tell everyone that being overweight is good for them. 3) Being couch potato will improve your life and will extend it. 4) Eating junk food is good for you 5) Smoking is good for you and running is bad for you.

  • Excellent Q&A Video
    0:38 Question #1
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  • I’ve never joined a gym before and I’ve been planning to join one once I start studying. Thank you for being that video I needed to watch on YouTube in order to feel reassured that I’m going to totally be a badass. Thanks for the confidence boost, I really needed it. Just subscribed. Keep up the great work.

  • This is a great idea I think you should make a video like this every so often, you answered a few questions I’ve really been wanting to know about for my dad. Especially whether he should eliminate all sugar from his diet and the best exercises to lower blood pressure. I’m gonna get him to stop with any sweets and replace it with healthy sugar fruits and veggies, and am gonna start doing more aerobic exercises with him. Thanks!

  • Saved up and bought a squat rack, barbell and weights for my garage. 4 years later I save saved hundreds on gym fees and use it regularly

  • I am happy as hell as I get to goto the gym I could not afford it before but my new insurance gives me free membership to a gym and since I have one right buy my house they will pay for it they also sed since its only open so many hours a day that they would pay for that gym to use when open and a membership to the 24 hour gym 15 min away a long with send me a yoga kit for at home. so happy.

  • Anytime FItness does not allow you to cancel your membership until you:
    1. shift 8 miles away from nearest anytime fitness gym
    2. die

    its a damning scam

  • Does anyone else find Katie & Andrew extremely cute together?!!
    Like, I always go ‘awhhh’ when they say ‘& That’s our two cents’ at the end hahah

  • My gym closed in March due to Covid. They billed me the day after they closed. They said, “If I keep paying, it can be future credit.” I agreed. Two more months go by and the gym’s still closed. I canceled asking for a refund cause they billed me three times. I was under no contract! They refuse to refund me! They said, “I agreed to pay when they were closed.” I advised them, “Paying was due to future credit had I remained a member. Since I don’t have a membership, my money should be returned. Keeping it is theft!” They told me, “Any mention of theft is slander! Also they stand behind not refunding me!” They acknowledge they billed me when the gym was closed! Since I agreed to be billed, it’s free money!

  • Im Bolivian…. i paid a complete year… First… the country stopped 3 months for electoral fraud, then stopped for coronavirus… paid a year, for going 2 months:(

  • I signed up for a 3-month membership. Learned on the spot all the tips and tricks. Tomorrow will be my last day and I went 4 times per week. Now I learned enough exercises to continue the rest of my fitness journey at home with equipment I’m planning on buying. Because now I know what I used the most in the gym. But one tip, go to the gym with someone who can guide you.

  • I literally was just noticing stretch marks under my arms from lifting too hard in the gym as a growing teen being 17 years old and 6’4. I was about to research why I’m having stretch marks but thank god you said it in the video, it helped me a lot otherwise I probably would have still went aggressive in the gym.

  • pre-pandemic, i was paying a grandfathered $20/month. and using the gym 3-4 times per week; $1.25 to $1.66 per visit, wow. hoping it remains $20…

  • I run and use the pull up bars at the park. Free. And Calisthenics is better for the Body than weight lifting. Fight me, gym rats.

  • amazing video but I’m literally trying to find motivation to go����‍♀️ ah I signed up yesterday, took a tour.. I have no clue what to do or how to do machines so I was planning on just starting with cardio machines.. literally only thing I’m experienced with haha but anywho I hope I get the hang of it���� And this weird social anxiety thing about going to the gym is weird like is this normal for first time gym goers����lol I signed up honestly just to do it, now I just need to do it❕

  • My local gym costs 10 dollars per month. I do calisthenics anyways, but when quarantine is over i will go the gym to complement my body weight exercises.

  • The best solution for this is to workout at home… do push ups pull ups crunches trust me on this that’s all what you need if you are a beginner..

  • my family bought a used threadmill for cheap 15years ago. it still works ( only needs to be oiled once in a while) and i use it a lot. Advice: don’t buy the cheap compact ones that can do only 7mph max if you want to run seriously

  • In China I recently signed up for a gym that only offered yearly rates. I bought 2 years for $175 because 1 year was $150. It’s a cheaper gym but it’s got everything I need! I don’t need special smoothies or a swimming pool

  • Got my gym to charge me 10$ a month and I go 3x a week. If anyone is interested try to look into strong lift 5×5 website, I used it to squat 300lb Deadlift 320 Bench 160 in 9 months for 1rep max. I am a 5,6 and 136lb male.

  • I get stretch Marks, but im not really gaining much weight the last weeks, and i also allready have low body fat. Is it still a sign of growth, and Will my weight slowly go up or am i doing something wrong?

  • Hola podrían incorporar subtítulos en español? Hi could you include subtitles in Spanish? By the way great job!! Greetings from Chile

  • So I went to the gym for the first time ever last week. I think you missed one major elementary tip possible. Warm up!
    I joined a Synergy class with my Mother purposefully because we know literally nothing and need instruction, not even the ‘why’ of some of the exercises. The instructor didn’t believe we had never been before. Took another 10 minutes of us standing around like a bad smell for him to realise that we were telling the truth. We thought there would of been some kind of warm up instruction like a ‘the class has formally started now and now we are going to stretch’. Nope. We were expected to know to jump on a machine and warm up before class started. Who would of thought we were mind readers haha.

    Suffice to say we did have fun and we will be going back next week (hopefully still not sore by then.. its been 3 days haha)

  • If all people are gonna do is use the treadmill in a gym your just throwing money away since your wasting hundreds yearly when you can just run and walk for free outside!

  • Love your videos and advice but could you please put a short summary in the video description? I am always on the run and dont always have time to watch through the whole vid

  • I workout good and give each and every muscle group at least 30 hours of rest for every muscle group (abs everyday) and each healthy most days and NEVER drink, I just needed to fix my sleep and you showed me that, thank you ��

  • Hi doctor I would like to ask you that there are so many online tdee calculator available and all of them show different tdee? So shall I take the average to determine my tdee?

  • This video was absolutely useless to me! I exercise five times per week. I pay only $10/month and have been doing so for two years now. Thanks to all the people who sign up and stop going!

  • I used to workout in gym… Then covid 19 even happened…. It made my life upside down… I stated working out in my lawn…. Now I workout shirtless and don’t care if I swear around or fart while squatting.. I’m much more happy now ��

  • The best time of my life was when I first got tye hang of the gym, worth every penny. Now that I’ve invested into a home gym, I can workout whenever I want, including during quarantine.

  • I pay $10 a gym & use 5 times a week and I have been going to gym for over 5years. I love going to Gym & work out. It can be fun if you make friends there and care for your own health.

  • There’s something that I do totally unconscious, those type of subscriptions I put them with a electronic debit card, those that you have to recharge every time you are going to use it, so in that way I have to recharge in order to keep the subscription going, I do that with Netflix, Spotify, the gym app and headspace, because in that case if I stop using the app I can simply stop recharging the amount in my card and cancel the subscription… I wasn’t really aware of that until now

  • Ironically the most I exercise is when I don’t have a gym membership.. a pull up rod, a pair of dumbbells and running shoes is all you need..

  • For cheap, small and portable equipment for strength training outside a gym. It is hard to beat gymnastic rings. Takes care of pretty much everything except lower body training.

  • lol just keep going to the fucking gym 3-6 times a week and if you cant do that, just cancel the membership. Being healthy is not for everyone.

  • Guru bro aap same baat hi bol rhe ho. Jo parents bolte hai. Agar gym jayenge to bache bado ko copy karega hi. Isiliye parents jane nhi dete. Ground mai sab kiya jaa sakte hai

  • I pay 105 at lifetime buy I do go 6 days a week and have a good solid and committed group that I go with. It’s been 3 months and feel better than ever.

  • Don’t let your ego rule when trying to figure out what weight to use. You’re not going to impress anyone and if you hurt yourself you’ll just set your program back for weeks or months.