I was previously enrolled at a different golds gym and canceled my membership. That golds closed, my canceled membership was reactivated and i started getting charged at this location. It was about a year bbeforeI realized and they wouldnt refund any of it.
Excellent value for me. They made it through. Hopefully they can add more classes
We had complications of membership period for my son who will go to college soon. I made an appointment with manger 'James Pearson' and he was very reasonable to talk to. Finally, we reached agreements between us. It was very nice management and customer care. Way to go Gold Gym~~.
Gossipy and arrogant. I didn't have personal trainers and will never have one as I can train myself better than they can do. They are also expensive and I observed that their exercise recommendations are kind of "Mickey Mouse." Much of the staff at the desk are quite amenable but once in a while you will encounter a Gestapo, one ready to bark at you for no reason whatsoever. Also watch out for your belongings, it can be quickly stolen. Of course this also happens in other gyms. However, I was willing to bite the bullet for the sake of my exercising. I finally left Gold Gym because it didn't have a swimming pool. I will move to a gym with salty water as hard chemicals in the pool can trigger laryngitis. I also wanted to perfection my butterfly moves--it's so much fun. I always was a water aficionado since my teenage time.
I've been going to Gold's Olney for a decade now and its a solid gym. They did a pretty big renovation maybe 5-6 years ago, and have updated equipment at least twice since then. Overall, staff are friendly and helpful, Leneta wishes me happy morning every day I come in. The Saturday yoga is usually busy and peak times can be crowded, but this is the case for pretty much every gym in existence.
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