Is joining a gym for getting a muscular body and good physique really worth it?
I mean, how beneficial is a gym membership for staying in shape?
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If you're trying to get a muscular physique in your home gym than you might encounter several problems. The most common being:
Personally, I've done both and I can really say that going to the gym is the way to go. You pay for your membership but you also get what you're paying for. You have all the training equipement you need, trainers and training programs.
You even make friends, you can set goals by seeing what others are lifting. Seeing others in the same state as you're in is also motivating.
Although, if you're trying to get fit and have nice endurance. Training outside can be very beneficial also. That being said, there are still many benefits to training endurance in a gym as well.
All in all, yes it is worth going to the gym. The equipment, people, training programs and trainers make it worth your while.