Review of Gold's Gym
Gold's Gym is a fitness franchise that has been around since 1965.
They have 650 locations worldwide. Each gym offers state-of-the-art fitness and
strength training equipment. They also provide many other amenities such as child
care, rehab, massage, physical therapy, sauna, steam room, pilates, aerobics classes,
yoga, free weights, and more. Each individual gym may have different amenities.
They offer group fitness programs and also personal training. They provide two
complimentary sessions with a certified personal trainer who will also give
general guidelines about nutrition.
Goals of the Members:
They will help you create a fitness plan for your individual goals and
lifestyle. Goals may include improving performance in a particular sport,
weight loss and toning, or gaining muscle mass. Any health goal that you
have will apply.
Online memberships start at 29.95 for a three month trial. This does not
include access to a gym. Gym memberships can range from $35 - $45
per month for an individual membership. Discounts are given if two
people from the same family join. Up front fees are anywhere from $50 - $100.
Each gym is open seven days a week during hours convenient for even
the most hectic schedules. The time that you need to work out
will depend on your individual fitness goals.
Gender and Age Group:
Age 13 and up, both men and women.
They offer a great contest called the $500,000 Gold's Gym Challenge.
Anyone across the U.S. and some parts of Canada can enter and you don?t
have to be a member of Gold's Gym. It's a 12-week contest that starts
from January to April of each year.
Gold's gym offers all fitness strategies, from strength training and aerobics to yoga and cardio boxing.
Risk of Injury:
If you listen to instructions of the trainers, you have limited risk of injury.
Gold's gym offer nutrition planning tools and information and articles on
nutrition, sports, fitness, weight loss and many other health topics on their
web site. At their physical locations, they also offer complimentary sessions
with certified personal trainers who will give you general nutritional information.
To find a location nearest you, check out their web site at:
This section of the NutriCounter site is designed for educational purposes only.
The information provided
through this site should not be used for diagnosing or
treating a health problem or a disease. It is not a
substitute for professional care. If you have or suspect
you may have a health problem, you should consult
your health care provider.