First of all, do not believe anything ""Doug Anderson"" says about Fitness USA. He is an associate for the company and has posted false, deceitful reviews. Just click on his user name you will see that he has posted similar positive, yet phony reviews for various Fitness USA locations. \r
Now, this gym offers several memberships. The most popular one they offer is a 30 month gym membership. They are never set on their prices and fees, and also try to throw different numbers at you to make the gym seem less expensive than it really is. Often times they will tell you than you can easily cancel if you move away. They even told me to lie about my salery on the contract so that it appeared I make more than I really do. Thus, if I had financial difficulties, they could use the contract against me. Nevertheless, I signed up for 30 months at a monthly fee of $ 40. Luckily, you are allowed 3 days to cancel the contract or else odds are you will end up paying roughly $ 1200 over the course of 2.5 years. My roommate was not so lucky and he is trying to get out to the scam. He signed his ""soul to the devil"" for $ 1200.\r
If you are a student at MSU and plan on moving after graduation, DO NOT sign up for this gym. They will make making canceling very hard, if not impossible. Their coporate offiice will not help you in cancelling, and may even yell at you for thinking about it, like they did to my roommate. Also, if you are an MSU student, use the IM gyms on campus since they are cheaper, bigger, and cleaner. O and don't plan on seeing the opposite gender at Fitness USA. That is because they restrict the gym to either men or women, depending on the day of the week. \r
Look for another gym and save yourself emotional and financial suffering.
Pros: The trainers
Cons: high costs, bad hours, tiny gym, and inability to sign up short term