Don’t Forget to Budget Your Gym Time!
Hey there, college folks! Can you believe it’s already time to kiss summer goodbye and dive back into the academic year? Between picking classes, snagging supplies, and setting those ambitious goals (we see you), it’s easy to forget about one super important thing: staying active!
As the days start to get shorter and the weather cools down, keeping up with your fitness routine becomes even more crucial. This is where a student membership at our 10GYM locations in Oklahoma and Arkansas comes in clutch.
Wondering when you can sign up for a gym membership? At 10GYM, we welcome students aged 12 and up to join either our Basic or Preferred membership levels. *
Our memberships give you access to tons of workout equipment and classes, so you can mix it up and never get bored. What’s your vibe? Pumping iron, running like the wind, or dancing in a Zumba class? We’ve got you covered.
But hitting the gym isn’t just about getting those gains. Regular exercise is a total game-changer for your mental health too. It helps reduce stress, boost concentration, and lift your mood — all things that can seriously help you crush it in your classes.
Plus, the gym is the perfect spot to connect with fellow fitness-loving students. You’ll learn from each other, build a supportive community, and who knows, you might even find your new bestie during a group workout!
So, as you gear up for the new school year, why not add a gym membership to your must-haves? Squeezing in some gym time after class doesn’t just keep you fit, it also gives you a well-deserved break from hitting the books. It’s an investment in your overall well-being that will seriously pay off throughout the school year and beyond.
Remember, staying active is just as important as acing those exams. So, consider hitting the gym after class, and let’s make this academic year a healthy and successful one.
* Want to know more about our 10GYM student memberships, age requirements, and guardian waivers? Just hit us up!
Before you start an exercise program or make changes to your nutrition, it’s important to consult with your doctor. This article is intended for information and ideas and is not a substitute for professional care. When it comes to training, your doctor is the best person to help you determine the safest and healthiest approach, especially if you have chronic or recurring health concerns.