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Old 06-30-2012, 05:41 AM   #3
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Originally Posted by PowerBuilder500 View Post
It depends where you are going. I'm on the west coast and can't drive 5 miles without seeing a 24 hour fitness or LA fitness. The facilities tend to be big with a lot of machines, but dont accomodate olympic lifting. Static lifts can usually be done without a problem.

Then there's Planet Fitness, which kicks people out for breathing too hard. Fascists.

Having been a trainer at LA fitness for three years, I can tell you that getting a temporary pass is difficult. They make money off of longterm contracts, so you would be better off finding a smaller private gym chain close by and making a deal with the owner.


Nicer hotels will have a fitness center, but its usually a treadmill, a few 20lb dumbbells, and a universal machine.


that is a pain , just had a look at the photos of the fitness centre at my hotel in new york and they have about 15 treadmils but no free weights that i can see

would of thought that a treadmill would cost much more than squat rack and bench press
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