With summer just around the corner, many people feel more inspired to join a gym and finally start working towards their fitness goals. It may seem a bit late, but there’s really no right or wrong time to start getting serious about fitness.
Probably the first gym that comes to mind when people are deciding on a venue is Goodlife Fitness, one of the biggest fitness chains in Canada. At initial glance, Goodlife Fitness may seem like the best option for a beginner, due to its evident popularity and reputation for being ‘tried-and-true’ brand. But some people are warning that there are some deeper things in play that may not always be to a potential client’s benefit.
In the subreddit r/askTO, Torontonians spoke out about the questionable sales tactics of Goodlife Fitness trainers in their city. Many people claim that the trainers are bred by the company focus more on being salespeople, rather than being genuinely concerned with finding solutions for new clients: