Hightop wrote:I think it is expensive. I have looked around that gym and it is not better than any other gym I have been to. Mandatory PT sessions are stupid. When you join a gym you should be shown around and introduced to the equipment for free. Also any bs fees like processing fee, weekend fee, towel hire fee etc etc should be eliminated. Having said that, if you are happy with the place and it is convenient for you, don't let a couple of hundred dollars a month stop you from joining.
Hightop wrote:When I arrived here in March I had a look around at all the big gyms I could find. California at Main Station offered a one year contract at 1800 a month with a processing fee and Being Sport at the Bus Station offered a 13 month contract at 1600 a month with no other fees and they have a nice pool. I went with Being Sport. If you are looking for a more personal experience you could check out Formosa Fitness' new set up, looks good.
Hightop wrote:If you are looking for a more personal experience you could check out Formosa Fitness' new set up, looks good.
TaipeiD wrote:I'll take a look when I come back to Taipei next month. I had a trial with a place that also offered massage services, but it's quite far from my routes. I'm not looking for trainer sessions or aerobics classes just yet.
Formosa Fitness wrote:Thanks to Hightop for the plug. To TaipeiD, we don't offer aerobics classes. Not in the least. We offer fitness classes built around barbells, kettlebells, climbing ropes, etc. They're very intense and I make folks focus on good technique, etc.
We're five minutes away from GuTing station so if you're in the area, you should definitely check us out. What we offer is unique to Taiwan.
And BTW, our pricing is totally transparent. I don't offer "typhoon discounts" or waveable signup fees. Why on earth do people put up with that BS?
Let me know if you have any questions.
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