Many gyms are quite expensive. Especially with a view to the energy crisis and inflation, a gym membership is not in the budget for many people.
That doesn’t mean you have to give up physical fitness though: there are many ways to stay fit without spending a fortune.
Exercising in the fresh air doesn’t cost a penny. Try jogging or Nordic walking. If you don’t want to be alone, you can join a running group.
Swimming in public waters is also mostly free. In addition, many city parks have public ping-pong tables, basketball courts, and even outdoor gyms that are free to use.
In many places there are also free initiatives for outdoor sports, such as yoga or other group workouts.
Even indoor sports don’t necessarily have to cost anything. Many sports clubs offer free activities. An overview of the clubs with free sports offers in the area is available from the sports departments of the city or municipality or from the “VereinsLeben” initiative. Sports such as handball, football, track and field or group courses such as yoga and Pilates are often free of charge or for a small membership fee.
There have long been numerous free sports offers online that you can easily use at home. Platforms like YouTube offer endless fitness videos – from yoga to HIIT workouts. In addition, there are a variety of free fitness apps or websites, some of which can even be used to create a personalized training program.
This article was written by (ncz/spot).
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