Firstly, and most importantly, find a gym that you love, that feels comfortable,friendly and is offering the right thing for you; such as flexible hours,special offers friendly and approachable staff..
appropriate amounts of equipment so you don’t have to wait in line to use the bench..that kind of thing.
Memberships start from £16/month or from £28/month including classes, and there’s no lock-in. Alternatively, you can pay as you go from £7 a day.They’re a great bargain gym that are quite large and normally have enough equipment for no-ques training!
Xercise4Less: from £10/month OR £5/DAY
Xercise4Less Membership starts from £10/month over a year or £15/month with a 1-month contract. They also have a pay as you go option from £5 and a £20 joining fee.
FitSpace: from £10/month OR £10/DAY
Membership’s £12-£14 per month on a yearly contract or £20 per month cancel when you like option, however there is a £29 joining fee and pay as you go is £10 a day, it’s not making the top of the list… Alternatively, you can buy annual membership for £145 – £170 but for that price you could buy a few pairs of running shoes..
Pure Gym: from £10/month OR £6/Day
No-frills chain Pure Gym has tonnes of branches across the UK, MoneySavers have been impressed by the facilities, though say the gyms can be busy at peak times.
Membership costs between £10 and £26 per month, which includes classes.You can cancel at any time.
The Gym: from £11/month OR £5/Day
The Gym has a monthly membership cost of £11 to £21 per month and there’s no minimum contract length.
Gyms are open 24/7 and equipment is plentiful and high quality, no ques!
These are just a few for you, if you’re interested in joining a gym i’ve done a full review of trials and free passes! I also have a few links with special offers off gym apparel!
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