Gym membership on a tight budget

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      I’m so jealous! My local YMCA isn’t like that – swim

      classes are an extra fee, a “full” scholarship still

      leaves you paying 50% of the membership fee.

      >>>I just wanted to vote for the YMCA. We just joined

      and they are awesome! I

      can drop off my kids for up to 2 hours a day and go

      and work out. They have

      (free with membership) swim classes, water aerobics,

      and several land

      exercise classes. I joined to build muscle and they

      have a computer program

      where the trainers set you up initially and then you

      just punch in your

      number and the machine keeps up with all you do, your

      weight, reps,

      everything! It is like having a personal trainer

      without paying for one,

      and they are always walking by incase you need to ask

      them a question.

      We are a low income family and I applied and received

      a scholarship, so I

      only have to pay a percentage of the cost each month.

      Our location has a huge indoor waterslide that my

      girls are in love with so

      we all have a great time. It has replaced most of our

      television time

      Join this group to find out about local deals and bargains:

      https://groups.yahoo.com/group/frugalinmassachusetts/

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