Friday, December 3, 2021

Why Build a Home Gym? : Save Money

Save Money :


Let's face it; going to a commercial gym is not cheap. There are many costs associated with joining a commercial gym.

First you have the gym membership itself. Often it is either a large annual fee up front ranging from $400/year to thousands of dollars a year or you pay an up front registration fee, followed by a $30 to $200 a month recurring fee. Either way, it's certainly not inexpensive.

In addition to the membership fee, you actually have to pay to get to the gym. The cost of gas to and from the gym should always be considered when calculating what membership to a big gym actually costs you.




You also have to consider the wear and tear on your car. Although not an immediate cost, all those miles back and forth from the gym certainly add up.

Lastly, and the one thing almost no one considers, is the cost of your time. Most people don't think of time as having a cost, but the truth is that time is the most valuable and precious asset we have. Unlike money or any other resource, once a minute, hour or day is gone, it's gone for good and you simply can't make anymore. So this must be treated as your most precious commodity.

You should always put a cost to your time, always. Think about what is the maximum you make in one hour at work. Additionally, think about what ELSE you could be doing during that 30 minutes to and from the gym. If you could be performing a task that is going to make you money during that time, that makes it even more valuable.

 

๐Ÿ‘‰ Introduction : Why Build a Home Gym?
๐Ÿ‘‰ Save Time
๐Ÿ‘‰ Save Money
๐Ÿ‘‰ The Intimidation Factor
๐Ÿ‘‰ Distractions
๐Ÿ‘‰ How Do I Build a Home Gym?

Why Build a Home Gym? : Save Money Why Build a Home Gym? : Save Money Why Build a Home Gym? : Save Money Why Build a Home Gym? : Save Money Why Build a Home Gym? : Save Money Why Build a Home Gym? : Save Money



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