Get a good workout without a gym membership

Recently, my sister and I were discussing our love/hate relationships with exercise when she told me something that struck me as funny. Apparently, she has trouble convincing herself to jog as long as she should, so she devised a plan.

“When I know I'm not very motivated, I'll have my husband get in the car and drop me off a few miles from home,” she said with a snicker.

Once dropped off, she had no choice but to push through whatever issues she was trying to overcome that day, she explained.

What's so Hard About Working Out?

I thought her plan was both hilarious and genius at the same time. And sadly, I can relate to her situation. The truth is, I also have trouble staying on track when it comes to working out, and sometimes I have to trick myself. For example, I've push-mowed my own grass for a while now, but not to save money. In my eyes, push-mowing amounts to around 45 minutes of cardio and an upper-arm workout to boot. And when I don't hire that work out, I have to do it.

But mowing the grass is just once per week. When it comes to traditional workout routines, I have a whole host of excuses, including these:

“I don't want to pay for a gym membership.”

“I don't have time.”

“I don't want to sacrifice free time with my husband.”

I've said all of these things, and others, for years. But the truth is, none of them are 100 percent accurate all of the time. When you really want something, you make time for it. And there have been times when I have made time to work out and been truly happy with the results. Life may be busy, but it really is all about priorities.

Getting Fit Without the Gym

Of course, it is easy to get in the habit of believing that you need a gym membership to get into better shape. But with gym memberships ranging from $50 to $200 a month, it's also easy to understand why many people shy away from the new expense. Fortunately, there are a wide range of ways to get fit without the gym and, in some cases, without any equipment at all. After spending some time researching all of the options, here is what I came up with:

  • Exercise in the great outdoors –– Spending time outdoors may provide much more than an opportunity to exercise; it can also put you back in touch with nature. Meanwhile, it is almost the perfect place to crank up some tunes and jog, walk, run, or bike. If you live near hiking trails, you can also push the limits with long or short hikes that test your stamina and boost your heart rate. And the best part is, exercising outdoors is free.
  • Buy some cheap, used equipment for home — Of course, there are times when outdoor exercise may be next to impossible, or at least more hassle than you want to experience. If you have room in your home, you could always consider buying a treadmill, elliptical, or weight bench new or used off of a site like Craigslist. If you have a room to spare and don't mind sacrificing the space, set up a small, in-home gym with equipment you know you will use regularly — and not just for hanging ironed shirts.
  • Stream your routine — The Internet offers plenty of opportunities for those who want to stream exercise videos into their own home. For example, if you subscribe to Netflix, you have instant access to all kinds of free exercise routines that will play directly on your TV. Meanwhile, big name exercise gurus like Tracy Anderson have begun offering live streaming workouts and online tutorials that you can access from the comfort of your own home. You can also scope out YouTube for workout routines, although you should do so at your own risk since anything you find there is less likely to come from a professional.
  • Get back into video games — Game consoles like the Xbox Kinect and the Nintendo Wii were created to get kids moving as they play new games and explore. But they aren't only for kids; these new technologies have also been geared to interest adults and offer many exercise games in addition to racing games and shoot-em-ups. With the Wii, for example, you can do anything from yoga to dancing to Zumba, and all with games and routines you can easily buy in-store or online. My daughter has the Wii game Just Dance, and it is one heck of a workout — not to mention the fact that it is really fun!
  • Break out the old exercise videos — I don't know about you, but I have a ton of old exercise videos stashed away. Sadly, some of them are even on VHS, including some really funny Tae Bo and Sweatin' to the Oldies tapes. In addition to whatever you have at home, you might also be able to check out free workout videos at your local library. Consider trading around with your friends. Most people have at least a few videos they have purchased over the years, and they might be willing to trade with you periodically as a way to keep things fresh and new.
  • Stop outsourcing — Housecleaning, yard work, and home repairs are all chores that can burn some serious calories if you do them yourself instead of outsourcing them. Bonus: You could also save money by in-sourcing those tasks instead of paying someone else. Try mowing your own yard (not with a riding mower), dusting, sweeping, and mopping your own home, or even cleaning out the garage or washing windows if you want to feel the burn. Even better, try wearing ankle weights or wrist weights while you clean!

Gym memberships can be a huge and expensive commitment, and it just doesn't make sense for most of us. But that doesn't mean we can't keep our bodies moving in other ways and still accomplish the same thing without the monthly expense.

For me, that usually means deep-cleaning my house a little more often, push-mowing my lawn, and maybe having my husband abandon me in a random parking lot in the not too distant future. Hey, I'll do whatever it takes to stay in decent shape and take care of the body that needs to carry me through several more decades. Because, as they say, an investment in our health is the best investment that any of us can make.

How do you save money on fitness? Do you work out at home or do you splurge for a gym membership?

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Beth
Beth
5 years ago

Great tips 🙂 Gym memberships are pricy around here and I don’t find they’re a good value for me. Many of my coworkers switched to home gyms when they had their first kid to save time. I like to exercise outdoors, but I find it’s a challenge this time of year. (It’s -25 C here today!) I love the tip about checking out local trails. Some of the trails in my area have places to rent cross country skis or snow shoes too — great for a family outing! While I cringe at the idea of driving somewhere to walk… Read more »

Mrs. Frugalwoods
Mrs. Frugalwoods
5 years ago

Your sister’s method cracks me up! I haven’t had a gym membership in years but I workout almost daily. We have a weight bench that we bought off Craigslist, which I use to do my lifting (yes, ladies can lift too 🙂 ). And, my husband and I do the 7-minute workout together every morning–it’s a circuit of exercises designed to be efficient and effective. We also love to hike on the weekend and take Frugal Hound on long walks around the city. Plus, my husband bikes to work everyday and we both have standing desks in our offices. But,… Read more »

Young Millennial
Young Millennial
5 years ago

I think it is also a good idea to have a workout buddy who will motivate you. Also, you have to stick to your routine once you find what works for you. My wife’s excuse was that a gym membership was too expensive when we lived in a house. Now we live in a condo with a gym and she went there only 3-4 times since moving in. She wanted to use our Wii so I got her a used Fit board and a bunch of games. Well, that lasted only a few days. She also got an elliptical machine… Read more »

Cynthia
Cynthia
5 years ago

Our town has two YMCA’s and also the city runs a lot of classes. All of them are very reasonably priced. I am a lot more motivated to work out in group exercise situations, so I belong to the recreation center at the university where I work. For $19 per month I have access to 80 free classes per week, a swimming pool, ping pong and a lot of other things. Knowing that I have already paid helps me to use it. Where I live you needn’t be affiliated with the university to get a membership.

Jennifer Carey
Jennifer Carey
5 years ago

I wouldn’t knock a gym membership. Many offer steep discounts (Planet Fitness), Costco and other Big Box Retailers offer steeply discounted memberships to national gyms, buy a groupon for classes, etc. Your employer may offer discounted or even free memberships (if their employees workout, they often see a decline in medical claims). I personally need a gym because I need the variety of weights and machines that won’t fit in my home! I buy a Costco membership and my overall cost is about $11/month for 2 years and I can use a gym in this network anywhere in the country… Read more »

Holly
Holly
5 years ago
Reply to  Jennifer Carey

I tend to believe that gym memberships are worth it if you actually use them.

Adam
Adam
5 years ago

My wife has a $20 a month gym membership and went 0 times last year. I went on Craigslist and spent $200 a few years ago on p90x, p90x2, and all of the equipment needed, and it works great.

TheFamilyFinder
TheFamilyFinder
5 years ago

I try to do things with my kids. When we go to the park I play on the equipment. We watch dance videos on youtube and I dance with them. We walk to the creek to throw rocks. We go geocaching and try to find ones that are out in the woods so we can hike. They are learning to ride bikes and I will ride with them. I never exercise. I don’t like it. Staying active with my kids means that I am a better mom and moving at the same time. I recently sold off all of our… Read more »

Mrs PoP
Mrs PoP
5 years ago

“I don’t want to sacrifice free time with my husband.”

Why not make working out a family affair? Go hiking, running, bicycling, or whatever together!

I think for people having a hard time building a work out routine into their day, should look into biking to work. It’s a really easy way to get a bit of exercise as bookends to your (for most of us) sedentary workday. It’s a pretty easy habit to develop and really enjoyable, too!

Holly
Holly
5 years ago
Reply to  Mrs PoP

When you have kids, you no longer have much quality time with your spouse until the kids are in bed. That’s why I’ve always been hesitant to make time for the gym at 8:00 p.m. That is really our only time to talk without being interrupted or spending any quality time together. Yes, we are “together” when the kids are up, but it is no longer the type of quality time you have with your spouse before you have kids. Fortunately, I can always get up real early and work out. That really helps! I think it’s easy to forget… Read more »

JoDi
JoDi
5 years ago
Reply to  Holly

As someone who grew up in NY with lots of snow each year, I have to disagree that it is hard to get exercise outdoors during winter. We used spend hours playing in the snow, sledding, building igloos, and having snowball fights. I’m sure we burned tons more calories each hour than we did in the summer. Hiking in snow is great exercise too, and I love to shovel our driveway when it snows because it’s like a bonus workout! Once you get 5 minutes into it, you have to take off your coat except on the very coldest days… Read more »

Holly
Holly
5 years ago
Reply to  JoDi

I agree and disagree. Shoveling snow and playing in the snow- yes! Biking- probably not until the streets are cleared. And the weather matters- a nice winter day is much different than a freezing, miserable one. I like to get outdoors as much as I can during winter. I get stir crazy being indoors to much!

Mrs. PoP
Mrs. PoP
5 years ago
Reply to  Holly

It’s been in the low 80’s lately so it’s easy to forget other folks are buried in snow!

But when weather appropriate, definitely outside fun together! Even as a family… there is a family that goes for a walk together every night, mom, dad and 4 (maybe 5 now?) kids (the oldest is maybe 8? youngest an infant) + the family dog. It’s great to see them getting fresh air and exercise together.

Beth
Beth
5 years ago
Reply to  Mrs PoP

I’m all for exercising outdoors, but I’m with Holly on this one — it isn’t safe for everyone. Where I live, low temps (especially with a windchill) and ice and snow on the streets make winter cycling hazardous. I don’t live that far north, but we’ve got fewer of hours of daylight too so many people are travelling in the dark.

If you can cycle to work, that’s great 🙂 Even the dedicated cyclists I know stow their bikes and opt for public transit during the worst of winter.

PJ @ NetWorthNirvana
PJ @ NetWorthNirvana
5 years ago

When people tell me they want to quit their job to follow their dream, the first thing I ask is how they spend their free time. If they’re not already hustling on their dream in their free time, they’re pretty much doomed to fail. I tend to find that exercise is just like everything else. If it’s truly important to you, you’ll make time for it no matter what. Buying fancy equipment or an expensive gym membership won’t magically turn you into a gym rat. I’m currently trying to up my fitness game. For me, that means either following along… Read more »

Laura
Laura
5 years ago

There are some great comments in this thread but this is one of the best. You are so right about following your dream, whatever it may be, while you’re in your current life circumstances instead of waiting for it to magically change. Thanks for the inspiration (even knowing this, I still need to work on following it!).

Julie
Julie
5 years ago

“If it’s truly important to you, you’ll make time for it no matter what.”

bingo

Kalie @ Pretend To Be Poor
Kalie @ Pretend To Be Poor
5 years ago

These are great ideas for saving on exercise. I like to get exercise videos from the library. Also, a large local church has a great cardio/strength class for $2 with amazing free childcare. We are very fortunate to have this. Or sometimes the kids and I just have a dance party! Walking with the double stroller or running with the jogging stroller is also a good work out.
My husband likes biking to work, chopping wood, or playing basketball for exercise.

Shari
Shari
5 years ago

I do bodyweight workouts and I’m loving it. I have a phone app that guides me through a 10-week program that gets progressively harder. The app cost $3. I like it because I can work out at home while (sort of) watching TV. It also doesn’t require any special equipment.

Nicole
Nicole
5 years ago
Reply to  Shari

What’s the app called? That sounds right up my alley. 🙂

Shari
Shari
5 years ago
Reply to  Nicole

It’s called “You are your own gym”. There is a book to go with it that describes the exercises in more detail, but you don’t need the book to use the app.

Cognitive Dissonance
Cognitive Dissonance
5 years ago

I’m a little confused by this post. In one section you say “Gym memberships can be a huge and expensive commitment, and it just doesn’t make sense for most of us”. The it doesn’t make sense for most of us is what I’m stuck on. That comment was followed by this comment “Because, as they say, an investment in our health is the best investment that any of us can make”. Best investment is what I’m stuck on here.If it’s the best investment we can make, it has to make sense for most of us on a financial independence site… Read more »

Holly
Holly
5 years ago

Sorry if I wasn’t clear- I tend to believe that gym memberships are a great investment if you actually use them on a regular basis! Likewise though, they are a waste of money if you never go. And some gyms cost a lot more than others. My local gym now costs $35 per month, but I’ve lived near others that cost 3 or 4 times that much. I do agree with you. Without good health, what do we really have? I am personally willing to invest in anything that results in better health for me and my family- healthy food,… Read more »

Cynthia
Cynthia
5 years ago

I completely agree with you. I see my gym membership as an investment in my health. I could be healthier, but I am much more active than I was four years ago when I first started going. Each year I feel more comfortable doing more things. This weekend I took a boot camp class for the first time, took a zumba class and played ping pong and went swimming with my daughter. It was great.

Laura
Laura
5 years ago

I would love to be able to go hiking/walking as part of my exercise. Unfortunately, tendinitis and vicious heel spurs make walking painful. I have a gym membership so I can swim in the pool; great exercise without hurting my ankles, heels, and feet any further. $460/year to be able to swim as well as use exercise equipment such as strength-training machines and stationary bikes is a lot cheaper than trying to install a pool of my own. 😀 Also nice to exercise indoors when it’s crapteen degrees outside. Another factor why some people do better with a gym is… Read more »

Steve K
Steve K
5 years ago

Some tips: 1. Keep a log. Record what you did, how long you did it, etc. It will motivate you to keep the log current, and it will please you later to see the progress you’ve made. 2. Use free weights. Different size dumbbells are much better than a single barbell. I don’t have a barbell at all. 3. Try to include both aerobics and weight training in your routine. If that’s not possible — time, money, weather, etc — go with weight training and flexibility exercises (poor man’s yoga). 4. If it’s pounds we’re trying to lose, diet is… Read more »

SomeGuy
SomeGuy
5 years ago

Walking, gardening, lawn mowing, et cetera are not cardio. They are basic exercise and that is better than being a couch potato, but nowhere near as good as true cardio.

Barb@livingrichlyinretirement
5 years ago
Reply to  SomeGuy

I figure it elevates your heart rate and you do it continuously for thirty minutes it counts as cardio. In my case and at that pace, walking does it for me-on land or sea, as does the kind of gardening i have to do. JOgging in my case would do more damage and give me less results.

Mike
Mike
5 years ago

I have a bowflex that I bought in 2003 and eliptical I bought in 2012, both of which I use but I get the best cardio when I use Xbox Kinnect, you end up working all kind of muscles that you normally don’t work when doing other things because you are hoping around like a jester playing fun games.

Etreju
Etreju
5 years ago

I like the lawn mowing idea. The key is to add some resistance and aerobics to the path of least resistance. Everyone thinks their future self will go to the gym and what have you, but mine just wants to park it in front of the TV. Ditching your car will increase your activity level for sure. This only works if your job is transit accessible or there is housing within walking/biking distance. You can hike and bike in 7F weather if it is not icy. You only feel cold for the first few minutes.

Ely
Ely
5 years ago

I just started wearing a pedometer again. It challenges me to look for ways to get in ‘just a few more steps.’ I take transit to work, so I have the option to walk a bit more rather than transfer, or get off at a farther stop. I can go to a nearer or farther place for lunch. I also stopped taking my bike, which is a labor saving device; if I walk the same distance I used to bike I get more of a workout.

Carla
Carla
5 years ago

I go to the gym. Since I see the same people at the gym every morning, we are probably the top 10% that actually use our membership. I lift (very) heavy weights and its difficult to safely and effectively duplicate that at home. Though I have some health challenges, my goal besides fighting my chronic illness is obtaining a level of fitness (and body) that I can’t get strolling in the bark and sweeping grass. I can do some body-weight exercises at home (pushups, etc) but I’m still a bit limited there. I think it depends on what your goals… Read more »

Carla
Carla
5 years ago
Reply to  Carla

I meant “…strolling in the park…”. 🙂

Steve K
Steve K
5 years ago
Reply to  Carla

Actually, I liked “strolling in the bark.”

Carla
Carla
5 years ago
Reply to  Steve K

Now that you mentioned it…:)

JoDi
JoDi
5 years ago

I have spent time as both and at-home exerciser and a gym member, and you really need to find what works for you in each stage of life. While I was raising a child, working out at home was the best option for me so I invested in a good treadmill and eventually added workout videos, an elliptical, and a Total Gym. I used them all (still do), sometimes more often, sometimes less often, but they all worked for me at the time. Once my son was grown, I really wanted to try a boot camp class so I signed… Read more »

Michelle
Michelle
5 years ago

A gym membership is definitely not needed in order to get a good workout in! For me, I don’t even like to work out in gyms. I prefer to go outside for a run or a hike.

That being said, we do have a membership to a gym, but it’s an indoor rock climbing gym. We get a good workout in and are able to have fun.

Pearl
Pearl
5 years ago

My health insurance gives me a steep discount on gym access. This was not made known as a benefit to me until I called my health insurance and asked, then talked to my local gym and asked if they were partnered with any health programs, then called my insurance back to see if they were partnered with said program. Obviously YMMV but if you’re looking for a gym membership, or if you already have one, it’s worth a few phone calls to potentially cut the cost.

Pixie
Pixie
5 years ago

I’ve recently moved house and got super excited about the gym around the corner. Then I realised I could easily ride my bike to work, and to roller derby training. Now I’m riding 15+ kms every day, saving $34p/week on the bus, and $22p/week from the gym. Kicking butt on my fitness and finance goals!

My favourite gym irony is people driving their cars to the gym, and then walking/running on a treadmill. Why not just run to the gym and then run home? Same exercise is free!

Carla
Carla
5 years ago
Reply to  Pixie

I don’t have children but I see a lot of parents at the gym that utilize the childcare service that’s provided. I can imagine with 1-3 kids its difficult to run to the gym in the rain without having to constantly attend to them. I am heat intolerant so (sadly for a lot of people) I prefer to work out indoors than give myself a heatstroke.

Barb@livingrichlyinretirement
5 years ago
Reply to  Pixie

Not everyone can jog, or should jog, says the woman with the permanently damaged knee. going to the gym to use an elliptical machine, rowing machine or the pool makes sense. As someone who was a manager at a health club for years, some people come straight from work (or straight to work), some come with kids, and some live in areas were walking or running doesnt work, at least some of the year.

I do an aerobic program through utube in my living room, but I also do yoga at a gym and walk in the water.

char
char
5 years ago
Reply to  Pixie

I am surprised on how quickly people are judging other gym users. Can’t you just go enjoy yourself and not compare yourself to others? I run on the treadmill to do speed workouts. It is a lot easier to control your pace when a treadmill is forcing you to run faster 🙂 Other possible reasons include: it is icy outside, it is less than 15 degrees outside, or I am planning on taking a class immediately after my treadmill workout.

Nicole
Nicole
5 years ago

Where are these streaming exercise routines on Netflix? I just did a search for exercise and workout– found some interesting movies, but not exercise videos! Would MOST love some free at-home Zumba! 🙂

Barb@livingrichlyinretirement
5 years ago
Reply to  Nicole

Search you tube. You have to search through the chaff to find longer routines (as opposed to shorter ones that are marketing tools) but they exist. I have a forty minute seated yoga routine and a half hour speedwalking program bookmarked

Ekoh
Ekoh
5 years ago
Reply to  Nicole

I agree, I would be interested in finding out what exercise routines Netflix streams. While I can of course find stuff on YouTube, as it mentions in the article, YouTube workouts vary in quality.

Kristen
Kristen
5 years ago

As usual, whatever works for you and you will keep doing. A few years ago, I discovered bellydancing classes at our local community center. I take class once a week, and now have joined our instructor’s private, more advanced classes at her private studio. I pay about $80 a month for classes twice a week. But I have never had so much fun exercising in my life. The group of friends I’ve made in class make it a joy to show up twice a week, every week, and there is always something new to learn. I’m pretty sure I will… Read more »

Kasia
Kasia
5 years ago

I used to pay $20 per week for the gym when I was training for a half ironman race and that was only because they had a pool that I could use and I could train during my lunch hour. Now I simply walk and run outdoors, use kettle bells in the garage and youtube for yoga. No need to spend a fortune. Although I do miss the access to the pool.

KC
KC
5 years ago

I do a few different things (gym, Tamilee Webb’s I want that body! which is surprisingly straightforward and effective, especially for $15 off Amazon), but my favorite recent discovery is a kid’s hula-hoop–6 bucks from Target and has already done wonders for my back and waist. And it’s fun!

Jon
Jon
5 years ago

Youtube is a great source for learning the basics of a workout program (and more current offerings/fitness knowledge base than the old VHS tapes). There are many extremely knowledgeable people making videos in pretty much any type of exercise you’re interested in. Personally, I would encourage workouts like Yoga or Body-weight Lifting, as they require very little in terms of equipment. You can do them at home or at your local park, etc… Yoga in particular has a wide variety of styles that cater to different goals and abilities. Another thing I would add to this article is that riding… Read more »

Tim
Tim
5 years ago

About 15 weeks ago I decided to try something out – doing 5 minutes of bodyweight exercise each day at home in my bedroom. I wanted to build the habit of exercise and I wanted to eliminate as many barriers as possible. So I decided to do 5 minutes of bodyweight exercise each day – only 2 different exercises. Keeping it simple. Since then I’ve exercised every single day for the past 15 weeks. I’ve saved $$$ (no gym membership, no equipment, no commute to/from gym etc) and I am moving toward the best shape of my life. Gotta love… Read more »

Donna Freedman
Donna Freedman
5 years ago

I always said that the only way I would maintain a regular running program would be to hire a big scary dude to chase me. Never cared for it. Right now we’re iced-in pretty severely and even with ice-grippers I am terrified of falling. (Injured an ankle that way some years back and it’s never been the same, which makes me even more fearful.) So I set the timer and walk all around my house. While I’m not exactly zooming, I can get up a pretty decent speed. When spring comes I’ll go back to walking (faster!) outside; in the… Read more »

cathleen
cathleen
5 years ago

we get free onsite gym membership at work which is awesome
and we pay $160 per month for our local pool and tennis club which is so much cheaper than building my own pool!
we spend a lot of time at the pool/club year round as we are in California and it has a fun retro social feel, not ritzy in any way
we have BBQs, bocce parties, etc or just hook up with neighbors
i even use it as my “third place”, not work, not home, strong wifi
worth every penny!

Alexandra
Alexandra
5 years ago

Your sister’s method is great! It’s way too cold where I live for that currently, so I’m more apt to go your route — yesterday while doing laundry I took extra trips up and down the stairs.

I also find ice skating a fun, inexpensive activity that I can do for fun and health.

Brad
Brad
5 years ago

I’ve been doing Beachbody workouts (P90X, Insanity, etc.) at home for years. Sure they cost money up front but after using them so much the cost is basically nothing and the results from the workouts are great.

Lisa S
Lisa S
5 years ago

One thing that kept me from exercising was feeling like I had to be miserable in order to really get something out of it. Then I developed insomnia after having kids and discovered that just 20 mins a day of walking helped me stay asleep thru the night. That did two things- first, I realized that I didn’t need to run to get a good workout. Secondly, since it helped my insomnia so much I was motivated to do it every single day. It’s been a year now and even though my insomnia is mostly gone, I’ve developed the habit… Read more »

Beard Better
Beard Better
5 years ago

This article hit me where it hurt: my pride. I am one of those foolish people who actually got a lot better at exercising regularly when I lived in an apartment right near a gym. Now that I no longer live there, I find that the two most common excuses I give are i) won’t I look foolish just walking around aimlessly? and ii) ugh, it is just too hot/cold/wet/dry outside to do anything; better eat a snack and watch another episode of 30 Rock. And that’s assuming I even think to do any exercise at all, which is not… Read more »

Lorraine
Lorraine
3 years ago

I do not think that gym membership is expensive, I spend 35 dollars per week for gym membership but if I do not go to gym, I spend more money on coffee, clothing, foods and movies! I can save more money because I go to gym everyday to destruct myself for spending on online shopping, coffee, movie and eating out!!! These costs more than 35 dollars per week, I am sure!

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