Not sure but I think between 50 and 100 a month, definitely less than 100, and maybe (hopefully!) they have a student discount.[/quote]
In NYC? No way.[/quote]
NYSC can't be more than 60 a month. Back in the day I had like a $30 a month student membership from them.
There's also a BLINK fitness like 15 minutes away from CLS and that's literally the cheapest gym membership you could get, prices start at like $20 a month.[/quote]
Doesn't one of the on campus housing options have a gym? Any word on if it's any good? Apartment gyms are very hit-or-miss[/quote][/quote]
Lenfest has a gym, BUT its only cardio... no freeweights!
I am currently a member of NYSC. Students get a $10 discount from the monthly ~$70 for the standard pass to all other nyscs
And yes, Dodge does get pretty crowded... its gonna suck especially for those who do circuits or supersets....
Anyone here an avid weight lifter? Id be willing to partner up to maintain those gains!![/quote]
Ahhh that's a shame. I think my current apartment gym spoiled me. It's a pretty average place, but weirdly has an awesome, perpetually empty gym (I'm talking a full set of dumbbells, I'm talking TWO barbells, I'm talking a bench press, squat rack, cable machine, etc.). I guess NYSC is going to have to be the move? Maintaining a lifting routine is directly correlated to improved performance in all other areas of my life, so that's how I'm gonna rationalize that $60/month in law school.[/quote]
Wow thats quite amazing for an apartment gym! yes, nysc or blink seems to be the way to go!
Or you can plan to go to Dodge during random off hours to fully utilize the equipment