Omni Health Fitness Of Mobile

★★★★★
  • 3930 Airport Blvd

    Mobile, AL 36608

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  • 251-380-9224

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Sat: 8am-8pm, Sun: 12pm-6pm, Mon-Fri: 5am-8pm

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Literally just called and asked about my gym membership fee still charging after I sent a copy of my tuition bill from my University to the National Fitness center. I called Omni in Mobile, Alabama and Derek took care of EVERYTHING FOR ME.

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Literally just called and asked about my gym membership fee still charging after I sent a copy of my tuition bill from my University to the National Fitness center. I called Omni in Mobile, Alabama and Derek took care of EVERYTHING FOR ME.

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Denied me use of a coupon for a free 30 day trial because I had a membership there 7 years ago. Nowhere on the coupon did it say "not valid for previous members". This is sending out false promotional advertising.

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Denied me use of a coupon for a free 30 day trial because I had a membership there 7 years ago. Nowhere on the coupon did it say "not valid for previous members". This is sending out false promotional advertising.

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This is the Best gym with the most floor space and more than enough equipment. It has everything you need to look your best and stay healthy and fit. The pricing is reasonable and the training staff is always helpful. I've been working

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This is the Best gym with the most floor space and more than enough equipment. It has everything you need to look your best and stay healthy and fit. The pricing is reasonable and the training staff is always helpful. I've been working

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I have worked out in several gyms over the years. This gym is pretty big and has alot of cardio equipment. At night its pretty busy with all the classes but I stick to the free weight section which is huge. All around its a nice gym

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I have worked out in several gyms over the years. This gym is pretty big and has alot of cardio equipment. At night its pretty busy with all the classes but I stick to the free weight section which is huge. All around its a nice gym

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I would have never lost the weight if they had not challenged me. Plus I won $500.00. If you are looking for a great place to work out I recommend it. I have been there since it opened and the equipment is is real good for me. I like

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I would have never lost the weight if they had not challenged me. Plus I won $500.00. If you are looking for a great place to work out I recommend it. I have been there since it opened and the equipment is is real good for me. I like

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So, I've lived pretty much everywhere and had a gym membership in each city.... Omni is by far the worst. The reasons listed in no particular order as follows: A) the gym is extremely unsanitary. The locker rooms are carpeted which

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★★★★★

So, I've lived pretty much everywhere and had a gym membership in each city.... Omni is by far the worst. The reasons listed in no particular order as follows: A) the gym is extremely unsanitary. The locker rooms are carpeted which

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Horrible experience! Unfortunately this site is not allowing me to post my entire review, but you can find it on other review sites.
To sum it all up, I was accused of cheating the system by the manager, Derek, because his employee(s) issued me a free pass when I went to sign up. This was done as Peter wanted to get me an affordable monthly rate as I had just been laid off. Apparently this upset Derek as he said he told me before that I couldn't have any free passes. This is untrue as the only time he and I really ever spoke was when Omni mailed me a 3-month free promotion over the summer and he told me that I really shouldn't be qualified for it as I worked out under my dad's membership before.
Less than a week of me using my pass, Derek storms into the gym (he wasn't even working that evening) and walks up to me and my group of friends sitting on the couches. An instructor was also present. He starts yelling at me and belittling me in front of everything. He wouldn't even listen to what I had to say. I was so embarrassed and shocked that this was even going on. I didn't understand what I had done to deserve this, and I had no idea why he was SO angry. He continued to yell at me, and even went as far as to mock me. I kept my cool as I was not going to stoop to his level and yell back, which is obviously what he wanted me to do.
Please find another gym to attend. There are plenty of others in our city, and I'm sure their managers won't act so unprofessionally, rude and angry.

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Horrible experience! Unfortunately this site is not allowing me to post my entire review, but you can find it on other review sites.
To sum it all up, I was accused of cheating the system by the manager, Derek, because his employee(s) issued me a free pass when I went to sign up. This was done as Peter wanted to get me an affordable monthly rate as I had just been laid off. Apparently this upset Derek as he said he told me before that I couldn't have any free passes. This is untrue as the only time he and I really ever spoke was when Omni mailed me a 3-month free promotion over the summer and he told me that I really shouldn't be qualified for it as I worked out under my dad's membership before.
Less than a week of me using my pass, Derek storms into the gym (he wasn't even working that evening) and walks up to me and my group of friends sitting on the couches. An instructor was also present. He starts yelling at me and belittling me in front of everything. He wouldn't even listen to what I had to say. I was so embarrassed and shocked that this was even going on. I didn't understand what I had done to deserve this, and I had no idea why he was SO angry. He continued to yell at me, and even went as far as to mock me. I kept my cool as I was not going to stoop to his level and yell back, which is obviously what he wanted me to do.
Please find another gym to attend. There are plenty of others in our city, and I'm sure their managers won't act so unprofessionally, rude and angry.

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Horrible experience! Unfortunately this site is not allowing me to post my entire review, but you can find it on other review sites.
To sum it all up, I was accused of cheating the system by the manager, Derek, because his employee(s)

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★★★★★

Horrible experience! Unfortunately this site is not allowing me to post my entire review, but you can find it on other review sites.
To sum it all up, I was accused of cheating the system by the manager, Derek, because his employee(s)

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This gym has very bad business practices (to say the least).\r
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When I signed up I explained that my job would be transferring me to another state in a few months. I was told by the manager Derek that I could pay $10 additional per

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This gym has very bad business practices (to say the least).\r
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When I signed up I explained that my job would be transferring me to another state in a few months. I was told by the manager Derek that I could pay $10 additional per

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My name is Derek Barefoot, I took over management of the gym Dec 2010. We have had issues with our Billing company in the past. Because of these issues I have tried to handle all membership issues in the club. Our relocation policy requires very simple items that should be easy to provide if someone really moves. A utility bill, signature page of a lease, or new ID are only a few. Some people have tried to use the relocation clause but with no proof become angry when they are not approved to cancel. We do regular maintenance on our equipment and have never had a piece down for a year. We offer a draft and paid up front membership, the paid up front requires no billing info and we will be happy to except a cash payment. All gyms every where work on a draft system. I have worked hard to improve the quality of service and the staff here. Outside of the yearly enhancement fee $48 (that every gym has) we charge no other extra fee's. This comes out either in Jan, Apr, July, or Oct depending on when you sign up and is only once a year. We use this to upgrade the facility for the members. We just had the carpets cleaned and added 20 new spin bikes. We do try to interact with our member as friends not as a number but that is because we want to help them. This continues after the person joins the gym. My door is always open to anyone who wants to ask me questions or has any concerns. Come by or call me 251-380-9224

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My name is Derek Barefoot, I took over management of the gym Dec 2010. We have had issues with our Billing company in the past. Because of these issues I have tried to handle all membership issues in the club. Our relocation policy requires very simple items that should be easy to provide if someone really moves. A utility bill, signature page of a lease, or new ID are only a few. Some people have tried to use the relocation clause but with no proof become angry when they are not approved to cancel. We do regular maintenance on our equipment and have never had a piece down for a year. We offer a draft and paid up front membership, the paid up front requires no billing info and we will be happy to except a cash payment. All gyms every where work on a draft system. I have worked hard to improve the quality of service and the staff here. Outside of the yearly enhancement fee $48 (that every gym has) we charge no other extra fee's. This comes out either in Jan, Apr, July, or Oct depending on when you sign up and is only once a year. We use this to upgrade the facility for the members. We just had the carpets cleaned and added 20 new spin bikes. We do try to interact with our member as friends not as a number but that is because we want to help them. This continues after the person joins the gym. My door is always open to anyone who wants to ask me questions or has any concerns. Come by or call me 251-380-9224

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I was a member of Omni Fitness and my member id: 9301-123501. Mine is a month to month membership

I called National and Omni fitness many times and asked them to cancel it but I was asked to send a fax instead, as they cannot do

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I was a member of Omni Fitness and my member id: 9301-123501. Mine is a month to month membership

I called National and Omni fitness many times and asked them to cancel it but I was asked to send a fax instead, as they cannot do

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Omni Health and Fitness at first glance seems like a state of the art facility that is determined to help you reach your personal goals, coincidentally this is also exactly what the sales representatives are going to try and sell you. You should be aware of any business that doesn't have a contract available for you to look at unless they're certain you will be signing. You should also be aware of any Gym that needs multiple "sales representatives" to go out and find new clients.

This establishment is a business, nothing more. When reviewing payment plans I was told I would be billed annually a flat fee of around $48 for maintenance in addition to my monthly payments. While you can bank on that fee coming every October, I spoke with several members of the gym while I was on my two week pass (after overhearing two members complaining about broken treadmills) that said there are machines sitting broken that have been that way since the day they joined over a year ago.

What I got from the sales pitch was "we're the biggest and the best and no other gym in the area can compete", and that's what you should expect to see when you step in the front door. The facility is huge, despite several machines being constantly broken they have dozens lined up. There are several things in the facility that are over the top put there just to entice your signature. The fountain in the middle of the facility is one example of this, the other is their "cardio cinema" that plays movies on a 100+ inch screen in front of a dozen or so treadmills and similar machines.

Be aware that these things while nifty and the cinema is probably quite productive, flashy things like this are there just to push you towards a contract signature before hearing about all the additional fees, as well as the loops you will have to jump through to get your membership canceled. It's also worth noting that your sales representative is almost guaranteed to try and give you a deal that's "only good for today" or "throughout the weekend" despite not having a contract available for you to read.

Omni Health and Fitness is in no way interested in your cash money, they want access to your credit card or bank account because their business is a spider web of fees that are sitting on a slippery slope guaranteed to milk anyone ignorant enough to sign dry. Oh, did I mention minimum two year contract? And you can't cancel through them, you have to MAIL a letter to their agency that handles that, who coincidentally loses 90% of their mail. Ok, it's not 90%, I made this statistic up and it's not fair of me to say that. While I did find past-members on social networking sites who
had no problem canceling the first time, I can say that the majority did have trouble from the agency losing their letters, and I guarantee a quick look at any search engine will bare the same results.

This is not a case of "you didn't understand what you were signing ignorant person" this is a case of " we're a shady business that's going to take every chance we get to charge you for X, and don't you even think of canceling"

Today marks the end of my two week free pass, I only used a week. Despite the sales rep trying her best to interact with me on a personal level I refuse to fall for this. Coming from someone who has lost over 60 pounds since the start of the year, I know what is required for weight loss, it doesn't go far past cardio 5 days a week and portion control. I guess I am enlightened because I can see that these employees are businessmen minus the suites, but if you're unsure after this review call and ask for a trail-pass for yourself, mingle with the locals and see if you can find 1/5 that
would recommend the establishment. Do your research, ask to see the contracts, ask about hidden fees and the collection agency they use directly. "I'm not sure" is a very common answer from an employee that wants to deceive you.

This is a standard car salesman pitch, these types target people who are too ignorant to do research and shop around. It's also targeted at those that are on the verge of change, and would likely do something out of impulse. I hope you found yourself here reading before signing anything.

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★☆☆☆☆

Omni Health and Fitness at first glance seems like a state of the art facility that is determined to help you reach your personal goals, coincidentally this is also exactly what the sales representatives are going to try and sell you. You should be aware of any business that doesn't have a contract available for you to look at unless they're certain you will be signing. You should also be aware of any Gym that needs multiple "sales representatives" to go out and find new clients.

This establishment is a business, nothing more. When reviewing payment plans I was told I would be billed annually a flat fee of around $48 for maintenance in addition to my monthly payments. While you can bank on that fee coming every October, I spoke with several members of the gym while I was on my two week pass (after overhearing two members complaining about broken treadmills) that said there are machines sitting broken that have been that way since the day they joined over a year ago.

What I got from the sales pitch was "we're the biggest and the best and no other gym in the area can compete", and that's what you should expect to see when you step in the front door. The facility is huge, despite several machines being constantly broken they have dozens lined up. There are several things in the facility that are over the top put there just to entice your signature. The fountain in the middle of the facility is one example of this, the other is their "cardio cinema" that plays movies on a 100+ inch screen in front of a dozen or so treadmills and similar machines.

Be aware that these things while nifty and the cinema is probably quite productive, flashy things like this are there just to push you towards a contract signature before hearing about all the additional fees, as well as the loops you will have to jump through to get your membership canceled. It's also worth noting that your sales representative is almost guaranteed to try and give you a deal that's "only good for today" or "throughout the weekend" despite not having a contract available for you to read.

Omni Health and Fitness is in no way interested in your cash money, they want access to your credit card or bank account because their business is a spider web of fees that are sitting on a slippery slope guaranteed to milk anyone ignorant enough to sign dry. Oh, did I mention minimum two year contract? And you can't cancel through them, you have to MAIL a letter to their agency that handles that, who coincidentally loses 90% of their mail. Ok, it's not 90%, I made this statistic up and it's not fair of me to say that. While I did find past-members on social networking sites who
had no problem canceling the first time, I can say that the majority did have trouble from the agency losing their letters, and I guarantee a quick look at any search engine will bare the same results.

This is not a case of "you didn't understand what you were signing ignorant person" this is a case of " we're a shady business that's going to take every chance we get to charge you for X, and don't you even think of canceling"

Today marks the end of my two week free pass, I only used a week. Despite the sales rep trying her best to interact with me on a personal level I refuse to fall for this. Coming from someone who has lost over 60 pounds since the start of the year, I know what is required for weight loss, it doesn't go far past cardio 5 days a week and portion control. I guess I am enlightened because I can see that these employees are businessmen minus the suites, but if you're unsure after this review call and ask for a trail-pass for yourself, mingle with the locals and see if you can find 1/5 that
would recommend the establishment. Do your research, ask to see the contracts, ask about hidden fees and the collection agency they use directly. "I'm not sure" is a very common answer from an employee that wants to deceive you.

This is a standard car salesman pitch, these types target people who are too ignorant to do research and shop around. It's also targeted at those that are on the verge of change, and would likely do something out of impulse. I hope you found yourself here reading before signing anything.

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So, this gym has everything. It has every machine possible and class to help in your individual goal, whatever that may be. The reason it's only a 3 star is because they need to be a little more organized. Their main thing is the

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So, this gym has everything. It has every machine possible and class to help in your individual goal, whatever that may be. The reason it's only a 3 star is because they need to be a little more organized. Their main thing is the

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This place is a fantastic place to workout! I must admit, I was a bit skeptical at first (especially with the signature of a 2 year contract), but I can honestly say this gym is the best one I've ever joined. I've trained at two other

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This place is a fantastic place to workout! I must admit, I was a bit skeptical at first (especially with the signature of a 2 year contract), but I can honestly say this gym is the best one I've ever joined. I've trained at two other

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I have been a member of this gym for three years and was a former member of planet fitness. For the past the past year, the customer service had dwindled down to nothing and it seem like all they were after was money. About a month ago

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I have been a member of this gym for three years and was a former member of planet fitness. For the past the past year, the customer service had dwindled down to nothing and it seem like all they were after was money. About a month ago

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I love the gym and the entire staff is great! They are very helpful and are always available to answer any questions I do have. The gym is very large and there is plenty of equipment to get a hold of especially during the times of 5pm -

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I love the gym and the entire staff is great! They are very helpful and are always available to answer any questions I do have. The gym is very large and there is plenty of equipment to get a hold of especially during the times of 5pm -

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Scumbags, the lot of them.

Omni and National Fitness are all the same company with different names. The owner Johnathan is in business with the dirtbags at National Fitness, his business partner owns National Fitness.

Don't believe

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Scumbags, the lot of them.

Omni and National Fitness are all the same company with different names. The owner Johnathan is in business with the dirtbags at National Fitness, his business partner owns National Fitness.

Don't believe

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They will get you sign a contract and automatically renew it. When you try to cancel, Omni will not help you. They will tell you to write a letter to National Fitness in Layton, UT. National Fitness will then tell you that no letter was received and continue to bill you. I signed a two-year contract and moved before the contract ended. With no successful attempts to cancel, I paid the remainder of my contract. Then I was told that my contract was automatically renewed. DO NOT SIGN A CONTRACT WITH THIS GYM!!!

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They will get you sign a contract and automatically renew it. When you try to cancel, Omni will not help you. They will tell you to write a letter to National Fitness in Layton, UT. National Fitness will then tell you that no letter was received and continue to bill you. I signed a two-year contract and moved before the contract ended. With no successful attempts to cancel, I paid the remainder of my contract. Then I was told that my contract was automatically renewed. DO NOT SIGN A CONTRACT WITH THIS GYM!!!

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I signed a contract with Omni in Mobile, AL. I was told several times that if I needed to relocate to let them know. I did, then I was told they no longer deal with membership cancellation and to contact National Fitness by letter. I did, only to later find out that my letter was not received. I paid the remainder of my contract. Then, I found out that my membership was automatically renewed. Once again, the only way to cancel is to contact National Fitness by mail. DO NOT TRUST THIS GYM. FIND ANOTHER ONE. IF YOU STILL DECIDE TO JOIN, DO NOT SIGN A CONTRACT. THEY WILL NOT LET YOU OUT OF IT. THEY WILL TAKE YOUR MONEY!!!

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I signed a contract with Omni in Mobile, AL. I was told several times that if I needed to relocate to let them know. I did, then I was told they no longer deal with membership cancellation and to contact National Fitness by letter. I did, only to later find out that my letter was not received. I paid the remainder of my contract. Then, I found out that my membership was automatically renewed. Once again, the only way to cancel is to contact National Fitness by mail. DO NOT TRUST THIS GYM. FIND ANOTHER ONE. IF YOU STILL DECIDE TO JOIN, DO NOT SIGN A CONTRACT. THEY WILL NOT LET YOU OUT OF IT. THEY WILL TAKE YOUR MONEY!!!

Pros: No pros after trying to leave.

Cons: THEY WILL LIE TO YOUR FACE!!!!!

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Although the facilities are clean and well-maintained, the billing service is terrible. They will sneak in plenty of extra charges and automatically renew you if you don't cancel and get that cancellation confirmed in writing. Be careful with these guys...

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Although the facilities are clean and well-maintained, the billing service is terrible. They will sneak in plenty of extra charges and automatically renew you if you don't cancel and get that cancellation confirmed in writing. Be careful with these guys...

Pros: Good machines and classes

Cons: Sneaky Billing, Mediocre Staff

 

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