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24 Hour Fitness - 1 Reviews - 1090 N Main St, Manteca, CA - Personal Care Reviews - Phone (209) 825-4141

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If you want to join to swim or to use the swimming pool, beware that although they claim to keep the water at 85 degrees, they don't. Water at a lower temperature than 85 degrees...

swimming pool too cold 3/15/2011

If you want to join to swim or to use the swimming pool, beware that although they claim to keep the water at 85 degrees, they don't. Water at a lower temperature than 85 degrees is way too cold. Stop by to check it out a couple of times before you join. You will see that the pool gets almost no use. The women that participate in the water classes are obese like 200 hundred pounds. You need that much insulation not to freeze in water that is 85 degrees or lower. Continual use of the pool at less than 85 degrees and even at 85 degrees during the winter months will wear on your health sooner or later. You will start out catching colds even in the summer. During the summer months, when they drop the temperature down to less than 85 degrees, you will get pain in places you didn't know could hurt. If you have arthritis or other injuries, the cold water will cause spasms and pain. Don't get enticed into joining for the swimming pool. Again, I suggest you stop by to check it out on more than one occasion so you can see for yourself that very few people get in it and to hear people complain about how cold it is. Talk to the other members who hang out at the hot tub. Ask them why they don't get into the swimming pool? Swimming is a super enjoyable activity for most people, but the pool gets so little use due to the fact that the water is too cold. During a hot summer day at 100 degrees, an outdoor swimming pool at 80 degrees is perfect. If the central heating was set at 100 degrees in the indoor pool building, 85 degrees water temperature would be perfect also. Unfortunately, they don't keep their central heating air at 100 degrees. Good luck and don't risk your health by getting into an indoor pool with cold water. Your immune system will rebel and so will your arthritis and muscles. The members complain about the water being too cold, but they are ignored. more
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  • In Short
    With classes ranging from 24 Hour Tease, a sexy strip aerobic class, to the more subdued Vinyasa flow yoga and butt-kickin' boot camp, this active sports club is packed with...

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