In the long term it is more financially intelligent to look for your own Olympic weights for sale rather than paying every month to use someone else's. Since many people start and then quit exercise programs soon afterward, if you are sure that you are going to persist, you can get a good set for yourself at a very reasonable price by buying them used from someone else. On the other hand, if you want something brand new any major sporting goods store like Sports Authority or Play It Again Sports should have all of the basic gear that you could possibly need.
Whether you go looking to find Olympic weights for sale or you decide to pay to use what's available at the gym, the key to results is dedication and consistency. The person who shows up and works out with basic equipment will get better results than the person with access to the most sophisticated weight training equipment in the world who never bothers to use it.
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