Toronto gym reviews and more
3300 Bloor Street WestToronto ON M8X2X3416-642-1133goodlifefitness.com
Asked to cancel my daughters membership before Covid. The reply was will get back to you and address it after the offices open up.
Found out they were taking out their fees in August and September. Phoned head office and said why did no one get back to me about this.
requested the 3 payments back but they said it was my duty to get in touch with them. So while they were closed I should sit on my computer 24 hours a day trying to find out when they will re open. Ripped and a sham , with a lame excuse.
last night someone broke into my locker i lost everything wallet car key cellphone etc.
great place and shitty members ! watch out people !
This gym is always overcrowded – desk is rarely staffed when you enter if you have a question. Washrooms are disgusting…. it really is a shame considering they promote a healthy life style.
Your service and everthing else suck ,they go in to your bank three time in one day, they never answer there phone but they will take your money
Good Gym, Feels Fresh and Bright. However not too big and overcrowded. Very few equipment for Legs. Always packed during rushhours. So many stupid high school kids making noise and taking up all spots.
So many old naked uncles running around in change room and would take an hour to get ready. Other than that it’s clean and service is shit. well who cares.
But they should have more machines.
The equipment and location is great, however the service is horrible. They treat you like second class if you do not sign up for training. For the price they charge it is robbery, change rooms are dirty and outdated. All they want is your money and then they aren’t there to help you with anything.
I agree, good location, pretty good equipment, SHIT SHIT SHIT service, i feel like i’m below economy class on an airplane. Horrible service. and so expensive, they don’t even tell you about the 1 year lock in you have to sign up for, you just need to read the whole package which most teenagers don’t do.