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Free Gym Membership with Gym-Pact

10/26/2010 12:15:00 AM
I used to have a membership to the Sports Club LA.  For the amount of money that I was paying, you'd hope that I'd be in great shape.  Sadly, I wasn't.  Not to say that it wasn't a great gym, I just lacked the self-motivation.  A new start up called Gym-Pact is hoping to combat that by offering free gym memberships.  

Gym-Pact is a new motivational fitness program in Boston. We are finishing up a successful trial month with Bally Total Fitness and are looking for new fitness-seekers to start on January 1, 2010 just in time for the new year!

Our program's aim is to get ordinary people into the gym more often. Each participant will receive a FREE gym membership when they makes a personal pact to go to the gym at least 4 days a week for 30 minutes each visit. To motivate participants, those who work out fewer days than pledged will pay only for days they miss. In this way we hope to reward motivated participants while giving others incentive to exercise.

We have 50 spots to give away with free 1-month, 6-month and year-long gym memberships, depending on your choice of commitment length.

Click (here) for more info on how to sign up.

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3 Response to "Free Gym Membership with Gym-Pact"

  1. Anonymous Said,

    This program is a ripoff because they charge $25 for one missed day per week & the gym you go to is only $10 a month if you just pay – hope people see past this scam

    Posted on 1/6/11, 11:19 PM

  2. Anonymous Said,

    uh ripoff? thats the whole point. its a financial incentive to go the gym.

    Posted on 1/24/11, 11:55 AM

  3. dreeves Said,

    Random fact: The general problem that this is a solution to is called akrasia:

    Posted on 1/27/11, 10:33 AM


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