Sorry if this offends someone, but it is what it is. It's a great gym for working out, it has lots if classes, great instructors, and pretty good hours of operation (open till midnight during the week, and 11 on weekends)... but... filled to the brim with fags... which is not what's bad. Who cares if gay people are there, they have every right... but... just don't take a shower there. You'll bump into guys playing with eachother in the lockerrooms, get stared at by the old fags that hang out in the lockerrooms all day, and have to get changed while listening to endless conversations about "boyfriends". It's sick. And the club doesn't do anything about it. And as I said before, it's not a "gay" problem, it's a "pervert" problem. Join the gym for a workout, just cover your hoohoo from the perves.
ChangedForever by Soma D. Jurgensen - 12/13/2011 "One visit and we're changed forever," and "He should be our speaker every quarter, I'm serious," are just two of the comments I've heard after Robben spoke to Rasmussen College Business students. Robben uses real world approaches to teach people how to connect and communicate in order to reduce stress. He is open, accessible, and simply someone you want to be around. If you are looking for an expert in meditation and yoga who can connect the material to the real lives of real people, you have to call Robben Salyers. If you think I sound like a commercial...thank you. Soma D. Jurgensen, Business Program Coordinator, Rasmussen College
This is a great gym. I used to be a member at SNAP fitness and at Lifetime and those places seem like a train wreck compared to Anytime. The new management is great- friendly, helpful and welcoming. SNAP was a disaster (they were never there to help me with my membership. When I wanted to cancel they never got back to me until I finally called corporate). Compared to Lifetime its a lot smaller but a lot less expensive and not nearly as busy. I never wait to get on machines and the place is always very clean! I highly suggest this gym.