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I have been a member her for a year and I love it. The view of the bay from the treadmill is unparallel. The pricing is quite competitive and the staff is the best of any gym I have ever seen. Thanks for making it a great place everyday
This is the best YMCA I've been to, puts others to shame. They have the best men's locker room with wide wooden lockers, very friendly and helpful staff and the location just can't be beat, right on the embarcadero. Ton's of classes, both
Unable to cancel my subscription. Have emailed twice, called them. They said they read my email and emailed me back, they didn't. Then said "oh must be someone else". Then they told me I had to email someone else etc.
I really like this location despite the machines are old fashioned and a little bit confusing to find the right one to the next exercise. What delays the working out schedule. They offers so many different classes, I have tried the Pilates sculpt and ballet barre both are fun and challenging.
Nice enough equipment but horrible customer service so far. Today is Monday at 6:15 and while the club is almost empty for the holiday, it is clear the janitorial staff decided to say f@ck it. All three of the Men's toilets looked like they
Out of all of the gyms in the financial district, this is where you get the best bang for your buck. The yoga classes are top notch. The locker rooms are recently renovated with sauna, hot tub and steam room. Always have fresh towels and
Based on my drop in I'd have to agree with both other posters about the excellent quality of equipment and no introduction / community aspect. However the manager Victoria and 3 members I chatted to were super friendly, so perhaps you just
Flagship is a top notch gym! I highly recommend to anyone new to the area or looking to switch gyms. The facilities are large, clean and have locker rooms which makes pre/post work workouts easy! The 3 locations are all awesome and
It's a nice gym, but not great as far as Equinoxes go. It's fairly small and the intermediate-level weight training equipment is fairly limited (they're missing several items which are generally standard-issue at equinox, like a calf raise
Great gym. Terrible management. They aren’t informed about services, and aren’t empowered to answer customer inquiries. Employees are low motivated and don’t seem focused on customer experience or delivering value properly. Team emails
The only gym I've joined that's been able to keep me coming back/ stick with the habit of working out.
Pricey, but it's a really nice and clean gym. Gym is really made for private training, so prepared to get upselled.
Only one squat rack, two benches. Can't do a standing shoulder press at the squat rack and I'm not even tall. This is not a great gym for strength training. Should have just paid extra and joined Equinox.
Definitively the worst gym experience of my life. The guys at the front desk made it close to impossible to try out the gym for the free trial, despite having a free pass emailed to me. Would have better service from the homeless guy sleeping out front.
The water in the pool is too cold for kids. I brought my two kids to have fun, they all complain about the cold water. They really wanted to play a little longer but they were just shaking while they told me they were too cold to move.
Although I prefer Central Valley YMCA in San Jose, I do like the atmosphere for the Chinatown Branch! It has less free weights and circuit machines, but it is a very beautiful facility. Staff is nice!
Extremely well appointed gym with plenty of machines, space and dedicated training sections. Recently opened and promising!
Nice gym, but wish the hours were better on weekend and went to at least 9 PM.
Good for low price.
Alright, where should I start? The Planet Fitness located at 417 Montgomery Street in the financial district of downtown San Francisco is the new location of the previous Planet Fitness at 350 Sansome Street. Whoever the owner of this
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