Fitness First in General Reviews
Newest Review: ... to take them. Shorter memberships are more expensive but a good idea if you want to try it out and see how you get along before committing to a year long contract. A one month membership will cost just under £39. A four month membership will cost just under £33 per month. A twelve month membership costs just under £27 per month and can be paid as a lump sum or by direct debit each month. An off-peak membership is slightly less at just under £25 per month on a twelve month contract. The off peak membership allows you to visit at quieter times (9-4 monday to friday, after 2 on weekends). I personally think it's worth paying the extra £... more
Customer Fitness First in General Reviews (31)
by - written on 14/11/12 (Very useful, 126 readings)
Fitness First is a chain of gym's around which can be found in various locations around the countries, facilities vary slightly in each location. The prices and facilities mentioned in this review are based upon my experience at the Fitness First in York. I was a member here until last year when I moved and no longer live near a Fitness First. Luckily I persuaded my sister to join up before I left and soon after my parents both joined up too. As a member you can take along a friend for free on a Friday which is a good idea. This meant they could take me along while I was staying with them a couple of weeks ago. If you want to try out Fitness First you ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/08/11 (Very useful, 172 readings)
I used to be a member at Fitness First, but cancelled when we moved further away from the gym and took on a big renovation project on our house. This meant I wasn't going to the gym often enough to justify the monthly membership fee, although this was very reasonable compared to some other gyms. I was introduced to Fitness First by a friend, and they had an offer on whereby I got a couple of nights free passes to the gym to try it out. My friend got an incentive for doing this, but it was only a small gesture maybe a hand towel or something similar. I went along having never been a gym member before and was a bit nervous about the whole process. A personal ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/01/11 (Very useful, 342 readings)
My husband and I first joined the Fitness First Gym on Kirkstall Road, Leeds in 2009 and signed up for a years membership each - we signed up with a special offer that gained us both full access to all the gym equipment, exercise classes and a personal fitness plan which ran for 12 weeks and monitored the progress you made over the time. This is designed to show you that you're making progress, getting fitter and designed to motivate you, which in fact it did. I believe we paid £18 a month each for our membership when it was on offer, as we blagged a fair discount for the package on offer. When we first joined, all was well, and we both spent just over a year ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/11/10, updated on 21/11/10 (Very useful, 136 readings)
Fitness First are probably the most popular fitness centre chain in the UK, they have centres in most major towns and cities within the UK. From experience the quality of facilities and services can vary depending somewhat on location in surprising ways. I joined the gym 6 years ago and pay £35 a month for membership, this allows me to use all Fitness First gyms other than some Platinum ones in busy areas such as London Liverpool street which are apparently exclusive and more expensive. I'm intrigued but not overly so!!! I would say Fitness First is reliable and decent value rather than being anything out of the ordinary, it relies on its prices ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/09/10 (Very useful, 196 readings)
I have a fitness first quite near where I live. They were offering a free one day trial, so I thought I'd go check it out. My intention was simply to use the free facilities for the day and not sign up. When I arrived I was told that I needed to book an appointment. I showed them the flier I had, which didn't indicate that an appointment was needed and I was reluctently allowed into the centre. Upon entering I was immediately approached by a fitness instructor, despite the apparent need for an appointment. She was an attractive young blonde female, someone who I am sure is a hit with the males when they come for a tour or to sign up. However, her looks ... Read the complete review
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