Best Gym in Bardstown
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Jolly

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#1 Nov 27, 2008
Where is the best gym in Bardstown
fit

Bardstown, KY

#2 Nov 27, 2008
I like Anytime Fitness. It is always clean and everyone is nice. That is where i would go if i were you...
goobber

Bardstown, KY

#3 Dec 12, 2008
anytime fitness is ok if you're into tv's in treadmills and not really getting results. I would go to Lanham's because there are some serious big boys that play there. the proof is in the pudding. nicest guys in the world too. i've seen 700 lb deadlifts,600+ squats and 400+ bench presses. I would say they are the most knowledgeable in town.
fit

Bardstown, KY

#4 Dec 17, 2008
Well they may be all big but you don't have to watch the tv if you don't want to. The time I tried Lanhams it was dirty and it stunk and I don't mean like BO it just stunk. I think keeping it clean is really important more so than who is doing 700lb. deadlifts and things like that you can put your mind to do anything any where you might be not by watching someone do it.
fit

Bardstown, KY

#5 Dec 17, 2008
Besides if you are watching them you are not getting results no different than watching tv and have you asked the owners of anytime fitness for their knowledge because they help out a lot.....
xxx

Bardstown, KY

#6 Dec 18, 2008
It all depends on what you are looking for. Anytime has nice state of the art equipment and is fine for a general fitness routine. Lanhams has more of the old school "Iron Weight" gym setting... btw, just because someone is deadlifting 600#, doesn't make them an expert...
So it really depends on what you want, some like the new machines, some like the basic weight training movement... it's for you to decide...
City Council

Bardstown, KY

#7 Dec 18, 2008
This sight was created for people out of town trying to find historical sights and resturaunts and all of this bashing is reported to the city council and the computers can be tagged of there location and will be caught. Yes there is freedom of speech but not slandering others. If you have been slandering then your computer is caught.
lanham member

Bardstown, KY

#8 Dec 18, 2008
fit wrote:
Well they may be all big but you don't have to watch the tv if you don't want to. The time I tried Lanhams it was dirty and it stunk and I don't mean like BO it just stunk. I think keeping it clean is really important more so than who is doing 700lb. deadlifts and things like that you can put your mind to do anything any where you might be not by watching someone do it.
i have been a member of lanham's for several years. the place is very clean. the staff does an excellent job of maintaining the place.
lanham member

Bardstown, KY

#9 Dec 18, 2008
xxx wrote:
It all depends on what you are looking for. Anytime has nice state of the art equipment and is fine for a general fitness routine. Lanhams has more of the old school "Iron Weight" gym setting... btw, just because someone is deadlifting 600#, doesn't make them an expert...
So it really depends on what you want, some like the new machines, some like the basic weight training movement... it's for you to decide...
show me someone who can pull 700 that doesn't know what they are doing. i think that is an oxymoron
fit r than u

Bardstown, KY

#10 Dec 18, 2008
fit wrote:
Besides if you are watching them you are not getting results no different than watching tv and have you asked the owners of anytime fitness for their knowledge because they help out a lot.....
i wasn't watching them, i am them.
xxx

Bardstown, KY

#11 Dec 18, 2008
Me and my dad have farmed all my life. He is a very large man just by genetics alone. He also is the answer to a man who could pull 700 and knows nothing about "working out, training, overall fitness routines". His answer to you would be if you want to work out, get out here on the farm he has some work for you to do ( he has never visited a gym and couldn't tell you what a "set" or "rep" is )
wait a minute

Bardstown, KY

#12 Dec 18, 2008
by pull i think he means deadlift. that is a powerlifting term.not pull as pulling a car or tractor, that is easy. try to deadlift that much and you will have to have your spine surgically put back together.
i know i clean my ass

Bardstown, KY

#13 Dec 18, 2008
fit wrote:
Well they may be all big but you don't have to watch the tv if you don't want to. The time I tried Lanhams it was dirty and it stunk and I don't mean like BO it just stunk. I think keeping it clean is really important more so than who is doing 700lb. deadlifts and things like that you can put your mind to do anything any where you might be not by watching someone do it.
I have always known that the gym is clean. Now if the sewer from our nice town was working right than everything would smell o.k. next time check you ass it's might just be you that smell.
what about us

Bardstown, KY

#14 Dec 18, 2008
fit wrote:
I like Anytime Fitness. It is always clean and everyone is nice. That is where i would go if i were you...
Now ther is anothergym in town Bardstown Fittness it is next to save-a-lot. I has it all the best of all is that it does not have you DUMB ASS like you all.!!!!!!!!!
Looking for work

Bardstown, KY

#15 Dec 18, 2008
City Council wrote:
This sight was created for people out of town trying to find historical sights and resturaunts and all of this bashing is reported to the city council and the computers can be tagged of there location and will be caught. Yes there is freedom of speech but not slandering others. If you have been slandering then your computer is caught.
If my taxs dollar are going to city council members to play on the computer then let me have that job I good at that.
xxx

Bardstown, KY

#16 Dec 19, 2008
I am very aware of "pull" as in a power movement... I am well versed in the training realm, my father not so much... but seriously, "A Tractor"??? Who the h*ll could grab a hold of a for example 50horse tractor and pull it, you are looking at 5000-6000# there (dry weight, not counting fluids)... but after you are done trying that you may want to turn around and pick up your &*$%^*($%(* because I am pretty sure that you just sh*t it out...
Bardstown Guy

Bardstown, KY

#17 Dec 19, 2008
I like Anytime Fitness, it fits my schedule. I can go in there at 4 in the morning.
just a guy

Bardstown, KY

#18 Dec 19, 2008
xxx let me ask you what makes you well versed in the training realm.
nick c

Bardstown, KY

#19 Apr 30, 2009
goobber wrote:
anytime fitness is ok if you're into tv's in treadmills and not really getting results. I would go to Lanham's because there are some serious big boys that play there. the proof is in the pudding. nicest guys in the world too. i've seen 700 lb deadlifts,600+ squats and 400+ bench presses. I would say they are the most knowledgeable in town.
that doesn't mean anything, i've seen 400+ benches at bardstown fitness too, only without the corny douchebags screaming at each other while you're trying to run on the treadmill. though i will say it is ALWAYS too hot in there.
wondering

Bardstown, KY

#20 Apr 30, 2009
Bardstown Guy wrote:
I like Anytime Fitness, it fits my schedule. I can go in there at 4 in the morning.
There's 24 hour access over at Bardstown Fitness, too...they've had it for over a month now I think. Plus their equipment is WAY better than Lanham's, it's clean & the membership is cheap.

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