1. Hit up your local garage sale - Fitness equipment is often like a fad. People work out for a while and then the equipment collects dust. I guarantee you can always find a set of dumbbells, yoga mats, or old fitness DVDs or tapes at a garage sale. The best part is you can haggle your way to a great deal.
2. The Internet - Overstocked.com sells brand name equipment and your wallet won’t give you the evil eye at check out time. People will sell their own mamma on Craigslist and E-bay, so you can definitely find great fitness materials for cheap with these sites. Classified ads are also a great way to find gently used exercise equipment. Wal-Mart has a lot of equipment for super low prices. Check online to see if you can find any coupons before you hit the stores. Always watch for online deals.
Many of your favorite magazines have an online version and you can find many of the same articles online. Or, the internet is a wealth of information you have sites like P.O.S.H. who will bring you free fitness and health tips.
1. Park your car 100 feet or even 200 feet away and walking the extra steps would be exercise.
9. Clean. You know you should have done it last week anyway. Besides, cleaning burns tons of calories. Chase the dust bunnies and burn the fat.