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post #46 of 54
The Amex rate worked out better for me, as I intended to purchase personal training sessions from them and the overall cost worked out in my advantage rather than signing up through a professional association that I'm a member of and which offers a discounted rate where you pay up front for one year, paying between $1,300 and $1,900 depending on which club(s) you want access to. I am lazy and won't use the gym if it's not extremely convenient for me. The Equinox location that I use is a block and a half from my apartment.
post #47 of 54
I'm thinking about joining a gym that's closer to home/work, and NYSC seems like the worst of both worlds (only one squat rack but it's still filthy and smells disgusting). Any updates to this thread stating how much they're getting for an Equinox membership these days?
post #48 of 54

hi there, how did you manage a $60 monthly at equinox? how much was your initial deposit?

post #49 of 54
I have a membership for a health club at the local Hilton. No one ever goes since it's a hotel and they don't advertise. It's very clean and always around 68-70F. The locker room is carpeted(but kept very clean), has no smell, and has a steam room.

I don't know how common this is, but I think a lot of hotels would want to provide guests with a gym, but avoid the 5pm rush of people getting off work.
post #50 of 54

hi there...how did you manage that rate? details please!!! ::)

post #51 of 54

Yes but at 24he Fitness you can't take: Yoga, Hot Yoga, Spinning, Kickboxing, circuit training, Barre, pilates, or fun classes like AB Blaster, or Best Butt ever etc. I do not get my nails or any type of spa treatment. But for the basic, all access pass it is completely worth it.  It is like having "Class Pass" situation without going to different locations. For me, my favorite type of exercise is Bikram Yoga, they don't have it, however, power hot yoga does the trick. It is also nice to have such nice locker room amenities, especially the steam room and chilled eucalyptus towels!

post #52 of 54

Yes but at 24he Fitness you can't take: Yoga, Hot Yoga, Spinning, Kickboxing, circuit training, Barre, pilates, or fun classes like AB Blaster, or Best Butt ever etc. I do not get my nails or any type of spa treatment. But for the basic, all access pass it is completely worth it.  It is like having "Class Pass" situation without going to different locations. For me, my favorite type of exercise is Bikram Yoga, they don't have it, however, power hot yoga does the trick. It is also nice to have such nice locker room amenities, especially the steam room and chilled eucalyptus towels!

post #53 of 54

Yes but at 24he Fitness you can't take: Yoga, Hot Yoga, Spinning, Kickboxing, circuit training, Barre, pilates, or fun classes like AB Blaster, or Best Butt ever etc. I do not get my nails or any type of spa treatment. But for the basic, all access pass it is completely worth it.  It is like having "Class Pass" situation without going to different locations. For me, my favorite type of exercise is Bikram Yoga, they don't have it, however, power hot yoga does the trick. It is also nice to have such nice locker room amenities, especially the steam room and chilled eucalyptus towels!

post #54 of 54
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Originally Posted by SoCal2NYC View Post

So the people at the counter at Equinox were unable to tell me on average what a montly membership rate is.

Does anyone (in NYC even better) have an idea of how much it costs/per month?
I don't feel like going in and making an appointment with a "membership advisor" to just find that out.

Thanks,

If your that lazy how will you get to the gym most days?

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