LA Fitness Roseville Good place to work out and exercise. Love my zumba class all good trainors good job guys
It was ok. Way to many people to train
I'm going to check out the racquetball today. I also thing fred.ferrett.7 is a cry baby... but I'll confirm after I see for myself.
Snap is a pretty small gym, but in the past this gym had a "home" type environment and the staff was friendly. Past being the key word. In the last six months, this Snap has been attempting to add classes and recruit more members. Which I understand - all businesses would like to grow. But unfortunately when they have these classes, only four to five members are actually involved and the entire gym has to suffer. The music played for Zumba is played so loudly that you cannot hear your own in your headphones to get away. I was already scrambling to avoid Zumba and hours that are too busy in the evening (or else I would find myself miserable in an overcrowded gym.) But then today, after seven or eight months of being frustrated with these new changes, I had come in to find that they had moved the majority of the machines to the front of the gym close to six inches apart. I attempted to go on the elliptical anyway, but found that one of the leg machines being within arms reach effortlessly just isn't comfortable. The ellipticals on the other side of the row were only six inches away from the bikes behind it. Why on Earth would I want to go on that machine with someone riding a bike DIRECTLY behind me like that?After talking to Erik (their trainer who has ALWAYS been more than kind to me) and being unable to contact the owner, I go over to Matt. He is an older gentleman who unfortunately just seems like a very negative person. (Side note: I have also gotten stuck listening to him complain about co-workers multiple times. I am there to work out - not to be involved in your drama.) After explaining to him that it was over crowded he responded, "When you pay Steve's (the owner) rent - you can complain. Everyone complains to me when it's out of my control." I immediately canceled my membership. Are you so naive that you do not realize that customers paying memberships is what pays the rent? I refuse to be disrespected and feel uncomfortable to the point where I have been avoiding my own gym. I was very loyal, even when I worked for the Y and had a FREE membership I continued my membership visiting Snap, but afterwards I drove to Anytime Fitness & started a new membership.
As a racquetball facility, their limited number of courts is still the best around in terms of their cinder block construction and relatively clean walls. But that’s where any favorability ends. As a fitness center, the place is a dreary dump. The cardio area has treadmills and elipticals which are still functioning but unfortunately, the predominately Nautilus exercise machines are at least 30 years old and not being maintained properly. The club still has a funky sauna but that’s going to cost you $7.00 even if you’re stupid enough to become a member.As for free weights and dumbbells, there are none other than a few light ones lying around the cardio room floor.The facility has recently added an indoor batting cage with 3 token operated pitching machines. One of the cages offers slow pitch softballs. Now get ready for this, each token only gets you 12 pitches but that token is going to cost you $3.00! The going rate at any other comparable facility in the area is only a dollar per token. So if you’re a coach thinking of getting your kids some indoor batting practice this spring, you’re out of your mind if you take them to Rose Shores. Would I recommend Rose Shores for any activity? Absolutely not......