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Review of 24 Hour Fitness

Review of 24 Hour Fitness
by Renee Kennedy

Overview: 24 Hour Fitness clubs are a national chain
with over 300 locations most located in the West and
Mid-Western United States. They have three types of
clubs: fitness, sports and super-sport.
The "fitness clubs" are basic gyms with cardio and
weight equipment and aerobic classes.
The "sport clubs" offer a bit more with swimming
pool, sauna, basket ball court, kids club and more.
The "super-sport clubs" offer even more with squash
courts, day spa, sun deck, raquetball and much more.

Goals of the Members: Goals can range from losing
weight and getting fit to participating in sporting activities.

Cost: One good thing about the cost is that they do
not have a yearly contract. So you can pay month by
month. They have an enrollment fee from between
$99 - $179, a $79 processing fee and monthly dues
between $30 to $45 depending on the club type and
location. They also offer introductory rates.

Time Needed: The time that you put into it is up to you.
But it is recommended for fitness to go at least 3 days
per week for around 30 minutes to 1 hour.

Gender and Age Group: Men, women and teenagers.
This is one of the only fitness centers that we've reviewed
that has special programs for teens from 12 - 18 years old.

Motivation: They offer a certified personal trainer to help
you with individual needs to set personalized goals.

Fitness Strategies: Strength training, aerobics, cardio, team sports.

Risk of Injury: Limited risk of injury if you follow the
instructions of the trainers.

Nutritional Information: They offer a complete personal
training program that takes into account nutritional information
and will help you develop a diet plan.

Contact Info: To find a location nearest you, check out
their web site at: http://www.24hourfitness.com

For more fitness center reviews go to:
http://www.nutricounter.com/news.htm#reviews

About the Author

Renee Kennedy is the editor of the monthly ezine NutriCounter
Update. Come and visit the NutriCounter web site at
http://www.nutricounter.com/news.htm for an extensive selection
of articles on health, nutrition and exercise.

Renee Kennedy