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Let's be honest; hitting the gym can get stale pretty quickly. You can do the same half hour on the treadmill + a half hour with the free weights for the rest of your life and reap the health benefits but talk about boring!

If you're looking to branch out, let us suggest a way to spice up your workout routine.

What's wrong with your current exercise routine?

1. I like what I'm doing but I'm ready to take it to the next level.
2. My options are limited due to illness/injury, experience level, or age.
3. It's BORING.
4. It feels impractical. Am I REALLY ever going to need to know how to do the perfect push-up?
5. I'm sick of being stuck in the gym.
6. I'd just rather do my own thing at my own pace.

How much are you willing to invest in your new workout?

1. I have all the time and money in the world.
2. My resources are pretty limited.
3. I can put a little money down if need be.

Would you rather exercise alone or in a group?

1. I love groups! The bigger the better!
2. I'm a loner, thanks.
3. I wouldn't mind being in a small group.

People who know me would describe me as...

1. Energetic
2. Wild
3. Thoughtful
4. Chill
5. Eccentric
6. Free-Spirited

Are you an outdoorsy type?

1. My ideal workout could be done inside AND outside!
2. I like to exercise outside when the weather's nice.
3. I love nature more than I like most people.
4. I don't mind the outdoors but you're never going to catch me far from indoor plumbing.
5. If there was a Starbucks in my living room I'd never go outside again.
6. I'd live outside if I could!

How would you describe your typical energy levels?

2. I like to get adventurous once in a while.
3. Nonexistent?
4. I'm a thrill-seeker but I like a slower pace sometimes.
5. I live for a good adrenaline rush!
6. Pretty average, I guess.

How do you want to feel after a workout?

1. Serene
3. Refreshed
4. Happy!
5. Proud
6. Powerful

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