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GoodLife Fitness Clubs
15 St Clair Avenue West,, Toronto
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I would NOT recommend signing up with this Club until you have checked out other clubs and their prices. Depending on which GL club you talk with the fees vary, and do so over the telephone because they will try to charge you higher fees depending on how you look. The salesperson John at this club is a sleazeball, his fees vary depending on when you ask and what you can pay. If you have a good sob story, he is so desperate he'll sign you up for a very very low fee. On certain days, the frontend staff is rude and members get low priority over equipment, we hav to compete with trainers even though they're supposed to use exclusive training equipment. Best to invest in your own home gym.
I would recommend NEVER going to this location. They have completed several renovations over the years which have really improved the club, and the equipement is great. However the current staff make attending this location very unpleasant. They have NO respect for the members. In fact, I have been told by more than 4 staff members that the members have no rights, and their staff, especially the personal trainers come first. They seem to believe that personal trainers have the right to have first priority on all equipement in the gym.
There is a very large personal training area in the gym, that is very rarely used. All the trainers prefer to use the equipement in the rest of the gym, and most refuse to share.
If you are looking for a gym where you can have a stress free workout, this is definitely NOT the location to workout.
I have been attending this gym since 2003, and it is one of about a dozen I have been in. The place has improved over the years with increased space and new equipment being cycled in. They also have a large amount of well maintained equipment (cardio, weights, benches, and machines), stretching/ab areas, numerous classes and there are always cleaning staff about. There are plenty of lockers, and since the change rooms were renovated they are quite nice (for men approx. 8 showers, a dry sauna and everything is reasonably clean). Staff are friendly, especially the morning crew, and towels are almost always available. That said it does get very busy between 58pm. The music is mediocre and varies a great deal, albeit this subjective. The free weight area can feel cluttered and some of the equipment choices have been questionable (a "bronco ride" contraption that no one uses) while other types of gear would be appreciated. As well, the personal training can get overwhelming at times (Iíve counted 9 on the floor one weekday morning). In addition, the personal training area is a little irksome since a) it takes up so much space; b) some of the newest/best equipment is reserved for them c) many trainers use the regular floor space anyway; and d) it can be frustrating when at peek times when there is all this free gear that hardly anyone is using. Overall, I would recommend this gym to anyone with the caveats I have mentioned.
Quite busy in the mornings 6 to 9 and evenings 59. If you don't work or studying you are ok, if you are than you'll see crowd of people and they still keep recruiting :) Worst time MonWed 59 PM.
Really friendly staff from the front desk to the trainers. A few beefcakes but mostly normal looking men and women of all ages who just want to be fit and healthy. Can get crowded on the fit fix circuit during peak hours but ALWAYS enough cardio machines and a separate area for personal training.
I absolutely adore this gym. My membership is actutally at one of the much more expensive Goodlife Clubs in the downtown core, but this gym offers a great class schedule for both Spinning and Group ex. Has a great Studio and really nice changerooms, especially considering its a cheaper membership gym. The staff have been nothing but pleasant and helpful.
Click here to rate or review GoodLife Fitness Clubs 15 St Clair Avenue West,, Toronto
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