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Each month, the $45 debit to my account bothered me. While it wasn't a large amount of money, it reminded me of my tendency to act impulsively. I had been impressed by the facilities at the health club and believed I would finally lose the weight and get into shape. That was the fantasy. The reality was very different.
While I attended regularly for the first two weeks, I started making excuses shortly afterward. It was raining cats and dogs. It was too cold. It was out of my way. I was tired. Soon, my only memory of that health club was the monthly debit to my account.
After the health club fiasco, I decided to search for low-cost and no-cost activities that I could incorporate into my lifestyle. I finally got it. The key to a successful workout is to work with what you have and realize there are many ways of achieving physical fitness. I did not have to join a health club or buy expensive equipment to stay healthy. Consider the following suggestions on frugal fitness:
Carefully research all fitness products before buying. Do not buy any herbal supplements or products that promise to melt away the pounds and inches in a short period of time.
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