After working in a gym for 12 years I can tell you for a fact: You do not have to work out in a gym to be healthy. Health and fitness is a lot more than just being a member of gym. The National Academy of Sports Medicine recommends we get at least 30 minutes per day of cardio exercise for general health. This can easily be achieved outside, aound your neighborhood, in a park, or if you own a piece of cardio equipment in your home.
If you have a more challenging fitness or weight loss goals, you may require 20-60 minutes per day of cardio and also incorporate resistance training into your routine. Fortunately, all of this can be accomplished without stepping foot into a health club. Most people can easily equip their homes with enough fitness equipment to reach almost any health and fitness goal. With the appropriate equipment, a garage, basement or extra room can become your own personal home gym. In many cases, you do not need fancy overpriced products but simple inexpensive items (such as dumbbells, jump rope, stability balls, yoga mat for stretching) that are convenient to your schedule and easily used on a daily basis at home.
Bottom line: You do not have to be a gym member to be healthy. Being healthy is about being consistent with you exercise, having a well balanced diet and doing the small things (taking the stairs, parking further away and walking, cooking at home, etc) that all add up to a overall healthy lifestyle.
If you are unsure what fitness products you require, or what kind of home workouts you can perform, please feel free to contact me and I would be happy to assist you. Good Luck!