Right now, low budget fitness seem to take over the capital, something which has greatly reduced the average prices for gym memberships in London.
But not all that glitters is gold.
With more and more low budget fitness gyms on the rise, customer service and support is becoming secondary for many fitness chains.
Some of those know about gyms go so far as to provide only basic exercise equipment to be able to offer gym memberships at the lowest prices.
With more and more “fitness discounters” in London it is becoming increasingly more difficult to find a really good gym. While it was quite normal just several years ago that fitness studios offered things such as big-screen TVs, pools and a sauna, those things are now becoming a thing of the past. The same with things such as personal trainers and training classes.
In my opinion, training classes and fitness courses are especially important. Nothing can be more valuable than a qualified trainer that can give you tips on your exercise routines. It has become rare to find a good gym such as Yoga in London Fields, Hackney. I don’t know about you, but I enjoy knowing there’s always someone around whom I can ask for advice. I’m not born a “yoga expert” and neither would I know what the best routines would be if I were want to lose a few pounds. I don’t have time to read books to educate myself and then go into one of those “cheap gyms”. Because of that I’m rather choosing a quality gym such as London Fields where I know that my time in the gym won’t be wasted.