A lot of fitness gyms in the London area don’t give a hoot about service and quality any longer. It’s all about being able to offer the cheapest memberships – and the word “cheap” might well be fitting here.
To be honest, I don’t understand folks who join those gyms because this is supposed to save a couple or so bucks less. This doesn’t make any sense to me. In my opinion, one of the most important things that I am looking for in a gym is that I can get support and help when I need it.
Pretty much any time when I want to start with new routines, say when I want to lose a few pounds or get some abs going, I want a fitness pro give me advise on what to do. I don’t know about you, but I’m not born a fitness professional and I certainly don’t have to time to read many books on how to exercise right. This is why I think that fitness gyms with a personal trainer are the best.
If you have a personal trainer, no matter what fitness goal you have, he was you can always be there to make sure that you do all the right routines.
What about those who are entirely new to fitness and just join a gym?
There recent bargain fitness chains in the United Kingdom don’t offer any support tips, I wonder how a newbie would be able to find their way around how would they know about exercise equipment and how to use it without anyone around to give them the right instructions and advice?
Those folks who think that the “cheapest” gym is the best should recognise that it’s pretty much wasted money if they cant get the help and support they might need. I think it is much better to join a high quality fitness gym where a membership might possibly costs five bucks more per month but then you know that you won’t have any such problems down the road. Should you live in Eastern London, a personal trainer in Hackney sure would be your best choice.