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Bally Total Fitness

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7955 Broadview Rd
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Good facility, terrible kickboxing class 5/22/2010

The equipment as this Bally location is pretty good. I especially like having the elevated running track and the punching bags. The kickboxing class, however, is a real joke. It's more of a dance class, with a few wimpy kicking and punching moves thrown in . They have you doing all sorts of effeminate moves that bear no resemblance to anything in kickboxing. The discipline within the class is also very annoying. There's a lot of chatting around in the class, which the instructor should really discourage. Most annoying of all is the loud-mouthed whooping guy who -- each and every time -- feels the need to punctuate the music with yells of "Whoo! Whoo!" It's distracting and it's inappropriate, especially since he's barely doing the moves most of the time. You can even hear him from clear across the gym! So if you're going for the equipment, and maybe some of the other classes, it's not a bad place. Just avoid the kickboxing class if you want a real workout. Oh, and management should really clamp down on the inappropriate behavior in these classes. more
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  • As one of the largest, most experienced health club chains in North America, Bally Total Fitness is committed to improving the health and quality of life for people through personalized, accessible wellness programs. Bally provides the highest quality...

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  • The Scene
    Most Ballys stick to the basics for their design. Televisions broadcast silently above multiple rows of cardio machines; mirrored walls act as the primary decorative components. But thanks to high-energy television ads and low-impact membership premiums, this national fitness chain has steadily attracted a clientele bent on saving money while losing weight or gaining muscle.

    The Workout
    Using fairly standard strength-training equipment and/or racks well-stocked with free weights, the best of the trainers here, who are classified at four different levels, can be as skillful as those found at costlier gyms. For group classes, signature exercise options include Spinning and Powerflex, as well as a number of patented routines inspired by Tae Kwon Do.

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