Long review, but after spending 1 month there, I'm sharing what I wish I had known before I got there.
- The staff is friendly and helpful
- The training is good. You have the opportunity to really achieve whatever goal you have
- Group activities are planned outside of the gym to have fun. Ie trips to the beach, trips to the club, local celebrations, etc
- Bar-b-que beatdowns are held each month and are fun and a great way to meet everyone
Not so good
- Overpriced - gyms down the street are FAR less expensive
- Crowded - its really popular, they do great marketing which makes it a really popular place to go. That's not *bad* per se, but the classes are crowded and there isn't much one-on-one attention without purchasing a private session.
Everything else will depend on your own tastes. Having spent a month there, I will give you some suggestions:
1) Don't purchase a month long membership. Why? Because there are so many people and at some point, you will get sick or a minor injury and not be able to workout. Its better to purchase the 10-day passes so that you can work out when you want to work out. This is better value
2) Don't purchase the meal plan. You can, the food is good and its nutritious, however, the street that its on is dedicated to fitness as there are 5 training facilities located here, all of the restaurants serve healthy menus for a fraction of the cost.
3) Don't stay on campus (unless you're a guy). The rooms aren't really too lady-friendly and the bathrooms are kinda grungy. And they're not only for people who live on-campus, anyone who comes on the property uses the restrooms.
4) Invest in private session. You'll advance much more quickly if you do since the classes are quite large.
I hope this helps!
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