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Just wondering which fitness\gym\yoga centers you would recommend I try, where its not packed with millions of people. Something small with good personal training? Anywhere along the Younge subway line would be best,
Jul 29, 2008 @ 01:06 pm

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Ali de Bold

Good question

I haven't had a gym membership in a few years now so haven't tried anything in the area, but Tula is great for hot yoga and if you can get in on the morning classes there are only ever a few people there. Anyone else know?
Jul 29, 2008 @ 05:31 pm


I am going to check some places out on Saturday.
I have only done 1 on 1 training so far...
Jul 31, 2008 @ 02:16 pm


I belong to Totum, which is at King and Spadina. It is great! There isn't a ton of people and the personal trainers are great!!
Sep 30, 2008 @ 02:53 pm

in search

I was just about to post this thread as well. I have been a member on and off for 4-5 years at Extreme Fitness, which I absolutely HATE now. Terrible service as soon as you sign the contract, and it's overly crowded. I am trying to avoid to join the big chained gyms, but it seems so hard to find a gym that is easily accessible.
Oct 23, 2008 @ 03:27 pm

I agree with you miss5

I understand what you mean, miss5. Here is a review on Extreme Fitness. You can rate it too...


A chain gym that I do not mind however is Goodlife Fitness. I did their
3 free visits thing, and I actually really enjoyed it. They have
corporate memberships too, so if you work for a company they have a
monthly rate that is much cheaper than the regular adult fee (depending
on how many people from your company are members). Although I chose to
decline the membership at this time, the staff member did not further
try to pressure me into purchasing one.

I reviewed that here:

Oct 23, 2008 @ 03:54 pm

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