Fitness On A Budget: Cheap Ways To Work Out | Stephen Coleclough
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Fitness On A Budget: Cheap Ways To Work Out

Fitness On A Budget: Cheap Ways To Work Out

When it comes to working out, a lot of people use money as an excuse.

Sure, gyms are expensive and memberships to fitness centres aren’t cheap.

However, there are other ways to workout that are much more budget friendly.

Keeping fit and working out regularly doesn’t need to break the bank, it can be done at a much lower cost than most people think.

Take a look:

Afternoon strolls and family walks

A lot of people underestimate just how beneficial walking is, and it’s completely free!

Going on a walk or a hike in the local area is a fantastic way to workout on a budget.

Plus, as well as working and benefiting fitness, it’s a great way to get some fresh air.

Run in the local park

There’s no need to invest in a costly running machine in order to stay on top of your fitness game.

In fact, a run in the local park is just as beneficial.

Whether you’re into long distance running or you’re more of a sprinter, most parks will have areas that are ideal for this.

Plus, some parks even have outdoor exercise machines that are also free to use.

Cycle, cycle, cycle!

A lot of people have a bicycle stored away in the garage, but not many people use them.

However, cycling is a fantastic way to keep fit.

Nobody expects you to aim for the Tour de France, but regular cycles around the local area can improve fitness considerably.

Head to the pool

Though heading to the swimming pool will cost you the entrance fee, it’s a relatively cheap way to work out.

There’s no need to book personal lessons or join an aqua aerobics class, you can simply swim lengths on your own.

Swimming is a fantastic workout for the entire body.

When it comes to keeping fit, you don’t need to sign up to a costly gym or pay out for a monthly membership.

With a little bit of thought and planning, you’ll see that there are many cost-effective ways to workout in other ways.

Stephen Coleclough
Stephen Coleclough

Stephen Coleclough is a personal trainer and online fitness/nutrition coach from the UK. He loves heavy squats, smashing PRs and bacon sandwiches. You can follow him on Twitter at ColecloughPT.

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