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I'm about to join Bannatyne's

Discussion in 'Fitness Health and Exercise' started by lighterlifeclaire, 28 September 2009 Social URL.

  1. lighterlifeclaire

    lighterlifeclaire Silver Member

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    Hi all..

    Well.. last week I had a breakthrough... I have been to the gym a few times before and pretty much HATED it... I have only ever been "because I should"

    However, last week I went as a guest to Bannatyne's (my size 8 friend has just joined)... I went aqua aerobics and then for a little relax in the Jacuzzi and its the only time I have left the gym wondering when I will next have a chance to go back!!!

    So..... I am joining on Wednesday (when I am paid!) - It's £55pm... :eek: that is the only painful thing... but as my friend said "£55 for your health?" ... I think its true... so this week I embark on my fitness! Although I was not intending to go to the "gym" and only attend the classes, they have thrown in 3 months of personal training... so I am going to be doing 1 gym session per week, 2 aqua classes, and 1 spinning session :rolleyes:

    Wish me luck, does any1 want to join me?!?! XX :D
     
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    I joined Bannatynes in July and am really enjoying it - i've tried a couple of gyms before but never really got into it but so far i have been sticking with this quite well - also the opening times are great for me. It is quite expensive but decided it would be worth it and as I am tied in for a year i make sure I go and get my money's worth lol!

    Good luck with your goals -let us know how you are getting on.
     
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    i think thats it... bein able to pay £5 a session with no tie-in, I was going every so often!! Payin 55 pm will make me go more!

    Are there any classes u wud reccomend?! do u know wot 20/20/20 is?!?!?!

    Which one do u go to? :)
     
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    yeah - knowing you've paid you're money definitely makes you go.

    Haven't heard of 20/20/20. I tend to use the gym more doing cardio or weights - you should get a good few inductions showing you how to use everything properly - before i've always been too intimidated by weights and didnt' know what to do.

    The only class i have tried so far has been body pump which is where you are using weights to music - it is hard work but worth it - i hadn't done anything like it before so felt a bit strange to start with but you soon get into the hang of it.
     
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