Whether you belong to a gym or thinking of joining one, don't take things for granted! Just as the gym has it's questionnaire to get information out of you, you also should have a questionnaire to find out more about the gym you are about to hand over your hard earned $$ to.
If you are a member of a gym you still need to ask yourself certain questions about your gym. How satisfied do you feel about your membership? How many times per week do you go to the gym? What exercises ... do you do there? Do you feel like you are getting your money's worth? How do you plan staying committed to working out in your gym this year?
Other questions you should ask whether new or old to the gym - Is it first aid ready? Where is the first aid kit(s)? Who are the first aid responders? What certifications do the trainers have? What is the general condition of the gym and gym equipment? If you have to sign up to a contract can you take it away to read it thoroughly so you can understand their cancellation policies? Are they just telling me what I want to hear just to get me to sign up? They offered me a "free" orientation - is that just a ploy to sign me up? cocktail dresses for mature women
Gyms can become complacent once they have you signed up. Keep in mind that in effect you are employing your gym to help you get and maintain a level of fitness that you want (not what they think you should have). You should be able to "sack" your gym if you feel it is not doing it's part effectively, competently and in an affordable manner for you. So read their contracts carefully and if you don't feel comfortable with it don't sign it!
The best gym is a gym that listens, is flexible and doesn't tie you up with contracts!See More