321 E Magnolia Blvd, Burbank, CA 91502
Phone: (818) 562-5461
Phone: (818) 295-3748
Phone: (818) 845-0785
Phone: (818) 841-6393
Primary Phone: (818) 562-5461
YMCA Of Burbank
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Great family friendly facility. Very good range of classes for all fitness levels . Some gyms can be intimidating but the Y is very welcoming!
Great family gym where your children can take classes while you work out. Several new classes and class instructors changing the face of working out.
I've been going to the Burbank YMCA for the past 5 years now and I absolutely love this gym. There are so many different classes you can take, and there are many activities for children to do throughout the year.
02/10/2011Provided by Citysearch -
The Y is an institution! I love the family atmosphere. My children love the pools! My oldest has tried out yoga and Zumba. They really try to provide classes that are cutting edge. Sometimes they take away something that we've enjoyed, but we understand that if it is not popular enough, that they will try something new, or make a change. Good job Y! We'll keep coming!
08/08/2008Provided by Citysearch -
This is a business however I can't tell. The staff treats you like you work for them. Horrible music in the classes.
This is a great gym for toddler and older people. They have classes for babies and most of their classes the older person would find comfortable. Not all of the teachers are in shape thus no inspiration there. It seems to lack good leadership! They really need to reevaluate their teachers ad the fitness level. This gym is not the worst but its certainly not the best or close. Front desk people are good they need to teach the teachers how to be polite. Best class is spin tuesday/thurday at 615 am and Tuesday at 6p.m. Arrogant upper management don't look for help with the higher ups.
05/19/2008Provided by Citysearch -
Have been a longtime member until today. Was going there regularly with a group of people to play raquetball with. But they now let a couple people practive their karate on the courts, of which there are only 2. As an example of how poorly run they are, there was only one court for a month or so, because a small frame of glass in the door broke on one court. And it took a month to fix.
So for that month, if the karate guys reserved the court, no raquetball. I know of at least 10 people who've quit in the last month to join Powergym. A new gym that borders Burbank airport. Much nicer, and feels much more like a real gym.