Friday, March 9, 2012

Which Gym

I went to the gym in my town last night. I'll call the one in my town W and the one in the other town P. W was super busy!! All the treadmills were taken and there was hardly room to turn in the weight area. The gym has a rowing machine which I did for 20 mins. I love rowing machines, because it is less leg intensive compared to ellipticals and treadmills.

W is run by the local community college like P. This gym had newer equipment, more lights, and showers. But the daily pass is twice as much!! It's not that big of a deal and remember I live in rural Montana. P is $1 a day, and W is $2 a day. They both have a $25 membership. At this time I think I'll just get $25 in cash, and use that to pay for either gym. After work I'll go to P, and on weekends I can go to W. If I go onlu 12-15 times a month I'd still be less than $25.

I originally had this blog for dieting and exercises but I feel I may need to add some work into it. Previously I didn't really have a job so I didn't have job stressors. Now my job feels like 23 hrs a day. As a teacher it's impossible to "leave work at work". Here's your warning

2 comments:

  1. When you are working on your weight loss proper exercises are as important as proper nutrition. I have stumbled upon a curious article providing the analysis, conducted by nutrition scientists, on which elements are essential for getting great shape and how they work - http://bit.ly/Qh9G8S. Very interesting information for all athletes.

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  2. When you are working on your weight loss proper exercises are as important as proper nutrition. I have stumbled upon a curious article providing the analysis, conducted by nutrition scientists, on which elements are essential for getting great shape and how they work - http://bit.ly/Qh9G8S. Very interesting information for all athletes.

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