Do you do it? If so, how often and how do you know it's time? If not, what keeps you where you're at?
I stay at the gym im at because I have been a member for a long time and every time I renew my contract I get to keep my original rate. I cant find anything else in my area that even comes close to what I am paying right now (19.99/month).
Stay at lifetime because it's the fking teets.
Can't move away from it, the hot tub, the sauna, the swimming pool, it just wins me over. And the time I workout is not as busy so I get a lot of the free weights to myself.
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24 hour fitness bc it's right next to my neighborhood, I used to rotate through 24 and metroflex though
Always willing to learn :D
I'm locked into a 3 year contract unless I move 25+ miles away, but I wouldn't leave it, anyway. My promo rate was $15/month + an extra $5/month for unlimited tanning. So I pay $20/month and have 24/7 access. It's also a 3 minute drive from my house.
Psalm 34:10 - "The lions may grow weak and hungry, but those who seek the Lord lack no good thing."
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I work as a freelance contractor so I can move around a lot (having said that, last contract lasted almost 8 years!) so changing a gym is usually forced on me. Given a free choice and if I found a good gym then I'd stick with it - moving is a pain.
One thing that would make me move though would be over-crowding - really spoils my session if I have to hang around waiting for others to finish.
Train hard, eat well, get plenty sleep - nuff said.
I bounce around quite often but I seem to have fallen into a routine as of late. I've been a ymca member for as long as I can remember. Just recently moved from one ymca to another. The original ymca I was at is pretty massive in fact I think its the largest in the state of pa. But do to a job change and gas prices I was forced to move to a closer ymca and I love it. It's small and old school. The weight room is in the basement and it's nothing but freeweights a few old plate loaded machines and the yates row setup. Its cheap and rarely occupied by more than the same 7 people who all seem to know what they're doing
Other than that I may try and move to exercise warehouse in Pittsburgh its supposed to be great