Seattle >Fitness > Pro Sports Club
501 Eastlake Ave E, Seattle, WA | Directions 9810947.623481 -122.329526
Neighborhoods: Lake Union, South-Lake Union
Love this place! – We shopped all clubs in Seattle before joining Pro Sports on Eastlake.
The staff is friendly, the equipment and facility is kept in excellent condition, and is CLEAN. Did I mention it is clean? I have no idea about the review that says this place is pretentious, condescending and stuffy - we have found it to be exactly the opposite!
You get what you pay for. Other less expensive places were cheaper, but were just that - cheap. Sorry, I don't want to workout in a stinky place with run down equipment and have to deal with mildew and dirt in the locker rooms.
Finally, the personal trainers are top notch. I was really a mess when I started, with a torn tendon in my foot, and really bad knee and hip pain. I've been working out with Andy Gundel for three months; he is absolutely the best! He has extensive knowledge and a gentle, encouraging style Andy taught me how to stabilize and strengthen muscle groups so I am now practically pain free, while loosing weight and inches.
At 54, I'm in the best shape of my life. Thank you Andy and Pro Sports.
Thank you for your comment. We are happy that you are enjoying our Seattle location and personal training. Keep up the hard work!
Don't even think about it – Man, this place is pretentious, condescending, and stuffy. Microsoft PAYS for my membership there, and I still choose to go else where. I like a comfortable, "real" environment. This place does NOT have that. Fine, it's fancy shmancy, but I feel like I have to drive a Benz to be able to make eye contact with anyone. The staff is rude and not helpful.
Don't go to this gym!
Please don't nickel and dime your members – I am new in town and have been gym shopping. The facility for ProSports on Eastlake is clean and nice enough. The sales person was friendly and stayed late to accommodate my schedule. My challenge with this option is that they charge extra for each class (spinning, yoga, etc). The monthly fee is reasonable, but I couldn't help but feel that charging me $2.50 per class as a member is nickeling and diming their members. The sales person did not follow up with me after my visit.
Editorial Review – This full-service gym specializes in first-class service and equipment.
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