New Yorkers have no spending limit when it comes to fitness


The best workout is the one you’ll actually do. It’s an adage that can justify spending big bucks on fitness, from boutique-workout classes to expensive equipment. The average consumer pays $828 a year on gym memberships, according to a 2015 study by the International Health, Racquet & Sportsclub Association. Factor in pricey workout clothes, and looking the part in this city has the potential to add up.
But a few New Yorkers have managed to find a happy medium — think Groupon discounts on workout classes, hitting up outlet malls for sweat-wicking clothing and the occasional freeloader guest membership at a significant other’s gym. Here’s a look at what five New Yorkers estimate they spent on their healthy lifestyles in 2016, including monthly memberships, gear and fitness expeditions.

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