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Updated by Meagan Hollman on Apr 04, 2019
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Why Work Out at a Gym?

Regular exercise is a must to keeping your body healthy, your energy up and your brain at peak performance. But if you’re a busy Utah college student and sometimes it’s hard to get off the couch, running up and down the street sounds like a drag. So, go work out at a gym. Here are a few benefits of a gym membership:

1

Classes.

Classes.

Gyms offer free classes, unlike your Utah college, to help keep you fit while having fun. Classes like Boot Camp and Body Pump are designed to speed up your heart rate for maximum cardio. Zumba Fitness is a fun, high powered way to burn calories. The best part about gym classes is that you aren’t sweating by yourself.

2

Specialized Equipment.

Specialized Equipment.

Gyms have tons of specialized equipment to help strengthen and tone all areas of your body. If it’s a muscle, there’s a machine for it. This is great, too, because it lets you mix things up. Each trip to the gym brings the possibility of a new workout.

3

Personal Trainers.

Personal Trainers.

Gyms have certified personal trainers who got their degrees at a Utah college just like you. They know how to help you target those flabby areas of your body, how to get the most out of your workout and can give you nutrition advice. Trainers even make great therapists when you need to vent about the week’s stresses.

4

Hot Tubs and Swimming Pools.

Hot Tubs and Swimming Pools.

Some gyms have private hot tubs near the dressing rooms. After your workout, you can take a dip and relax those sore muscles. If you’re a swimmer, some of the bigger gym complexes have pools for you to do early morning laps in.

5

Motivation.

Motivation.

You do have to pay for a gym membership. What better motivation to get off the couch is there than not wasting your money?

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