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Goodlife Fitness Personal Training

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[OP]
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Mar 21, 2016
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Goodlife Fitness Personal Training

Does anyone know where to review personal training for Goodlife Fitness members?

Also, if there is a complaint does the club itself contact you or is it the higher management?
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[OP]
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Mar 21, 2016
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UrbanPoet wrote: Don't do it... just learn everything from google and you tube (research reliable sources).

Unless you're willing to pay for motivation. That's the greatest service they offer.
Well I got the sessions as a complimentary service that my friend had gotten for me but it was a waste of my time and her money. They shorted me 30 mins each time and just sold to me for the other half the hour long session. If they didnt sell they sent me home. So I want to put in a review.

I would not recommend it at all unless you have terrible technique then doing 3 or so sessions to get that fixed would be good. But the downside is that they never stop selling to you.
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Jan 28, 2015
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At my local club, they have a board with profiles of all the trainers. Every time you go to the gym, you can quickly tack on your review to their profile.
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UrbanPoet wrote: Don't do it... just learn everything from google and you tube (research reliable sources).
It's tough to "research reliable sources" when everyone is always so ready to say that there is Only One True Way and Everyone Else Is Terrible. (And when even the people who might know what they're doing seem much too eager to pose shirtless for the camera.)
[OP]
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Update:

I was able to find a section on the website that was dedicated to member experience. There's also a phone number.

I sent in a report. They limited me at 500 words though.

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