Xsport Fitness

★★☆☆☆
  • 4677 N Elston Ave

    Chicago, IL 60630

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  • 773-202-9800

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here we go again! The bastards charged me again! Even i sended a letter a trhree weeks ago, even i was promised my membership is cancelled and i have a recorded call (that i'll use it now! ) They still charged me. I mean what kind of business you are? Fraud ! Scam!
Wait for my lawyer now, ok?

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★☆☆☆☆

here we go again! The bastards charged me again! Even i sended a letter a trhree weeks ago, even i was promised my membership is cancelled and i have a recorded call (that i'll use it now! ) They still charged me. I mean what kind of business you are? Fraud ! Scam!
Wait for my lawyer now, ok?

Cons: Scam Artists !!!

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First off, it's NOT Powerhouse Total Fitness anymore, it's XSport Fitness. I was around this place when it first opened in the late 90s. Back then, there wasn't anything fancy like a basketball court or pool or anything like the modern gyms do these days. Fast forward to the present and the only thing they "improved" is installing tanning rooms for "tans" and probably for those "SPECIAL Services" from the front desk "saff". Just like those "McGyms" like Ballys and this company, they'll do ANYTHING for a sale, even use fear tactics if possible. But for me, this is the only gym that has the hours I need (which are usually late nights) and, obviously, has the basics to get me in shape. Recently they received some brand new tredmills, resurfaced the floor of their one and only workout studio, and installed brand new cable pull apparatuses (those ones you can do cable exercises with) and leg machines, but that's not good enough. As more XSports are being built with basketball courts, steam rooms, saunas, and pools, this one is falling WAY behind and nothing's being done. They REALLY need to just close the place down for at least a month and rebuilt the place to catch up with their newly built stores.

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★★☆☆☆

First off, it's NOT Powerhouse Total Fitness anymore, it's XSport Fitness. I was around this place when it first opened in the late 90s. Back then, there wasn't anything fancy like a basketball court or pool or anything like the modern gyms do these days. Fast forward to the present and the only thing they "improved" is installing tanning rooms for "tans" and probably for those "SPECIAL Services" from the front desk "saff". Just like those "McGyms" like Ballys and this company, they'll do ANYTHING for a sale, even use fear tactics if possible. But for me, this is the only gym that has the hours I need (which are usually late nights) and, obviously, has the basics to get me in shape. Recently they received some brand new tredmills, resurfaced the floor of their one and only workout studio, and installed brand new cable pull apparatuses (those ones you can do cable exercises with) and leg machines, but that's not good enough. As more XSports are being built with basketball courts, steam rooms, saunas, and pools, this one is falling WAY behind and nothing's being done. They REALLY need to just close the place down for at least a month and rebuilt the place to catch up with their newly built stores.

Pros: open 24 hours, tanning beds

Cons: PUSHY Staff and Trainers looking for the sale, SOME Trainers are "phonies", facility is old, not updated like newer gyms, unsanitary (even when "cleaning"), broken equipment and out of date

 

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