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I can't believe how expensive the gyms are here (and no AC too).   They cost more than my gyms at home in the US which are world class.

 

 My shirts looke like I jumped into a pool by end of 45 minutes here.

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I don't know if the gym I go to is open as I'm stuck out of the country but you wouldn't like it anyway as only half has aircon.   What I wanted to say is that to me the fans are OK. And I l

At the rate businesses are going broke may just turn out to be for 5 days

Great bargain for a 5 day membership...........

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50 minutes ago, Dart12 said:

I can't believe how expensive the gyms are here (and no AC too).   They cost more than my gyms at home in the US which are world class.

 

 My shirts looke like I jumped into a pool by end of 45 minutes here.

That's because the vast majority of Thais don't go to the gym.  Many are too busy just trying to survive.  So gyms gotta make up for that lack of customer base by charging more and they can get away with it because they are catering to a small group of relatively well off foreigners and Thais.

 

At least that's my theory.

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1 hour ago, Kerryd said:


I believe that what they meant was there was only 5 days in the promotion to get a 1 year membership at the reduced rate. After that, the price for a 1 year membership would go back to it's normal rate.

I remember Tony having sales of lifetime memberships for a short period of time. I also bought one of those after Cal Wow! closed. I did get good use of my Cal Wow! lifetime membership before the head honcho absconded with the money. Nicely done up gyms too.

 

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I've used 24-7 fitness and universal fitness.  Universal had more equipment and was bigger, but the equipment was ancient.

24-7 first because it was closest at the time.  Universal when covid shut everything down because they opened weeks earlier than 247.

There is Coco fitness here too,  which was smaller, but with the newest equipment.  Also, it was air-conditioned.  I have yet to try it.  

Bears gym seems nice from the pictures in Jomtien.  

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7 hours ago, Kerryd said:


I believe that what they meant was there was only 5 days in the promotion to get a 1 year membership at the reduced rate. After that, the price for a 1 year membership would go back to it's normal rate.

 

Who cannot understand this cannot be totally normal ? right ?

 

 

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4 hours ago, Dart12 said:

I've used 24-7 fitness and universal fitness.  Universal had more equipment and was bigger, but the equipment was ancient.

24-7 first because it was closest at the time.  Universal when covid shut everything down because they opened weeks earlier than 247.

There is Coco fitness here too,  which was smaller, but with the newest equipment.  Also, it was air-conditioned.  I have yet to try it.  

Bears gym seems nice from the pictures in Jomtien.  

 

all overpriced !

 

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6 hours ago, Dart12 said:

I can't believe how expensive the gyms are here (and no AC too).   They cost more than my gyms at home in the US which are world class.

 

 My shirts looke like I jumped into a pool by end of 45 minutes here.

 

My benz also costs more than back home ! and so ?

 

 

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On 10/1/2020 at 11:28 PM, ReLo said:

 

all overpriced !

 

 

Assuming we are talking about the place in Avenue Mall it's not called 24-7 fitness.  It's called Fitness7 which is opened 24 hours.  I think CoCo has better AirCon and a great view.

 

Their drop in rates are a rip off so not great for short term visitors.  If you get monthly and go at least 10x a month it's fairly reasonable.  They way I see it, that gives you incentive to go more often which is a good thing.

 

Universe Gym has ok drop in rates but it can get pretty warm in there during the day when the sun is out.  Especially out front were all the windows and machines are.  I sweat like a pig in there.  Most of the equipment is quite old but adequate.  

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On 10/3/2020 at 11:13 PM, shdmn said:

 

Assuming we are talking about the place in Avenue Mall it's not called 24-7 fitness.  It's called Fitness7 which is opened 24 hours.  I think CoCo has better AirCon and a great view.

 

Their drop in rates are a rip off so not great for short term visitors.  If you get monthly and go at least 10x a month it's fairly reasonable.  They way I see it, that gives you incentive to go more often which is a good thing.

 

Universe Gym has ok drop in rates but it can get pretty warm in there during the day when the sun is out.  Especially out front were all the windows and machines are.  I sweat like a pig in there.  Most of the equipment is quite old but adequate.  

 

Wrong ! np gym is opened 24 hours in Pattaya now.

Why talking if you know nothing ?

 

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On 10/2/2020 at 8:56 AM, Dart12 said:

I've used 24-7 fitness and universal fitness.  Universal had more equipment and was bigger, but the equipment was ancient.

24-7 first because it was closest at the time.  Universal when covid shut everything down because they opened weeks earlier than 247.

There is Coco fitness here too,  which was smaller, but with the newest equipment.  Also, it was air-conditioned.  I have yet to try it.  

Bears gym seems nice from the pictures in Jomtien.  

 

how much for coco and 24/7 fitness ?

 

 

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2 hours ago, samtab said:

 

how much for coco and 24/7 fitness ?

 

 

Fitness 7 lists it on their website.  Once again it is NOT called 24/7 fitness.  It's called Fitness 7

https://fitness7thailand.com/our-branches/pattaya/

 

Coco isn't listing much of any promotions or pricing on their site right now.  Googling around for recent info it looks like it's around 1600b a month or around 250-300 for drop in.

https://www.fittripper.com/gym/coco-fitness-229

 

The coco website is acting goofy right now constantly trying to reload the front page.  This is the promotions link

https://cocofitnesspattaya.com/promotions/

 

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17 hours ago, HashBrownHarry said:

I use Muscle Factory in Pratunmak when i'm in Pattaya.

 

Best gym i've been to in Thailand in 20 years.

 

200 baht a day, not sure what the monthly  / annual fees are?

Their website says 220/day, 2600/month and no aircon.  Seems expensive to me for no aircon.  Probably not a convenient location for lots of people.

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1 hour ago, shdmn said:

Their website says 220/day, 2600/month and no aircon.  Seems expensive to me for no aircon.  Probably not a convenient location for lots of people.

 

I agree, totally BS gym ! I don't even know how can anybody train there in April and why some people with money are so ridiculous to invest in this ?

 

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5 hours ago, shdmn said:

Their website says 220/day, 2600/month and no aircon.  Seems expensive to me for no aircon.  Probably not a convenient location for lots of people.

The location would be inconvienient for many for sure.

 

With regards to the price, it's a bit more than many places but the amount of eqpt and condition of it all ( not long open ) is excellent. There is 2 monster fans that do an ok job keeping the temp down but i train early so can't comment on how hot it would get as the day warms up.

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