Mcdonalds versus Best Practice

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I read in the Sydney Morning Herald yesterday that the average Australian spends $38 per week on takeaway like Mcdonalds, KFC, Hungry Jacks etc.

Here’s an alternative and a challenge, spend $12.50 per week on Sweat, a best practice gym and see if you are better off by the end of the year?

Opening in October, 2011 right here at the pool. Get in quick if you want a membership, as numbers will be strictly limited.

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