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Is it Worth Having a Gym Membership?

Written By:
Cristina Briboneria, CFP®, ADPA®, AWMA®
Vice President, Private CFO®
oXYGen Financial, Inc.

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Lately, I’ve been thinking of canceling my gym membership. What I’ve found is that most people do not use their gym membership to its full capacity, especially for as much as we all pay for it. My membership is a dollar a day, which is approximately $35 dollars a month including taxes. How often do you go to the gym in a month? Is it worth $35 a month? I haven’t been to the gym for about two months and I usually go once every other month and I know for a fact that I have not use it like I should. If you do use your gym membership—that is awesome, you are definitely getting your money’s worth!

Once you cancel your membership what do you do to keep physically fit? A great alternative would be to utilize the recreational parks in your community—your tax dollars already pay for these places. I also own a bike and it will allow me to explore many of the trails around the Atlanta area. The fresh air is great and it’ll help with my financial fitness since they are totally free! If you find a workout buddy to help you go run or ride the trails you’d both be saving money too!

My job as a Private CFO is to help you be financially fit so that you can Breathe Easier about your future! Click here to Visit or Call Oxygen Financial at 678-551-7955 for a consultation to learn more about the stretches you can make to be financially fit!

oXYGen Financial, Inc. Private CFO™ Cristina Briboneria  is one of the foremost knowledgeable professionals in giving financial advice to the X and Y Generation.

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About the author  ⁄ Ted Jenkin @ Your Smart Money Moves

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Ted Jenkin is a frequent guest columnist for the Wall Street Journal and Headline News Weekend Express. He is the co-CEO of oXYGen Financial. You can follow him on LinkedIn @ www.linkedin.com/in/theceoadvisor or on Twitter @tedjenkin.

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