Say what you will about new year’s resolutions, the start of the new year is still the best time to join a new gym, mainly because of the deals. If you live in a medium or large city, chances are you have more than enough gyms and fitness studios to choose from. If the thought of picking a new gym is giving you heart palpitations, keep reading to put your worries to rest.
1. Price & Contracts
While there are plenty of factors that go into choosing the best gym, price and contract terms should be at the top of your list. It’s 2020, we’re not about that keeping up with the Jones’ kind of life. We are all about living within or below our means so we can save for our old age. So basically, your new gym should easily fit into your monthly budget. If it doesn’t that’s an easy way to rule out a gym from your options.
Outside of monthly prices and fees, when you’re choosing a gym, be sure that you clearly understand any contractual terms. Can you cancel without penalty? Can you pay on a month-to-month basis? Can you suspend your membership if you go on a long vacation?
These are all questions you should ask before you sign a contract or hand over your credit card. Which reminds us, ask if