Recently, I was diagnosed with a serious medical condition which makes it impossible for me to work out. I had hoped to end my member ship to Genesis Health Club as a result of now facing large medical bills, huge cuts in pay from months not being able to work, and (most importantly) not being able to work out . I have called Genesis repeatedly and spoken with the manager personally. I proved them a copy of my doctor's note and Genesis has verified my absence from my job with my employers. All of this, however, was not enough to convince Genesis of my truthfulness. Even putting my membership on hold still requires you to pay my full monthly membership fees. Their contract is unbreakable and now I find myself locked into a ridiculous contract which requires me to pay for services that I am MEDICALLY UNABLE TO RECEIVE. I had expected a higher level of courtesy, thoughtfulness, and morality from a company which depends so heavily on its community support. Do not sign a contract with Genesis. They care more about making money than they do the health and safety of their members.
Posted: 12/28/2010 • Link to this review
The treadmills at this location are great, and their cardio machines are wonderful, just the fact each piece of treadmill has a tv it makes it easier and funner to work out. And the indoor running track is the best. Also, they recently added a cardio-aerobic class Zumba, that is alot cheaper than taking dance lessons, the personal trainer are great.
Posted: 11/12/2007 • Last edited: 1/02/2008 • Link to this review
Very impressed with the health club. Reminds me of something you'd find in Chicago or New York. Full service with all you would want at a health club. And, they are expanding.