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Goodlife Fitness Clubs
250 Davisville Avenue, Toronto
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Sooooooo agree with previous posts. There is very limited access to the machines unless you want to work out really late at night. And some machines are located way too close to each other. Willing to smell other people? Go there. Members are a total turn off. Just yesterday I was asked to share a piece of equipment by some psycho who was working out on two simultaneously. (!!!!) The man was extremely rude. He virtually pushed me away. I am speechless. Low class clientele, stupid management, low class club. Not a penny for this. I am out.
Now looking for a nice club with adequate service and clientele. Suggestions anyone? Email me!
This club is not worth the money. It is a hole in the wall. The reception is often curt and unpleasant, except the guys. They are too cheap to buy more towels. There is a bottleneck at the Reception because of all the rules they keep piling on, and receptionists with issues. Some frontend staff are unattractive and out of shape...a deterrent for anyone visiting a fitness club. The manager runs this club like a church rather than a business with paying customers. Very limited access to equipment. They are giving out a clear message that members are unwelcome at their club...totally low class and out of place for the neighborhood.
OMG, the club is indeed very busy. Blame “new year resolution” people? I usually exercise bwn 7 and 9pm. Forget about towel service you are paying for. There are so many people you have got to hunt after towels. Towel crisis dammit. Machines are sticky. Ppl, wipe machines after using them! Stretch area is small. Good one with mirrors is occupied by personal training. Stupid discrimination.
This location is always hell busy.
Management has to do something to instruct reception ppl to put smiles on their faces. I have never seen those people smile, never heard them say ‘have a nice workout’. Stuff is indifferent and useless. Equipment is ok, music is ok. Dark walls make the place look quite gloomy. Club members: melting pot. General impression is people are not very friendly. It is not I like I care but quite a few times I was asked to share a peace of equipment while I was working on it. What’s that supposed to mean? I am not done yet. This should be obvious.
In my opinion, this is the best place/enviroment for a good workout. Very stimulating atmosphere & great layout of the machines
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