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Pay-per-use gyms?

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Pay-per-use gyms?

Postby cyberN8 » 16 Jul 2004, 08:26

Besides ZhongShan community center, what other places are available in Taipei where I can lift weights and just pay for the time I use the gym? I don't want to JOIN a gym and pay the stinking member fee and monthly fee. I've heard some chain gyms sell tickets.

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Postby Vannyel » 15 Aug 2004, 22:10

What's wrong with ZhongShan community center? I have never been there, can you tell us more about it? How much does it cost? Where is it, etc?
Stating the obvious - The views expressed in this post are my own and should not be misconstrued as a personal attack. These views are based on my personal experiences, which, obviously (again), are not the same as yours.
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