I was treated well and I felt like family soon as I hit the door. Great people, great service.
8300 Wolf RdWillow Springs, IL 60480
From Business: Martial arts and fitness training for ages 3+.
When I first walked in I could feel like I was joining a family. After my whole family decided to join the instructor Master Weiss said welcome to the journey. We have enjoyed everything the school has to offer. Mindy
The second floor of Cheetah Andersonville is reinforced by shoddy steel work. The original company that did the reinforcement work was withouthout license, bond and insurance. The weight load in the main weight room is exceptional and required significant reinforcement. That work was not done properly. The work was done without meeting code and was not signed off on by inspectors. Flaws are hidden under a new false floor but that does not detract from the fact that the floor is unsafe and a threat to public safety. Reza Toulabi, the new owner bribes inspectors to look the other way. He did so in this case and many others.
Cheetah Gym Andersonville is not structurally sound and is a threat to public safety. The second floor of the building was reinforced with steel by welders who were not licensed, bonded and who worked almost primarily in fence construction. They had no idea what they were doing. The buckling of the floors was viewable before a false floor was placed over old oak floor in the main weight room where the floor loads are extraordinary. The work was not inspected and the city did not sign off on the master plans saying they approved the work. That issue was handled by Mr. Reza Toulabi who has a long history of highly shoddy work on all his properties. While we are on the subject:The plumbing is all terra cotta except for exposed pipes which are cast iron as they should be according to code for commercial spaces. Mr. Toulabi bribed the plumbing inspector to look the other way when he sunk terra cotta pipes below the slab. Terra Cotta is rated to last only 15 years. This is his way of screwing over his lender and placing a future owner in a very bad position. Mr. Toulabi makes bribing building inspectors a habit and will cut corners at every available opportunity even when it endangers the lives of others.
Washroom need some work the staff do there Jop cleaning its the people are nasty that comes there It's amazing
I FOUND THE SERVICE TO BE GREAT. I HAD A MASSAGE AND MANICURE. BOTH TECHNICIANS WERE THOUGHTFUL AND RESPECTFUL. I HAVE PURCHASED GIFTS CERTIFICATES FOR FRIENDS AND FAMILY AND THEY WERE PLEASED WITH THE SERVICES.
The club manager Meredith is very, very stuck up. She hardly speaks to anyone and I've seen her be rude to those who work there. If she can't bring herself to smile and speak the clients then I feel bad for the workers. Borders on abusive but we aren't suppose to see it.
This is not your average gym, the trainers are awesome. I have been workn out at the boot camp four days a week, for about 8 weeks now. We haven't done the same routine yet. Always challenging , but yet fun also. A very friendly family like supportive environment . Results are visable around the room. I strongly recommend checking it out . Whether your trying to loose weight, tone or just improve your cardio. Check it out !
Think before joining a crooked gym, they do NOT pay their employees! They have a practice of repeating excuses as to why employees are not getting paid! Run the other way!
I signed up for the opening introductory offer of 2 weeks free. You could only sign up one day at a time, which made it difficult to get a slot when you wanted it. The exercise class takes place in one room with treadmills, rowers and a small space for strength training. The orange lighting made it difficult to see things well. I didn't like that half the workout was spent on the treadmill with the instructor telling you when to move in and out of heart zones -honestly I can do that on my own. The second half, you transition from the rower to the floor, which was difficult due to trying to slip out of the shoe guards and trying not to bump into the person next to you. The exercises on the floor were displayed on a large screen and there are just too many people in the class for the instructor to really be able to help you with form. I liked the idea of having your heart zone clearly displayed on the large screens, but that was pretty much all I liked. For the monthly price, I would rather join a high end gym and get much more fitness options. Or buy a Garmin and monitor your heart zones.