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4 Things That Make Gymbetter The Gym Revolution

If our new GymBetter program is all sounding a little too good to be true, read this. Spoiler alert: it’s all good news.

We know what you’re thinking. There’s got to be some kind of catch. Wrong. GymBetter is exactly what we say it is, and so much more. Let’s run over the fine print of the latest offering from Medibank, leading you down the path towards better health.

Access To A Wide Network of Gyms

Is there anything more annoying that having to travel over hell and high waters to get to your gym? Is it enough to deter you from even trying? Well, look no further than the end of your street, because with access to a wide network of gyms across Australia, you’re bound to be just around the corner, or at least closer than a train trip away.

No Joining Fees

We don’t believe you should be punished for taking a step towards better health, so we’ve scrapped the joining fees. All you have to do is download the app, pay for your session, and you can walk straight into the gym doors without handing over anything.

Low Cost

If the concept of paying for a gym membership that you only use a few times a month is beginning to bug you, then listen up: with GymBetter, you only pay for what you use, with a small entry fee for each visit.

No Cards, No Keys, No Forms

The GymBetter service is completely mobile driven. Forget about losing your gym card every second day – simply present your phone at the gym reception and walk straight in. You don’t have to drag around unnecessary gadgets and cards, or have to remember anything more than just your phone. The future of getting to the gym is here.

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