Keeping San Diego in the top 10 fittest U.S. cities, thousands of San Diegans searched for fitness centers, health clubs and gyms via BBB Business Reviews last year, many right after New Year’s Day.
“Gym memberships skyrocket during January” said Sheryl Reichert, President and CEO of the Better Business Bureau. “Many are aspiring to get back to a healthy lifestyle and register with local health clubs or fitness centers so we want to make sure they know where to start.”
Better Business Bureau serving San Diego, Orange and Imperial Counties has the following tips for newcomers to fitness on choosing the optimal space for their workout routines:
BBB also recommends inquiring with your employer on potential deals with local fitness centers or recreational facilities, and comparing gym membership prices online through ecommerce and online marketplace sites. For more information, check out the BBB website at bbb.org/sdoc or give us a call at (858) 496-2131.
About the Better Business Bureau
The Better Business Bureau serving San Diego, Orange and Imperial Counties opened in 1921. The non-profit is San Diego’s largest countrywide business membership organization with over 7,000 accredited businesses and charities. The BBB offers free pre-purchase information and advice to consumers. Its website possesses business reviews on more than 94,000 local companies. Consumers are encouraged to call the BBB’s 24-Hour Consumer Helpline at 858-496-2131 or visit the website at bbb.org for a list of BBB Accredited Businesses or to file a complaint against a business.