Take a look at how the staff feels when they observe all this dreariness. If the owners do not recognize the fact that their facility is a bit of depressing it is possible that they're not concerned enough with how the people feel about going to their gym. It is important to be happy going to the fitness center. It should energize you and improve your mood. The gym should be well illuminated not just for your mood, but also to ensure safety also. Make sure you're looking. The Money Grab - Sign Number Four You should be wary of: "New member specials" are too tempting to be true. There are many gyms that offer discounts to members who are just making an initial sign up. The ads are everywhere. It is possible to join at a cost of 10 dollars per month. Yes, you can join with as little as $10 per month in the first six months as said, but typically, it requires a commitment for a longer period of time with a major increase after these six months. This may appear to be a great deal with these cheap initial offers, but make sure to look over the fine print. Most of the time, what you'll get if you look over the details is that you're signing to a 2 year or more contract. In the first six months, your monthly payment increases between $10 and hundreds of dollars every month. It can be difficult to terminate the agreement after you've accepted it. That doesn't mean all gyms operate this way, but you can be sure that the majority of gyms are. It is essential to fully understand what you are signing before you sign anything. The true cost of membership will not be what you imagine. If you are signing up for a super low introductory deal which goes up after a particular duration, is it better to simply go to a gym with a lower introductory price but a higher price overall? A lot of people pay for a gym membership that will never be used due to the fact that they cannot get out of the agreement. Some contracts have the "buy-out" clause that no one ever reads. The clause basically will.