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Fitness on a Budget

Seven ways to help you meet your budget and fitness goals.

More Options, Lesser Price

Don’t be a slave to the newsstand. Sure, the newsstand is great when you’re at an airport and trying to find a way to keep yourself entertained with the latest issue of your favorite magazine, but why be at their mercy when it comes to price and issue selection? Get a subscription and save as much as 70% off the Men’s Fitness cover price. It’s simple math. Would you rather pay $15 and get three issues, or pay $15 and get an entire year’s worth of issues in either digital or print formats?

Do It Yourself

Regardless of the season, if you’re a homeowner, there’s always some type of yard or maintenance work to be done. You may not have a lot of time, or you may not actually enjoy it, but instead of paying someone to rake your leaves, shovel your snow, mow your lawn, or plant an apple tree, the savings and accompanying cardio workout make it all worthwhile. Chances are the money you save on just one transaction will cover your monthly gym fees and the calories you’ll burn will rival an average workout.

[see: How Much of a Workout is Yard Work]

Social Media

Are you still refusing to sign up for Twitter and Facebook? If so, 1997 called and they’re asking for you. Seriously, it seems almost everyone is now on these social media platforms and that includes some of the world’s finest personal trainers. They offer great information, videos, and tips to help you reach your goals and all you have to do is sign up for free. While you’re at it, don’t forget to like Men’s Fitness on Facebook and follow us on Twitter.



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