The average price of a monthly gym membership is about $40, according to the International Health, Racquet & Sportsclub Association, plus initiation fees and transportation costs. Unfortunately, simply...
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For many people, the long winter months bring skiing, sledding, and other fun activities that go along with the white stuff. For others, winter puts an end to running and other outdoor fitness activities...
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Cheap home gym equipment is readily available, if you know where to look. The New York Times suggests that Craigslist is full of good deals, which sure beat the cost of joining a gym. But remember, Read more on The New York Times »
After all those holiday parties it's time to get off the couch and start working out. MSNBC points you to a few home gym options that are cheap and effective -- so long as you actually use the gear. Read more on MSNBC »
After all those rich holiday treats, you may decide it's time to hit the treadmill. How can you work off those extra pounds on the cheap? The New York Times offers a few suggestions that won't cost... Read more on The New York Times »