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Diet and wellbeing: flexible fitness with PayAsYouGym

If you want to shape up for summer, without the expense of a 12-month gym contract, get moving! Bournemouth and Dorset is full of beautiful running and walking trails that won’t cost you a penny. What’s more, the zig zags on the beach are perfect for HIIT – high intensity interval training – that will burn off that stubborn belly fat and get you in the best shape of your life. Diet plays a part too but as long as you eat fresh, organic where possible, and keep treats in moderation, training will give you the body of your dreams.

It can be hard to get motivated to get outside in the winter months, however. One way to get your bikini body plan on track is to buy day passes for Bournemouth gyms on the days when rain stops play. We love PayAsUGym, which offers day passes for Bournemouth gym’s from just £3.50. It’s also ideal for those who commute to London, like me – you can browse gyms near you wherever you are working or holiday-ing.

In Bournemouth, you can buy vouchers at PayAsUGym for:

Bournemouth YMCA (Lifewise Fitness Centre) from £3.50 per day or £17 per month

The YMCA has a newly refurbished, air-conditioned gym with a full variety of CV and resistance machines, plus lots of free weights.

FitSpace Bournemouth from £5 per day

Underneath ASDA, this gym is perfectly located for students or anyone commuting to and from the main train and coach station. There’s free parking for three hours, too.

Energie Fitness For Women Southbourne from £6 per day

The énergie Motoractive circuit is based upon a 30 minute workout that is specifically for ladies. Efficient and energetic!

PayAsUGym is giving away £1,200 worth of gym passes in January - new users just need to register through the dedicated landing page to enter the competition. 



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Editor in chief Suzi Dixon studied at Bournemouth university, went away for a while to work at The Daily Telegraph, then moved back to the sunny South coast for a quiet (er) life. Bournemouth News & Info is her website and she is assisted by the fabulous Fred From France in all things geeky and technical. Hire us to make your website, too, if you like.

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