Gyms Covington KY

Everything you need to know for exercising at the gym including gym exercise routines, co-ed gyms, babysitting, rules for working out in a gym and more.

Dick's Sporting Goods
(513) 347-7570
Glen Crossing
Cincinnati, OH
 
Nelson's Tents
(859) 635-2988
5720 Alexandria Pike
Cold Springs, KY

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Kattus Pro-Team Sports Inc.
(513) 821-7575
1200 Glendale-Milford Road
Cincinnati, OH

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Dick's Sporting Goods
(513) 793-1033
Sycamore Plaza
Cincinnati, OH
 
Dick's Sporting Goods
(513) 752-5525
Eastgate Pavilion
Cincinnati, OH
 
Fabric Forms Inc.
(513) 281-6300
1320 Bates Avenue
Cincinnati, OH

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Sportsco Imprinting Ltd.
(513) 641-5111
1200A Glendale-Milford Road
Cincinnati, OH

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Dick's Sporting Goods
(859) 283-2702
Turfway Crossings
Florence, KY
 
Dick's Sporting Goods
(513) 741-0800
10220 Colerain Avenue
Cincinnati, OH
 
Soccer CSI
(513) 671-7468
11711 Princeton Pike
Cincinnati, OH

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Tips to get you there

If you really expect to hold yourself to those resolutions to get in shape, then it’s important for you to make a gym wish list. After all, you wouldn’t spend money on brand new living room furniture without doing your homework and making sure it was the right color, shape and texture, would you?

Well if you’re shopping for a gym membership, you already know that it can be just as expensive as a brand new leather sectional, so why would you settle for the very first gym you find?

Ask yourself the following questions:

  • Do you want a large or small gym environment? Big gyms can offer the newest and best in fitness equipment and aerobics classes, but the flipside is that often nobody knows your name.
  • Do you want to work out with members of the opposite sex? Beginner, female gym-goers often opt for an all-women workout environment – such as Curves or Exclusively Women’s Fitness – where there is less testosterone and pressure.
  • Do you want convenience? Then pick a gym that is close to home, or on the way to or home from work. Because let’s face it – if it’s too hard to get there, you’ll find every excuse not to go.
  • Do the hours of operation fit your schedule? A gym is no good to you if it’s not open when you want to work out. If you work afternoons and want to hit the treadmill after your shift at 11 p.m., then make sure the gym adheres to the hours you want – so that you’re not adjusting your schedule for the gym.
  • Can you leave your gear at the gym? If you can’t see yourself lugging a gym bag to and from work every day then make sure your gym has a full locker room, where you’re able to leave your gear. Also, if you plan to work out before work, make sure (for the sake of your co-workers) that the gym has showers.
  • Does it have a place to stash the kids while you work out? It might sound harsh, but if you’re a mom with no sitter you’ll need a gym with daycare services. Many offer these free to memb...

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