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11/5/12 9:42 A

I've been going to gyms of various types over the past 20 years (commercial, Y, rec center, independent...) and they all have their pros and cons. What makes the right gym for anyone is subjective and can change over time. Keep that it mind when weighing your options. I'm not a big fan of contracts for that reason.

WATERDIAMONDS Posts: 14,777
11/5/12 7:51 A

I've only visited a Gold's, and it was also clean, well-equipped and full of nice trainers, plus God's has been around a while, so I'm assuming you'll get your money's worth at whatever level you select by using the equipment/facilities regularly.

Best of success to you.

JDMAKEIT2HOT Posts: 8,454
11/5/12 6:00 A

Anyone one go to golds gym?

What level is your gym? I see they have regular, platimun, ruby, black , ect. levels.

I am thinking about joining a gym. The gold's I was looking at is a ruby leve. about $46 a month to join. It use to be a spectrum gym. When I was 18/19 I went to the gym when it was still spectrum and it was really nice. I couldn't afford the $78 a month back then.

Which plan do you have?
*low enrollment
*basic
*no contract
*paid in full

The gold's im thinking of joining has a wet and dry sauna, pool, and ladies area. I think classes also. Really big and clean.

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