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Gyms and Fitness Centers Coachella CA

Well, the first step to increase their fitness level is finding a gym. Finding the right gym is a difficult process and in some cases a huge hassle. Follow these simple steps below and you will find the right gym/health club.

Vineyard Golf Club
(760) 863-1936
44790 Dillon Rd
Coachella, CA
 
Coachella Valley Boxing Club
(760) 398-5514
51301 Douma St
Coachella, CA

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Birdie Homes III Llc
(760) 777-8366
56498 Palms Dr
La Quinta, CA
 
Power of Fitness LLC
(760) 342-9367
82625 Showcase Parkway
Indio, CA
 
World Gym
(760) 564-9822
46760 Commerce Ct
La Quinta, CA

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Curves For Women
(760) 398-9770
51335 Harrison St
Coachella, CA
 
Body Alive
(760) 777-9746
53860 Avenida Juarez
La Quinta, CA
 
Hideaway the
(760) 777-7400
80465 Via Savonna
La Quinta, CA
 
Quarry At La Quinta the
(760) 777-1100
1 Quarry Ln
La Quinta, CA
 
Curves
(760) 863-5776
42425C Jackson St Suite S-1
Indio, CA

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Gyms and Fitness Centers

A Beginner’s Guide to the Gym

Well, 2010 is here and it’s time to start those New Year’s resolutions. A popular resolution by many people is to increase their fitness level. Well, the first step to doing so is finding a gym. Finding the right gym is a difficult process and in some cases a huge hassle. Follow these simple steps below and you will find the right gym/health club. woman working out

Beginner’s Guide to the Gym:

Step 1: Research several gyms/health clubs and find a few that satisfy your needs/wants.

Step 2: Visit each of those gyms/health clubs and tour them to see if you like or dislike the environment/equipment.

Step 3: Sit down with a membership representative and figure out if you want to do a month-to-month or yearly plan.

Step 4: Use a personal trainer! Most gyms/health clubs offer free personal training sessions for new members. Take advantage of this to get new fitness tips and answers to your questions. (Learn more about How to Find the Right Personal Trainer .)

Step 5: Set a goal. Setting a reasonable goal is the biggest part of this process. Don’t shoot the moon right out of the gates. Start slow and progress to more difficult workout routines. This will help motivate you and give you something to strive for. Reward yourself every time you meet your goal, this will keep you on track and give you something to look forward to.

Step 6: Get on a three to five day workout routine to help you stay co...

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