Young Adults Spend an Incredible Amount of Money on Fitness
Americans spend more money on fitness than college tuition, a new study suggests.
Investing in health and wellness is priceless for these young adults.
A new study from My Protein surveyed 1,350 US adults aged 18 to 65 and found that the average American spends $155 per month on their health and fitness, that’s $112,000 in their entire lifetime, and $13,000 more than a public four year college education which averages about $98,440.
Included in that number, Americans on average spend $33 on gym memberships, $56 on health supplements, $35 on clothing and accessories for working out, $17 for healthy meal plans and $14 on trainers, My Protein reports.
With the new year just a little underway, a reported 87% of Americans say paying for the gym or fitness classes are high priority, and some are paying much more than the monthly average.
Where do you land on the fitness spending spectrum?
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