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    Hey there, I am wanting to join a gym, but want to get the most out of my membership, what do you think makes a good gym?
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    Depend on what your looking for, if personally I go to gyms which offer personnel trainers, that way I can maximise the chance of acheiveing my goals. But mainly go to gyms which have a reasonable price, with good equipiment and an overall nice enviroment. Hope this helped
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    Lol, my little brother just asked me this, personelly I like gyms with a nice friendly enviroment and helpful staff. I think a good gym is one that runs special progamms to help other acheive what they want. For example some gyms offer certain classes desigend for a certain goal, for example a weight loss class, or a muscle gain class or an endurance class. Generally most gyms will do this but some will not, I like to do the programms because it helps me with what I want. But then I guess personnell trainers do that aswell, I just find the programms to be cheaper.
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    The available amount of space to utilise, the cleanliness of the machines etc. and also helpful staff
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    Thanks, I think one of those specially designed classes will do me well, but I woudnt mind a personnel trainer either. Ill just see which one works best for me. Thanks again.
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    (Original post by shaminn)
    The available amount of space to utilise, the cleanliness of the machines etc. and also helpful staff
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    No probz. Happy to help.
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    Hello,
    Well joining gym is very good thought of yours and i appreciate it. look their also available some low cost gyms which you can prefer...
 
 
 
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