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2004/03/13 22:44:34 (permalink)
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fitnessfirst

I've been lifting weights at home for a bit now an one of my friends at work has asked if i wanna join the gym, im well up for it cause there is one close to work an at home, but i just wanted to know what peoples opinions of fitnessfirst were? i think we get a thing with our work so its about 38 quid a month.
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    ANGEL DELIGHT
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    RE: fitnessfirst 2004/03/13 23:31:57 (permalink)
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    £38 is a bargain, go gor it. I work for a large chain of gyms and we charge much more than that!
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    ice_mach
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    RE: fitnessfirst 2004/03/14 00:26:30 (permalink)
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    pretty good considerin LA charges 45 and david lloyds 40.
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    CheekyChappie
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    RE: fitnessfirst 2004/03/14 06:02:45 (permalink)
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    My David Lloyd gym is £53 a month, but then we are the market leader and you have to pay for quality!
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    JohnOvManchester
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    RE: fitnessfirst 2004/03/14 15:04:23 (permalink)
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    Your joking aren't you!!!
    I am a Fitness First member in a brand new gym in Gorton, Manchester.
    Mine at he moment is £25 a month. And £48 joining (nail your hat on) fee.
    I pay...
    I signed up in January when it was £30 per month (got 2 months free) and £77 joining fee.
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    Knighty
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    RE: fitnessfirst 2004/03/14 15:05:56 (permalink)
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    £50 a year, £2 a session
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