I’ve been going to the same gym for the past 10 years.
It’s got a nice weightlifting room and I also like the stationary bikes.
For the most part, I lift weights but if I’ve been doing too much of that, I’ll just hop on a stationary bike for my session. The gym membership is less expensive than most gyms. I think that’s because my original gym membership rate has been grandfathered in. That means I pay the same amount per year that I have been paying for the past 10 years. It’s very basic though. My gym membership only covers the use of the equipment. If I want to sign up for a yoga class or a personal fitness program it costs extra per class. Generally I don’t care about any of those extra, hands on, things. I’m completely fine just working out on my own. But recently they added cross fit to their list of classes. I’m very interested in some cross fit training so I looked into paying the extra fee for this class. However, I was told I have to upgrade my membership in order to take the class. They don’t sell the individual classes separately anymore. Now you have to buy a gym membership that covers all of the classes otherwise you can’t take any of the classes at all. I think they’re trying to make me upgrade my gym membership and I really don’t want to do that. It costs almost twice as much as I’m paying now, for the regular gym membership that covers everything. I’m just not sure that I want to take cross fit classes that badly after all.