Hayward >Planet Fitness
EWWWW.....Will not come here again.
This place annoys me.
It's cheap. Lots of people come here. Sometimes for the wrong reasons. It's a gym and you're expected to work out or get off the machines so others can use it.
I hate coming here and seeing people on machines for about 15 minutes but only exercising for 5 and texting for 10 minutes. Then there are the people who are just there checking out the girls. Get off the machines if you're not using it since others may want it. Then there's the stupid membership fees. $10 a month will allow a person a gym membership at a location. $20 allows a person to bring a guest in as long as they sign their name, address, number in. That is personal information. AND most of the time people do not want to give that out thinking companies will either use it or sell it. They claim it's for insurance but also tell me not to worry about it because they will not do that. However, they will not sign a piece of paper promising not to do that. And they tell me to trust them?
I don't think so
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.
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