This has to be worst Bally's in Oregon. This place is a dump. I only go here because it's free through my employer and close by. In the summer the cardio room is an oven. Endless complaining about the lack of AC from multiple patrons only got them to buy two fans (for about 25 stations). There are only four elliptical machines. The whole gym looks like it was crammed into an old office building. The personal training space is microscopic. Go to any other gym, if you really want to enjoy your workouts and get anything done.
This budget gym trims the fat off its patrons at streamlined facilities..
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.
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.
GREAT PLACE TO GROW!. I think this is an excellent facility with a soccer-plex, indoor basketball court, four racquetball courts, a swimming pool, hot tub, upstairs cardio area, and small area for weightlifting downstairs. I wish the weightlifting equipment was a little more extensive, but they do well for being a Sports Center. The nearest Bally's that has mostly weightlifting is the one off Scholl's Ferry.
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