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Free Gold's Gym

Thursday, September 15, 2011

I was looking for a local gym and found out that Gold's gym offer a free 7 day pass. I could not pass up the 'free' stuff. So I went to the gym yesterday and had a free body assessment. The gym associate (I don't think she is a PT) measured my body fat in 7 different places and told me I'm 30% bf. Well, that is lower than what my home scale says. I'm happy that I am not fat as I thought but I am weaker than I thought. Before my appointment, I did my ST and light cardio at home. The associate made me do warm-up cardio for 5 minutes and use all the weight machines after she show me what to do. I was dead tired when I got home. This morning I was still sore all over.

I have my free trial until 21st. I will go to the gym every day and use different cardio machines like stair master, bicycle, treadclimber. I am excited and I hope this helps me to lose wt.
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  • FEELINGFITERIN
    Did you end up joining? They have it here for $10/month a lot of times, or $100 for the year. Pretty good deal! I workout at home though so I didn't get the membership.
    1600 days ago
  • FLGIRL_4EVER
    Glad you found something like that for free. emoticon
    1910 days ago
  • SPIRITELLO
    Way to go!!!! that's a great idea
    1911 days ago
  • TERJEGOLD
    You might want to have your assessment done again. Generally they ask that you do NOT workout prior to an assessment. It affects your Body Fat measurements as well as your flexibility, ST and cardio endurance assessments.

    Great deal on the free time at the gym. It's a great way to see if that particular gym might be a good fit for you on a longer term basis.
    1911 days ago
  • RUBYEMMA775
    Thanks for the tip, love free stuff :)
    1911 days ago
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