3000 Oxford Drive, Bethel Park, PA | Directions 1510240.345413 -80.048046
Bally's total fitness – I have been a member of Bally's since 1987. I do enjoy the variety of cardio machines and weight machines. Some may perceive the club as being crwded, but since the opening of a few area LA Fitness gyms, it doesn't seem to be that bad, and I have not had to wait for a cardio machine recently.
One drawback is the locker room. The lockers are old and rusty and many of them can't even be closed. My wallet has been stolen twice at this club and once at Penn Hills even WITH a lock on the locker.
This budget gym trims the fat off its patrons at streamlined facilities. – The Scene
Most Ballys stick to the basics for their design. Televisions broadcast silently above multiple rows of cardio machines; mirrored walls act as the primary decorative components. But thanks to high-energy television ads and low-impact membership premiums, this national fitness chain has steadily attracted a clientele bent on saving money while losing weight or gaining muscle.
Using fairly standard strength-training equipment and/or racks well-stocked with free weights, the best of the trainers here, who are classified at four different levels, can be as skillful as those found at costlier gyms. For group classes, signature exercise options include Spinning and Powerflex, as well as a number of patented routines inspired by Tae Kwon Do.
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