scottaa1 wrote:I never implied that you weren't, Jake. Do it however you want of course. In my personal experience it didn't end well. I moved to another town so the gym was no longer around the corner. When i told them I was cancelling they at first flat out refudiate it, saying I was contractually bound. I wasn't, I was month to month and had signed nothing. Then they started in with the cancellation fees and that they were going to bill me in full for that month and the next month, because it the 5th and I hadn't given thirty days notice. I said again that I never agreed to do any such thing as that is the point of going month to month. Their attitude was that they could bill whatever they wanted and I had no way to stop it and screw me. Ended up having to go down there and have a very unpleasant conversation with the owner.
I see where you're coming from.
I guess I should expect problems and for it to cost more than what I calculated above. I just don't know that I have a good alternative to joining a gym right now. Running is now out for a while. And all I have as far as equipment goes is an old set of dumbbells.
Like I said before, I just don't have any experience with joining gyms. I don't know what's standard procedure and what a good rate is. Maybe I should keep searching for a better option.