Dogg78

Utica, NY

#1 Dec 16, 2012
Why Is The Fitness Mill stuck in 1983
Hello

Chicago, IL

#2 Dec 16, 2012
Why can't you enjoy what you have instead of being a crybaby?
Debi B

Herkimer, NY

#3 Dec 16, 2012
Dogg78 wrote:
Why Is The Fitness Mill stuck in 1983
because Al doesn't like change. Thats why I've switched to Crossfit Mohawk Valley
Dogg78

Utica, NY

#4 Dec 16, 2012
Hello wrote:
Why can't you enjoy what you have instead of being a crybaby?
Its not that but asking to update a little and maybe it would be nice to listen to the T.V. and clean once every decade
go somewhere else then

Hamilton, NY

#5 Dec 16, 2012
If you are going to the gym to watch tv why not save the
$20 a month and stay home and watch tv.
relocator

Utica, NY

#7 Dec 16, 2012
Dogg78 wrote:
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Its not that but asking to update a little and maybe it would be nice to listen to the T.V. and clean once every decade
Your are absolutely correct!I lived a major metro city for many years and I can tell you larger cities do it much better.They understand that the value of the product they offer to the consumer has a direct impact on their membership sign-ups and renewals (and ultimately their profitability) They replace one or two pieces of equipment EVERY MONTH. They donate the replaced equipment to local high schools, YMCA or boys and girls club. In addition, every 3-4 years they repaint the wall re-carpet and install new gym rubberized floors throughout(not tractor supply cow mats) and redo the locker rooms.

EVERY "gym" in this area takes their membership base for granted. They offer the bare minimum as far as quality, cleanliness and equipment. If a new high class gym were to open in this town (it would take a few years) but many existing "gyms" would be forced to close their doors or compete in a meaningful way. Time will tell!
powerhouse squat master

Utica, NY

#8 Dec 17, 2012
relocator wrote:
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Your are absolutely correct!I lived a major metro city for many years and I can tell you larger cities do it much better.They understand that the value of the product they offer to the consumer has a direct impact on their membership sign-ups and renewals (and ultimately their profitability) They replace one or two pieces of equipment EVERY MONTH. They donate the replaced equipment to local high schools, YMCA or boys and girls club. In addition, every 3-4 years they repaint the wall re-carpet and install new gym rubberized floors throughout(not tractor supply cow mats) and redo the locker rooms.
EVERY "gym" in this area takes their membership base for granted. They offer the bare minimum as far as quality, cleanliness and equipment. If a new high class gym were to open in this town (it would take a few years) but many existing "gyms" would be forced to close their doors or compete in a meaningful way. Time will tell!
RIGHT ON!
Member

Herkimer, NY

#9 Dec 18, 2012
No one is forcing you to go there. Choose another place more to your liking.
Mr Olympia

Utica, NY

#11 Dec 18, 2012
relocator wrote:
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Your are absolutely correct!I lived a major metro city for many years and I can tell you larger cities do it much better.They understand that the value of the product they offer to the consumer has a direct impact on their membership sign-ups and renewals (and ultimately their profitability) They replace one or two pieces of equipment EVERY MONTH. They donate the replaced equipment to local high schools, YMCA or boys and girls club. In addition, every 3-4 years they repaint the wall re-carpet and install new gym rubberized floors throughout(not tractor supply cow mats) and redo the locker rooms.
EVERY "gym" in this area takes their membership base for granted. They offer the bare minimum as far as quality, cleanliness and equipment. If a new high class gym were to open in this town (it would take a few years) but many existing "gyms" would be forced to close their doors or compete in a meaningful way. Time will tell!
Well stated....gyms in this area are way behind the times....most of their equipment belongs in the Smithsonian. It's tough training in a Hazmat suit, but it's better than wallowing in the filth that prevails in these shitholes.....it's sooo Utica....
Dogg78

Utica, NY

#12 Dec 19, 2012
Your missing the point! I want to be a member but wtf cant Al update.
Agree

Ardsley, NY

#13 Dec 19, 2012
relocator wrote:
<quoted text>
Your are absolutely correct!I lived a major metro city for many years and I can tell you larger cities do it much better.They understand that the value of the product they offer to the consumer has a direct impact on their membership sign-ups and renewals (and ultimately their profitability) They replace one or two pieces of equipment EVERY MONTH. They donate the replaced equipment to local high schools, YMCA or boys and girls club. In addition, every 3-4 years they repaint the wall re-carpet and install new gym rubberized floors throughout(not tractor supply cow mats) and redo the locker rooms.
EVERY "gym" in this area takes their membership base for granted. They offer the bare minimum as far as quality, cleanliness and equipment. If a new high class gym were to open in this town (it would take a few years) but many existing "gyms" would be forced to close their doors or compete in a meaningful way. Time will tell!
I agree. We need a higher end gym. I would spend more money a month if the equipment was nicer and The locker rooms and showers were cleaner. I been to a few gyms in bigger city's where the have pools, raquat ball courts etc.
Oh really

Manlius, NY

#14 Dec 19, 2012
Agree wrote:
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I agree. We need a higher end gym. I would spend more money a month if the equipment was nicer and The locker rooms and showers were cleaner. I been to a few gyms in bigger city's where the have pools, raquat ball courts etc.
The only time you get off topix is to go to the bathroom so I doubt if you would ever go to a gym.

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