No gym membership? No problem. Here are 6 ways to become your own personal trainer

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Here are six tried and tested methods:

We're not talking about buying overpriced labels here. But do be comfortable. Do treat yourself if you achieve certain goals. You'll be far more likely to get those trainers on and get to your workout if you feel comfortable and confident while doing it.

So invest in quality shoes, or a good sports bra that supports your body while exercising.

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