Exercise Frugality – How Fitness Can Boost Your Bottom Line

When most people first begin to think about overhauling our finances or saving money, they usuallyfocus on issues such as budgeting, cash flow analysis, and how to improve a credit score. But almost all aspects of your life can affect your cash flow, directly or indirectly. It’s serendipitous when a life-change can not only improve the quality of your life, but also improve your bottom line. Believe it or not,exercise is one of those serendipitous, win-win changes you can make.

Here are four ways that even a moderate exercise program can save you money:

Exercise reduces anxiety and depression, potentially reducing the amount of money you spend on over-the-counter headache medicine, or

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4 Responses to Exercise Frugality – How Fitness Can Boost Your Bottom Line

  1. Monkey Mama says:

    Good Article. I don’t know of a better way to deal with stress than through exercise. (Likewise, no idea why it would have to cost money to exercise).

  2. Tom says:

    Exercise has done wonders for my stress and anxiety. I have incorporated a home gym into my home office! Starting by replacing my normal office chair with a big bouncy exercise ball, this keeps me moving all day and forces me to work on my balance constantly. Sometimes I even lay back and do a few sit-ups!

    I also got a few fitness TranerMats which are awesome! They make it so easy to get a quick workout, I just plop down and do a few exercises or stretches when I need a little brain break throughout the day. Having it right there is wonderful.

  3. PatientSaver says:

    Yes, good article.

  4. isv says:

    You can be surprised how much you can save by filling up your evenings and weekends with exercise. I recently started jogging with my other half as an effort to get fit before christmas arrives and we’re saving a huge amount on the things we used to do…Cinema, meals out, going for drinks, shopping etc.

    It soon adds up!

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