Not because i have nothing else to do, or nothing else to spend my money on. I'll be honest, it isn't cheap. But as a nurse, i am well aware of the cost of developing health issues. i know that exercise does not promise anyone a perfectly healthy life, but you've been living under a rock if you have not heard of the benefits. After innocently walking into FT, and sitting down for the preliminary interview, I joined, thinking for only a few months, with the goal of lowering my cholesterol levels, and stopping the medication. I soon learned from doing what i was taught to do by a small group of amazing, knowledgeable, experienced trainers, that exercising or moving the body makes you feel better. Yes, I did reach my goal of stopping the medication. Losing weight was an unexpected bonus. I learned that regular exercise, and paying attention to what and how much you eat, works. i also realized that exercise needs to be a part of our life as long as we live. The body is designed to move. I have had a love/hate relationship with a variety of trainers, and hold each of them in high esteem. They will push you, then push you some more, all while ensuring that you are exercising safely and correctly. The individual or small "pack" session allows for the individual attention which is key. Any "I can't do this" thought you have while there, is rewarded with how you feel when you leave. You will strangely crave more.