Renton >My Gym
Good place to work out.
I've been going to this gym for a few months now and I like it there.
It is definitely not a place to go if you want to see and be seen, i.e. Meat-market; it is a place where you go to seriously work out. The clientele is of a wide variety - young, middle aged and older, men and women. Most people just do their workout routines and/or use the cardio equipment, of which there are several varieties.
The staff and management is wonderful - they're always in a good mood and available for questions and/or comments.
The equipment is what you need to get your body in shape, not more and not less.
They have personal trainers at reasonable prices; I see Travis, who is a wonderful trainer and person.
In summary - if you're looking for a place to work out to get fit without any frills or be intimidated, this is the
place to go to in Renton.
Good gym. Great gym to go lift some weights, if your goal is to ACTUALLY increase muscle mass then this gym is for you. If you would rather not sweat and then pat yourself on the back after accomplishing nothing then go join a fitness club like planet fitness. If you say things like, "I just wanna get toned" then do pushups at home and save your money.
Worst gym membership I have had!. For starters they keep changing the name. There is always equipment breaking down that doesn't get fixed. I've had different staff members tell me different things and this is because it seems like there is no real management. I when I signed up I told the owner how important the classes were and that was the only reason for changing from my old gym and I was assured that they never would cut the classes. One month later all the classes were cancelled and I was stuck in a year contract. After several months some classes have come back but you never know how long they will stay. I hate this gym so much that I'm now paying at a different gym I love and then this dump at the same time for a few more months.
Despite its Hollywood connections, this franchise's focus is on pumping iron, not newfangled razzle-dazzle..
The Terminator and the Incredible Hulk (aka Arnold Schwarzenegger and Lou Ferrigno) lifted weights at the gym's Venice, California, flagship years ago, but even today, customers frequenting charter locations are bound to encounter serious muscle. Take note: The boys with bulging biceps are the mascots, not the majority. Gold's generally offers Spinning, aerobics and kickboxing classes, yet weight-training remains the core of the program. Dumbbells and barbells, not spa-like amenities, are the attractions that draw the beef-heads in droves.
worst gym in King Counts. Do you like old equipment in a so called Women's area? No strecting room? Men on steroids? Staff who stand around and do nothing? Then this is the gym for you! Seriously people, don't waste your time or your money. This place stinks.