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22. Describe a place such as a park or ground which has developed in your city for the betterment of people

Posted: March 7, 2019 at 8:48 am   /   by   /   comments (0)
  • Where is the place    How did you come to know about it
    • What difference has it made to the people

I belong to Bathinda. It has developed a lot in the past few years. All the developments have been for the betterment of the people. One big development that has brought a lot of change for the people is the opening of the Golden Gym. There are many other gyms in Bathinda, but this gym has the finest equipment and state-of-the-art infrastructure. They have certified trainers who help each member to achieve their individual potential. They also provide nutrition counselling. It is right next to the bus stand and so it is very accessible to people of the neighbouring villages. My friend took its membership a year ago. He was very fat, but in just three months he started looking much fitter. He told me the trainers there in Gold’s gym guided him very nicely as to how much time he should spend on each machine. He motivated me also to join. He told me that although the monthly subscription is about 3600/-, the annual membership with a student discount is only 16,000/-

They provide two days trial also. When I went for the trial, I saw that almost 200/- people of all age groups were exercising there. I saw many elderly people there. As it is, we are all leading sedentary lives. This gym has brought a ray of hope for those who need to exercise under the guidance of good trainers. Some people need to burn fat, some need to tone their body and add muscle, some need to increase flexibility and some need to increase cardiovascular health. This Gym has the atmosphere and the experience to provide all that. People’s consciousness of their health has increased because of this gym. So, this is the recent development in my city for the betterment of the people.

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