Now I’m not trying to give you an excuse to recite every time you look back on your year’s fitness goals and realise that you’re no closer to reaching any of them as of yet, but one of the main obstacles to reaching one’s fitness goals and seeing through your New Year’s health and exercise resolutions is indeed that of maintaining this healthy lifestyle proving to be a bit expensive. Between the supplements you might see a need to take, the gym membership fees you’ll need to pay and everything else associated with living healthier, it can all weigh a bit too heavily on the pocket.
Okay, so maybe I am indeed giving you an excuse you can use, but along with that excuse I’m going to give you a solution to that specific problem and it comes in the form of using Groupon Coupons to boost your prospects of actually realising your 2017 health and fitness goals if money was indeed a barrier. There are some other barriers of course, like a lack of motivation, in which case would a change of scenery for just a little bit do the trick?
Take a discounted round-trip flight with Orbitz to some beachside spa/detox retreat for example and you’ll come back rejuvenated and with a renewed sense of purpose which could put you right back on your health and fitness terrace. While we’re on the subject of retreats, Booking.com’s Groupon coupon page has some great discounts for you on accommodation as well, so you can really make it happen.
Some of the best discounts you could really lay into as far as getting some assistance and financial relief with regards to your health and fitness terrace are from the likes of Walmart’s Groupon coupons. It’s not even a matter of exclusively and specifically targeting something like those discounts which are aimed at the department store’s Pharmacy, Health & Beauty department or even their Sports, Fitness & Outdoors department, but rather placing your target on all their special offers and discounts. I mean if you can get something — anything for up to 63% off, surely you could find someone who wanted to buy it in the first place and was always willing to pay the full retail price for it, in which case you’d perhaps just resell it to them at just below retail price.
You can then use that “profit” you make to buy what you wanted to buy in the first place, in relation to your health, fitness and exercise goals. The same applies to Walgreens I guess.
Other than that the entire first half of the year is almost gone, so now that you have an idea of how you can cut costs associated with getting your health and fitness goals back on track, the rest is up to you to find some motivation to keep at it. Remember, it’s a lifestyle and not some passing fad, so unless you’re busy on a project which is due to run its course in the near future, something like being too busy to work on your health and fitness through exercise and healthy eating is a lousy excuse.