Fitness is One of Top New Years Resolutions
Posted December 29, 1997
RALEIGH — Of all the typical New Year's resolutions, a quest for improved personal health frequently tops the list. As a result, health clubs enjoy such a boom in membership the first of each year. WRAL's Health Team Fitness Expert, Chris Mondragon, says there is much to consider before signing on the dotted line.
Mondragon says a good club will have a wide variety of free weights, exercise machines and cardio-vascular equipment.
Lee Paynter says she's learned to look for more than just good equipment in a new health club.
Mondragon says ask specific questions about the contract you're offered, such as under what conditions could you be released from a contract. He says reputable clubs will be flexible.
Mondragon says make sure the club's location is convenient for you and your schedule. If everything checks out, he says a club will help you keep your commitment to fitness.
Mondragon also advises that you try the club for a month before signing a year-long contract.