I'm not sure what the city you are moving to is like, but you should look into city gyms. They are small but you can get drop-in passes so that you only really pay when you go, at a much cheaper rate than the big chain gyms. That being said, I got to World Health and I love it. All the classes really keep me motivated to try new things.
Dance like there's nobody watching, Love like you'll never get hurt, And live life like today is your last.
current weight: 189.9
Fitness Minutes: (540) Posts: 240 5/7/12 1:57 P
WElcome back home! Whereabouts are you returning to? as for ways to exercise, I would agree with GraceMcc45 join a gym- try the YMCA. There as you ight know come weights and cardio machines, a pool, running track etc. Once the weather warms up you can venture outside and bike, walk, run etc.
God is always with us. Let Him strengthen us on our journey to health.
Try out Goodlife gyms. Yes, expensive, but they have so much to offer - a wide array of trainers, classes, equipment, and clubs you can go to no matter where you are in Canada. The staff at my regular gym are always welcoming, say hello by name (once you become a real regular!) and are always willing to help.
Welcome back home!
Lost 65lbs in 15 months to get healthy and in top shape to try to get pregnant, and succeeded! Had our first baby in February 2013!
I only gained 32lbs in my pregnancy (and immediately lost half within a few weeks of his birth). April 1st is my full restart date.
current weight: 152.5
Fitness Minutes: (180) Posts: 28 12/20/11 8:42 A
I'm a twenty something year old, lived (and subsequently left) Alberta for about six years. LOVE Edmonton, but MAAAAN can it get COLD!
I am now living in a country that is nice and toasty- can get up to fifty degrees, can you believe it??
Anyhoo, I'm returning back to good ol' Canada soon, and wonder how to lose weight in that weather? I'm trying my best here, to lose about 40 some kgs before I return, because in the cold I can NOT live without my nice hot chocolate (with added sugar: I know T_T ).
Any suggestions? I have joined a gym here, but in Canada its expensive (and the uni's gym is awful!)
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