Cuts Fitness For Women

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I used to be a member of Cuts Fitness a while back when it first opened and I loved it, the employees were all female so I didn't feel self conscious while I was working out and they were readily available to teach me the different exercise moves if I didn't know them. It was a circuit workout which I loved.

This year I went back and had an unsettling surprise. The ownership had changed and they no longer did the circuit training although I was told I would be able to do it if I wanted. Also almost all the employees were males which I didn't like since it's called "Cuts Fitness for WOMEN," not "Cuts Fitness for meat heads who are trying to overcompensate for their short height."

I signed up for the $40 month-to-month service and was made to sign a contract that I realized later is completely manipulative, contradictory and shady. Not even a week after I joined, the gym changed ownership AGAIN and it was completely different. I was ignored when I came in, there were no trainers to help me with interpreting the workout moves on the workout papers unless I paid hundreds of dollars to have a private session.

I called to cancel my membership only to find that you can't even cancel with the gym, everything goes through a company in Utah. Of course the person I got when I called the company was a robot-human reading from a script, who informed me that I had to give a 30-day notice, (even though in order for me to give a 30-day notice I would have to had done it on day 2 of my membership, in which case they were still under the other owners who I didn't mind). I was informed I would still have to pay for next month (b/c of the 30-day notice) even though I did not want to use the gym anymore. That is not what I was told when I signed up and it's not what my contract appeared to have said. When I read the contract aloud to the robot-human she basically didn't understand because the contract was very contradictory.

Moral of the story. Don't go here. Don't sign a contract from here because even if you read it and THINK you understand it, you don't because it's very shady. Unless you want to pay hundreds of dollars to get personal training sessions every time you want to workout, go to your local rec center, I wish I had.

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I used to be a member of Cuts Fitness a while back when it first opened and I loved it, the employees were all female so I didn't feel self conscious while I was working out and they were readily available to teach me the different exercise moves if I didn't know them. It was a circuit workout which I loved.

This year I went back and had an unsettling surprise. The ownership had changed and they no longer did the circuit training although I was told I would be able to do it if I wanted. Also almost all the employees were males which I didn't like since it's called "Cuts Fitness for WOMEN," not "Cuts Fitness for meat heads who are trying to overcompensate for their short height."

I signed up for the $40 month-to-month service and was made to sign a contract that I realized later is completely manipulative, contradictory and shady. Not even a week after I joined, the gym changed ownership AGAIN and it was completely different. I was ignored when I came in, there were no trainers to help me with interpreting the workout moves on the workout papers unless I paid hundreds of dollars to have a private session.

I called to cancel my membership only to find that you can't even cancel with the gym, everything goes through a company in Utah. Of course the person I got when I called the company was a robot-human reading from a script, who informed me that I had to give a 30-day notice, (even though in order for me to give a 30-day notice I would have to had done it on day 2 of my membership, in which case they were still under the other owners who I didn't mind). I was informed I would still have to pay for next month (b/c of the 30-day notice) even though I did not want to use the gym anymore. That is not what I was told when I signed up and it's not what my contract appeared to have said. When I read the contract aloud to the robot-human she basically didn't understand because the contract was very contradictory.

Moral of the story. Don't go here. Don't sign a contract from here because even if you read it and THINK you understand it, you don't because it's very shady. Unless you want to pay hundreds of dollars to get personal training sessions every time you want to workout, go to your local rec center, I wish I had.

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