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Savannah, TN

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Mar 15, 2011
 
what are the price deals at anytime fitness
Dyersburg

Jackson, TN

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Mar 15, 2011
 
someone wrote:
what are the price deals at anytime fitness
34.00 A month i think!!
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#3
Mar 16, 2011
 
34a month for a year
10% off if go 2 yrs
i think 14.99 for tanning i think.
they are expanding great place to workout.
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Dyersburg, TN

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Mar 17, 2011
 
Same price they charged the "Elite Charter Memberships"when they first opened..I guess Charter Memberships were just a joke to get people in..Kinda makes the first 100 feel like they were just gimmicked. So now it's $50 bucks a month for membership and tanning? Gotta sign-up for a year minimum, they push for two years.
Looks like "Charter just means hurry up and join and you get a "Charter Title". They pushed me and said it was only for the first 100, but kept it going way past the deadline, either could not get the 100 or lied about how special a "Charter Membership" is. My co-worker was on the "Charter" They have messed up my co-workers checking account first payment. I tried the 7 day trial..Too pushy for me.
The one bathroom/shower/locker area (tiny little bathrooms). Hope you got a big bladder to wait..only one person in the locker/bathroom/shower at a time. The giant add-on looks like it is REALLY only a small little area next door. A few extra tanning beds from what I hear. Still SMALL and RUDE!!
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Dyersburg, TN

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#5
Mar 17, 2011
 
Seems like a nice place to me
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Mar 18, 2011
 
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Seems like a nice place to me
Yeah..but you are bias and affiliated to it..according to the computer. Miss Guest IP address..It's pretty simple to see where you post from if you know what your doing..Bottom line your "Charter Memeberships" meant nothing.

I don't really care. I did not fall for it. I just used you guys for a week. I do know my co-worker was pushed into a year,(we are in the computer field if you have not figured it out)and her checking account is really in a mess because your auto-payment messed her up. I'll leave it at that.
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Avon Lake, OH

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#7
Mar 19, 2011
 
Its the same as ultimate fitness.you gotta sign a contract.1 year min. or go for 2 year and get 10% off.I have never waited for any equipment since ive been going and the staff has been friendly all the time
Get your info straight

Dyersburg, TN

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Mar 19, 2011
 
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Its the same as ultimate fitness.you gotta sign a contract.1 year min. or go for 2 year and get 10% off.I have never waited for any equipment since ive been going and the staff has been friendly all the time
Get your info straight.. Look at the website/facebook for Ultimate. NO CONTRACT REQUIRED at Ultimate..never has been. They give options. That's the problem with Topix. People can post all kinds of wrong information. I don't even think Ultimate has a two year membership. A friend of mine just signed-up for 18 months..that's the most they offer her up front. She paid all up front with her tax refund..389.00 total for a year and half membership (18 months), I know because I was there when she signed up. A student came in and they told her a year at Ultimate was only about $115..
She said she had just come from Anytime and they quoted $450 for one year plus $75 sign-up fee.. Ultimate only charged my friend $10 bucks for a card. Anytime told her 30-40 bucks just for a card. RIP- OFF!! I guess owners of Anytime really don't care, just a tax right-off..I'm pretty sure they don't even live in Tennessee. Just the hired help (helpless) lives here.
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Charlotte, NC

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#9
Mar 20, 2011
 
Ymca is cheap. I do P90x and love it. After work, I don't feel like going to the gym, so I do it at home lol.
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Memphis, TN

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#10
Mar 20, 2011
 
They are great place to rob you of your hard earned money buy your own equipment. Really do you need a machine to run on or a bike that goes nowhere? Go to a park! Get out and play some basketball! This country needs to be fixed. Having a gym membership shouldn’t make you feel better about that hamburger!

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Truth or Consequences, NM

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Mar 20, 2011
 
I have some very startling, very radical—some might say ornery—insights into Anytime Fitness's latest personal attacks. To begin at the beginning, I try never to argue with Anytime Fitness because it's clear it's not susceptible to reason. The point at which you discover that effrontive rotters, more than any other segment of the population, like to undermine the individualistic underpinnings of traditional jurisprudence is not only a moment of disenchantment. It is a moment of resolve, a determination that it uses deception to trick people into voting against things that they in fact support. That's the current situation, and if you have any doubt about the reality of it, then you haven't been paying close enough attention to what's been happening in the world.

Anytime Fitness's attendants are unified under a common goal. That goal is to control your bank account, your employment, your personal safety, and your mind. Anytime Fitness will hate me for saying this, but its hypocrisy is transparent. Even the least discerning among us can see right through it. Anytime Fitness vacillates between foul viewpoints and argumentative practices. Ask anyone.

Although this has been overlooked or ignored by the established scientific community, Anytime Fitness's mercenaries often reverse the normal process of interpretation. That is, they value the unsaid over the said, the obscure over the clear. Some of Anytime Fitness's intemperate bunco games are so self-contradictory, they're their own refutation. What are the lessons for us in this? First, it's that only Anytime Fitness can praise an institution that is as rambunctious and loathsome as it itself. And second, Anytime Fitness accuses me of being impolite in my responses to its larcenous, stultiloquent schemes. Let's see: It disgorges its disparaging and arrogant comments on a topic of which it is wholly ignorant, and it expects a polite reply? What is it, demented? The final thing I want to bring up in this letter is that I'll do what I can to build a coalition of stouthearted people devoted to stopping Anytime Fitness, and each of you reading this letter should do the same. Let's be there for each other. Let's help each other. And let's clarify and correct some of the inaccuracies present in Anytime Fitness's squibs.

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Mar 20, 2011
 
Slim_Harpo wrote:
I have some very startling, very radical—some might say ornery—insights into Anytime Fitness's latest personal attacks. To begin at the beginning, I try never to argue with Anytime Fitness because it's clear it's not susceptible to reason. The point at which you discover that effrontive rotters, more than any other segment of the population, like to undermine the individualistic underpinnings of traditional jurisprudence is not only a moment of disenchantment. It is a moment of resolve, a determination that it uses deception to trick people into voting against things that they in fact support. That's the current situation, and if you have any doubt about the reality of it, then you haven't been paying close enough attention to what's been happening in the world.
Anytime Fitness's attendants are unified under a common goal. That goal is to control your bank account, your employment, your personal safety, and your mind. Anytime Fitness will hate me for saying this, but its hypocrisy is transparent. Even the least discerning among us can see right through it. Anytime Fitness vacillates between foul viewpoints and argumentative practices. Ask anyone.
Although this has been overlooked or ignored by the established scientific community, Anytime Fitness's mercenaries often reverse the normal process of interpretation. That is, they value the unsaid over the said, the obscure over the clear. Some of Anytime Fitness's intemperate bunco games are so self-contradictory, they're their own refutation. What are the lessons for us in this? First, it's that only Anytime Fitness can praise an institution that is as rambunctious and loathsome as it itself. And second, Anytime Fitness accuses me of being impolite in my responses to its larcenous, stultiloquent schemes. Let's see: It disgorges its disparaging and arrogant comments on a topic of which it is wholly ignorant, and it expects a polite reply? What is it, demented? The final thing I want to bring up in this letter is that I'll do what I can to build a coalition of stouthearted people devoted to stopping Anytime Fitness, and each of you reading this letter should do the same. Let's be there for each other. Let's help each other. And let's clarify and correct some of the inaccuracies present in Anytime Fitness's squibs.
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Avon Lake, OH

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Mar 20, 2011
 

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Ok ultimate fitness changed their memberships around . they use to have memberships.I had to get a doctors note to void the contract out. that was when they were on radio road.theres 3 gyms in town pick 1 and go to it they are all good gyms.stop bitching about stupid shit.
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Ripley, TN

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Mar 20, 2011
 
I'm a member at ultimate fitness... They require a membership! Unless you pay by the day or whatever, but they do contracts.
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Dyersburg, TN

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Mar 21, 2011
 

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Ultimate does do daily, monthly and or contracts. I did monthly this past winter just to keep my account straight. It was cheaper if I did a contract, but I want to control my bank account.
At Anytime apparently....NO OPTIONS-CONTRACTS ONLY..You have to be 18 or older to be a member..why?, because you have to be 18 to sign a contract they said. My daughter's friend was thinking of joining Anytime, but she was 15. They said they noticed it's getting to be a club with people of color and the employees were young white girls. My daughter waited 15 minutes she said because they were ingnoring her and her friend, maybe because they were young girls. The manager was busy talking with the black guy that is the instructor. More like laughing and cutting up she said.
What's that all about. Anytime is new with posts saying "yes and no". Seems like lots of issues and male to female in house activity is not good for my kids to see. It seems..too friendly. My daughter will be working out someplace else. I'm actually retyping this very polite compared to how she put it to me when she told me how they spoke to her.
She said the rude girl and guy trainer are the ones on Facebook hugging. It's even pretty apparent on the facebook, very friendly. I had to take a look after she told me how they treated her.. We will stay where we were at last winter.
Thanks, but no thanks for our family at Anytime, not our traditional style. I was not raised that way and don't raise my daughter that way.
Actually, I'm taking the summer off. I'll rejoin in fall. My daughter probably will go back to Ultimate or the Y.
I guess it's whatever you prefer.
Tim

Dyersburg, TN

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Mar 21, 2011
 
yep
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#17
Mar 21, 2011
 
i love how this turned into this huge debate between the two places. someone wanted to know prices.

my opinion:

ultimate: cheapest, good equipment, see through and in a area where people are at all the time.

anytime: expensive, high tech equipment, see through but not in a place where people are

the y: cheapest, many other things beside gym, but they have old equipment. If it breaks, they are more than likely going to leave it.

im also a college student, so the best one for me was ultimate. they have a discount for students.
- you can go in and pay to workout one day at a time.
- you don't have to be a member ^^ for that, but you have to go during staffed hours.
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Martin, TN

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#18
Mar 21, 2011
 
the manager is a smarta#@ lil know it all skank at anytime fitness
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#19
Mar 21, 2011
 
I workout at 5 am so i don't see anything that goes on during the day..

I say the 2 best gyms are Anytime and Ultimate:
I was quoted 42 a month at ultimate and 34 at anytime.

But I knew Ultimate Fitness had contracts looks like "Get your info straight" needs to do research of his own
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Mar 21, 2011
 
guest wrote:
I workout at 5 am so i don't see anything that goes on during the day..
I say the 2 best gyms are Anytime and Ultimate:
I was quoted 42 a month at ultimate and 34 at anytime.
But I knew Ultimate Fitness had contracts looks like "Get your info straight" needs to do research of his own
it's just a matter of how long you plan on working out, a month or 6 months etc. get quoted at both places, depending on what you want will depend on the price.

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