Best shop around! I won't let anybody else work on my truck! They don't over charge you! Very affordable!
This is this worst club!! I would never join this club again. I cancelled this membership sometime ago was told by the manager that it was never cancelled. I received a letter from a collection agency for 3 months of payments. I not advised anyone to join this gym. The finance manager is very incompetent.
I love this LA Fitness location. LA is the best gym.in the entire indianapolis area and the best i have ever been to.
The gym is constantly dirty, the staff ignores you, They have few free weight machines which are constantly in use. Also unlike most gyms they will not allow you to cancel your membership; but will hold you to a full two years (or all the money left in your contract upfront). My advice is to carefully read ALL the fine print on your contract. Speak with the owner regarding the cancellation process as they will not go over it with you (granted I should have read the fine print myself instead of assuming they would be more customer satisfaction oriented like other gyms in their vicinity such as planet fitness and LA Fitness who allow cancellation for whatever reason whenever you desire instead of strong arming you into a two year contract they know you will want out of due to their dismal selection of equipment and unsanitary atmosphere). I plan to just eat the rest of my monthly for my contract and Join LA Fitness.
Always does what he says he is going to do and on time or ahead of time. Like results and easy to use.
Don't listen to these people. You don't go to the gym to use the restroom and the locker room. You go to pump iron. This gym has everything you need to get in shape. Only downfall at all is the amount of members they have but I go at 8pm so it's a little slower.
Nice for kids who want to learn to box. My son went there for a while and he liked it. They also try to pull adults in there for gym memberships but honestly the gym is quite run down, dingy, and dirty. A lot of the weight machines are broken and only about half of the cardio machines work. They told me they had a full schedule of fitness classes but it was only 1 class two days a week, I think hip hop or zumba or something like that. Oh and there was always a big dog roaming around and kids running the front desk. I don't know, just seemed a little chaotic and not very well put together. But the boxing lessons were good...
I love CTF! Everyone, members, management, and staff alike, is very friendly and helpful. There is a ton of equipment, and coming in for a workout is very simple, for I have never had to wait to use equipment. It is also very clean and well kept.
Oh Max, why couldn't you just let me workout without having to resort to engaging with the dreg of society that is you? And now, you get the privilege of getting lambasted into oblivion for all of eternity. I love writing when I'm in a contemptuous mood though. It serves me. I was initially going to do an exercise over by where the racquetball court connects with the aerobics studio--in the little corner where people stretch...out of the way. But, somebody was in this area so I decided to come back to it. I then went looking for one of the two movable benches to do a different exercise and saw one underneath one of the smith machines. Didn't see anyone using it but then a guy (Max) came over and I asked him if he was using the bench. He said yes.Cool. No problem. He asked if I wanted to work in and I said that I wasn't benching, and that I needed the bench to do a different exercise. He seemed annoyed. I told him I'd wait and that it wasn't a big deal. To make a long story short, I saw the guy that was in the space over by the aerobics area come into the free weight room so I decided to go back to do the exercise I wanted to do in that area.I grabbed an Olympic bar and proceeded over. I had company. It was Max. Max said that I can't do that exercise there because it messes up the wall. The exercise--so this passage makes sense to the readers--is called a Land Mine Press. You lay the Olympic bar on the ground and put one end of the bar up against the wall to create a pivot point. You then stand at the other end and press the weight from shoulder height up above your head.
Great company! Amazing communication!!!