Discussion in 'Fitness & Nutrition' started by chickenfcker, Jan 16, 2009.
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They do 10bucks a month here.
cheapest here is $40 a month
planet fitness, $99 for the year
Except I don't have a vag so training there would be unpossible
pure fitness here has $10/mo + 160 signup.. about the same as 24
that's a pretty good deal dude, why not take it?
i'm thinking about it just to have it. the deal is my apt. complex is opening a new gym in 6 months, and i need something in the interim, but if there's a cheaper option (i.e. like a month to month with no signup fees), i'd take it over the 24hr
well my bet is your apt complex's gym is going to suck, so..yeah
i mean... 300 for 2 years is $12.50 a month... you might as well do it and that way you have a backup in case you want to use some equipment that your apartment gym won't have but the 24h might. Just a thought since 300 is totally worth a 2 year guarantee that you'll have access to a gym.
Bally's buy 2 year get one year free ends this weekend, 30 bucks a month x 2 years plus $49 enrollment
24hour fitness FTW.
So convenient - I pay 29$ a month for access to every gym in CA (There are TONS of them)
I pay $40 month
There are quite a few gyms around here and the cheapest is $30 a month. I'd take $300 for 2 years in a heartbeat.
+1 at PF in Buffalo.
@ apartment gym
The last apartment I had with a "gym" had a treadmill, a curl machine, a pec deck, and a machine bench press
and they actually marketed it as a selling point for the complex
29 a month here.
if you're paying upfront try to get a good yearly renewal rate. I'll be paying forty something a year when it's time for me to renew.
go tell the ymca you're poor and a student
78,000 square feet, $35 million project