There is a stereotype about gyms that they are notoriously easy to get into (and to get a membership for) thanks to the countless special offers that they have, but that they are extremely difficult to break free from. It seems that they make their money largely from people who never go to the gym (these kinds of people are usually ones that signed up because of a new year’s resolution and never fulfilled it) but still pay their monthly membership fee, either because they have forgotten completely about it or because they are too afraid to quit it.
There is a famous episode of the TV show ‘Friends’, where Chandler and Ross try to quit the gym. However, every time they go in there they are asked why they are ‘quitters’ and they are made to feel guilty, so instead of quitting they decide not to (until they get home). This is many people’s warped view of most gyms, which is (of course) wrong 99% of the time. However, to make a stereotype, this has to be true in some way.
Most gyms don’t make you feel guilty for quitting – instead they make you work extremely hard to get out of your contract. Most gyms make you send them a written notification that you want to leave as well as forcing you to give 3 months notice. Some gyms even go as far as asking you to pay a cancellation fee.
Whenever signing up for a gym, always make sure to read the small print in the contract before you sign. Remember that you have the power to choose (most large towns have at least a few gyms) so never get too emotionally attached to one.
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