ForeCourt Racquet & Fitness - July 2017

Put Down the Scissors and Step Away From the Newspaper We Do the Math on Coupon Clipping

If it wasn’t for coupons, you wouldn’t be able to afford everything you need, right? Well, there are two ways to look at it. Coupons can be a way to put food on the table that you otherwise couldn’t afford. But they can also trick money-conscious consumers into buying stuff they normally wouldn’t. To find out which option describes your situation, answer two questions. The first question is, “Do I need — and will I use — everything that I buy with coupons?” Coupons affect you psychologically; the same part of your brain that governs basic instincts (like hunger and pleasure) also loves a screaming good deal. That means you may spend money on things that you normally wouldn’t, because you have a coupon for them. Instead, stick to the staples — like rice, beans, oats, and salt — that you’ll use eventually and won’t go bad. If you’ve wanted something for a long time and it goes on sale, it makes sense to buy. But don’t let the coupon section dictate your desires! The second question is, “How much is my time worth, and how much time do I spend hunting down the best deals and clipping coupons?” If you’re saving $25 a week on stuff you actually need, but it takes 4 hours a week to get those savings, you’re losing We have over 50 group exercise classes a week, and if that seems like a lot, it is! But that’s what it takes to bring high-quality exercise classes to people at a wide variety of times, so that even the busiest people can get in a great workout several times a week. And what a workout it is. We have something for every taste, brought to you from premier exercise class developer Les Mills. They’ve been in the game since the early ‘90s (remember the aerobics craze?), and although the music and moves have changed, Les Mills remains just as dedicated to your health as ever. Many of the Les Mills classes we offer involve music, including Body Step, Body Jam, and Sh’Bam. Others are inspired by different global exercise disciplines. Body Flow, for example, is a

money — even if you make minimum wage. That’s time you could be spending with family, picking up a half-shift at work, or finding innovative ways to make money. We won’t deny that there are great deals that are now more available than ever thanks to apps like Groupon. But remember: Coupons come from businesses trying to trick your brain into buying more stuff. Use them wisely, but don’t let them rule you.

All Together Now Group Exercise at Fore Court

yoga-based class that will leave you feeling healthy after each session. And you can find your own rhythm in RPM classes — instructor led exercise on stationary bikes while you listen to great music. And if you want to ramp things up to 11, we have classes for that as well. Body Attack is an intense cardio class that will remind you of the last time you trained for a team sport. And Body Combat is a martial arts-based workout that will help you look (and feel) as good as the pro fighters in the ring … without getting punched in the face, of course!

What’s your exercise of choice? Whether it’s a Cardio Tennis class or a yoga session, you’ll find it here at Fore Court.

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