Been with Fit for All for three years now. Originally, I stopped by to find out what kind of place this was. I didn't care for big gyms with lots of people and lots of machines that I couldn't work. A private gym was more my style. I met with John Sutton, the personal trainer, and he explained that he has only one client at a time. All programs are created specifically for the client and their goals. My goals were to lose some weight and to get strong enough to pick up my elderly father if/when he fell. John created a program for me to increase my strength and endurance. After about one year, I was to pick up my Dad and get him to a safe place, and was down 12 lbs. Since I completed my goal of getting stronger, I have happily stayed with John to continue to increase my strength and my overall cardiovascular health. I did this for me! I may be aging, but I am not "old". John works with all ages from teenagers to folks in their 70's and 80's. Best thing I can say about John is that he is a very caring professional. He listens and works with a client's specific needs and goals. A super guy and a super trainer.
I've been a member with Anytime Fitness going on two years. Our contract came up for renewal, we were going to go to a gym where my brother could go to the gym with us. Anytime Fitness had worked it out so we wouldn't cancel and go somewhere else when our renewal was up. This new gym in Mint Hill was built and it's much closer to our house so we started to go there until they kicked us out because of my brother going there. We have been paying money for my brother to go with us. The advertisement about how after 30 days you can go to any Anytime Fitness is not true because my brother wasn't 16 so this particular gym didn't allow it but it was fine at the other Anytime Fitness where we had a contract signed. I would never recommend this gym to anyone.