OMG UPDATE: Question? Answer.

Updated on Sunday, November 23

#6631

QUESTION: The treadmills in the gym are 9000 dollars each. Do you know where your tuition is going?

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  1. to paving the dirty roadways across campus.. right.. wait.. OH SHIIII~

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  2. And? Those treadmills get used pretty much from when the gym opens until close. If anything the school need to buy more. They're worth every penny when you consider the physical and mental health benefits they provide for the students.

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    1. I bought a treadmill for $200, I hardly see how their price was justified

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    2. i feel like they should give out a hamster to every student to pet

      only 10 bucks if you buy the rodents in bulk and it brings many much fuzzy feelings

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    3. if you have enough free time to go to the gym, you're doing it wrong

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    4. ^If you don't have enough free time to go to the gym, you're doing it wrong.

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    5. @2b When a machine is seeing constant, 24-7 use they need top of the line, or else they'll constantly be being repaired or replaced.

      What do you think will last longer, a cardboard chair or a wooden one?

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  3. @2b, hundreds of people don't run on your treadmill each day. I'm assuming. Could be wrong.

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  4. Are the gym facilities free to use as a student? How early or how late are they open?
    I really want to start exercising, but can't afford a gym membership right now.
    Thanks in advance.

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    1. yes, http://www.campusrec.uwaterloo.ca/sports/2010/7/21/Facility_Hours.aspx have fun

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  5. I think we should cut varsity funding for teams that are not performing well and put it into facilities and classes to get more students active and healthy. We are not a sports school. How many of the players on the football team are really going to make a career from being on the team? If they really have good prospects to go to CFL or NFL, go to a different school.

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