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  1. Chad R says:

    My gripe about lifetime is everything is always some kind of run. There is never anything for bodybuilders I don't think they like us they just tolerate us. There are a lot of gyms I can't even use they only have small stuff I know they asked bodybuilders what we like gyms to have then made sure they don't have any of it.

  2. trever pitts says:

    That's crazy $200 a month to go workout I think for the average person you ain't going to that gym that's way too expensive. I really think for the average person place is like Bailey's gym LA Fitness will get you in shape you don't need a $300 price tag to get you there it's like you said before. You can get there in a Honda CRV or do you really need that BMW M3

  3. Danielle says:

    You are super super accurate when you talked about the pricing/club levels being based on the neighborhood/demographics. I'm sadly in the most expensive bracket at a diamond club, but I have myself and my husband for $300. The reason we actually signed up for this club over something more basic and affordable is because of the amazing amenities, classes, and personal training. Also the fact that it's never ever packed and maybe that's because of the price point. Our local EOS looks like Disneyland and it was really overwhelming. We were also told since we signed up this month in March, we don't have to pay the extra ~150 per membership for summertime pricing. Our tour guide said they have to raise prices for people that sign up only for the summertime otherwise the pool deck outside gets too packed. Not sure if that's true or not, but I don't see any reason to lie because we told them halfway through the tour we were going to sign up. Which, upping the price makes sense but WOW I couldn't imagine for ONE person to pay $350 for a gym membership. The high price for us absolutely encourages us to get in the gym and use all the things available to us, we went 5 times over the last 8 days and I'm scheduled 5 days this week. We also signed up for personal training and I completely agree with you when you said they hire the BEST people. My trainer is awesome and he's going to whip me into shape in no time. Personal training makes the monthly dues look like chump change though LOL. But for me the personal training is probably the best investment I will ever make. Even in just a little over a week I've gotten really comfortable with a lot of the staff, they remember me and say hi and ask how everything is going for us so far and if we like it. I appreciated that they were never pushy with us either and we're very transparent about the intro to personal training session we had saying we would be pitched for it at the end but had no obligation. Also the membership PAUSE feature and NO contract seriously really sold us. Sorry for the novel here LOL, just wanted to give my perspective as a new 2022 member and I don't have a huge amount of wealth. I pull up in my volkswagen jetta surrounded by supercars at my club and I am perfectly ok with that and I get treated just as well as the people that come dressed in matching lululemon sets hopping out of their lambos.

  4. Learn At My Expense says:

    This is actually a spot on review. I hesitantly joined my local Lifetime about 3 years ago. Unfortunately, after my previous gym shutdown, my options were an LA Fitness for $29 a month (I think that's what it was) or Lifetime. Everything else was too far away. While I didn't like the idea of paying so much for a gym, I gave it a shot and really like Lifetime. That said, shortly before COVID hit I was starting to wonder whether it was worth it since I was only doing cardio there. At the end of last year I decided to try the group fitness classes and now that's pretty much all I do – I do yoga, strength classes, and cardio throughout the week and they're phenomenal. I actually think Lifetime is a great value for what I get now.

    If all you do at the gym is jump on a treadmill or elliptical then no, it's not worth it. But if you value nice locker rooms and group fitness classes then it's great. That said, I'm 50 years old and fairly wealthy. If I were younger I would not spend that much on a gym.

  5. Dracapella Deetz says:

    I don't blame you for losing it at that woman. She was a bitch! There are some complete dicks that go to Lifetime. I've never heard of a Bronze or an Onyx level club. The one I was in, that was the nearest to me, until they opened the one I go to now which is nearer, is a Diamond club. They opened a new one here in May this year and its really nice as it's new. You're right when you say LT is good for families (we don't have any kids and don't look like your average gym goer as you can see from my profile pic) but the equipment is excellent and it's nice to be able to go there without being stared at by all the gym bros that I get everywhere else. 😊

  6. Shervin Shares says:

    So valuable! Insider Life Time info. I just joined the new NYC Diamond clubs (supposedly they're adding "Diamond Signature" now?!) – they're much smaller in NYC and don't offer the size/status of amenities you might get in the suburbs

  7. Anon Ymoose says:

    Great review. You presented yourself well. I suspect that the levels are meant to segregate who can enter a particular club by wealth. Wealth is equated to class. So it a "classier" person wants to downgrade themselves and enter a lower class gym, then that is on them. However, noooooobody who pays for a diamond level gym is going to want the peasants of the bronze level gyms to be among them. That simple. You either just have to live with it or join a gym where people can be financially diverse, yet still mingle. Fortunately, I am a member of a gym built in the 80's where class rules haven't come out yet. Some upscale corporate franchise gyms have tried to penetrate the market where I live but they have gone down in flames and LA Fitness won't even come here. The problem for me with Lifetime Fitness is not the price, it is that it just has way too much going on that I would never even use. I have to work 8 – 10 hours a day like most other people, which leaves about 1.5 – 2 hours that I could work out at Lifetime about 4 -5 days a week and then I have to or want to participate in other typical life activities that would keep me out of the gym. If I join a Lifetime, it will be when I am retired and can basically just live there working out while building an extensive social scene.

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