I have been going to this gym for 3 years now, and on the whole it is a pretty nice place.
The new weight room and updated exercise room on the second floor are always clean and have plenty of room and machines. This brings me to my main problem with the gym: They are not timely with repairs on their machines and certain extras on some of the machines (i.e. television and audio) seem to have been abandoned completely.
I primarily use the gym for the cardio and weight lifting equipment but regularly see people on its basketball court, running track, tennis courts and racket ball courts, which leads me to believe they are well maintained and available.
The price of the gym is pretty good. There are some other regional/national gyms that offer similar rates but will let you use multiple branches if you need them.
Because of the issues with the machines and equipment and the lack of multiple locations for the price I have given this gym 3 stars.
The price to this gym is relatively low. The gym has a raquetball court, a juice bar, and a numerous amount of exercise machines. There are dozens of cardio-type equipment as well as standard weight lifting machines. There is also a free weight section for the experienced gym-goer. The gym membership is a relatively low price and it is a great deal.
This gym is outdated and that is apparent when you walk in. The racquet ball courts are not well kept and remind me of the old out dated community rec center courts, which some people may prefer than the newer courts but it wasnt for me. The Weight lifting & cardio areas have a mismatch of machines which a majority of them seem dated (This is not a corporate gym so there isnt a refresh of equipment like you would see at a chain every few years) and there are not many resistance machines which is a huge issue for people not wanting to stack plates on machines. The track is pretty small width wise and the basketball court shouldnt even be considered a court being uneven and a bit make shift if you ask me. The locker rooms are clean so that was a plus and if you are into tennis only this would be a good place to go. Never took a class so no feedback on that. Do yourself a favor and go month to month because these guys claim they are not like a big corporate gym but WILL trap you in a two year contract and moving 50 miles away or death will get you out of it. An LA fitness or a Fitness Edge will look pretty darn good after you have been to this place because they offer more amenities and have unlimited guest privileges unlike this gym. Not trying to bash them too much just being honest, and this is my opinion only, Hope this helps!