Sometimes I really do struggle to enjoy the logic behind why so many people complain about stuff and one that often perplexes me is when people complain about fitness costs. This once again frustrated me lately when I saw people talking about the Charles D’Angelo fees for his magnificent course, which aren’t in reality that expensive. Complaining about fitness costs make no sense to me and there are a number of reasons which I want to go into today as to exactly why this makes no sense. If you are a moaner when it comes to fitness, here is why you may need to stop.
There is very little in this world that is more important than health or happiness, and this is why I can never understand why people place so much more importance on material possessions and frivolous spending. In the main there are many who complain about the cost of a gym membership but are more than happy to drop $1000+ on a new smartphone.
For most people when they start going to a gym or they begin an online fitness course they end up saving a great deal of money in other areas of their lives. Take for example the cost of junk food and snacks, it is far healthier and far cheaper to buy fruit and vegetables. We also find that those who are living a healthy lifestyle will dedicate more time to preparing food and that will also result in less impulse buys and ultimately less money spent per week. In reality the additional cost of a gym membership is often offset by the savings which are made elsewhere in someone’s life.
Here’s the thing abut fitness, if you are able to afford a gym membership or an online fitness course and you think that it will give you the motivation and the support that you need then go ahead and do it. What people who can’t afford this or who simply don’t want to pay it fail to realize, is that there are thousands of options in terms of getting fit which don’t cost money. The difference between paying for it is that you get access to better equipment and better knowledge, not to mention the inspiration. It is not necessary to pay it but you will benefit from doing so.
Work Hard For The Money
We all work very hard for the money which we make and that is why spending it on something like fitness means that we are going to be much more motivated to maintain a program, so that we don’t lose out on the money which we have invested. Unless money means very little to you, it is highly likely that putting up cash for a fitness program means that you are really going to want to get your money’s worth!
If you can afford it and you wish to invest in yourself then it makes perfect sense, forget what the moaners say.