Only if you have no expectations by G F. at InsiderPages
I recently joined Lifetime to increase my strength, flexibility and have encouragement on a life-change eating plan (yeast free). My first appointment for an evaluation and recommendations was disorganized although it was a scheduled time. I waited 15 minutes, the trainer was with another customer and switched me to a different person and finally a third trainer was called over to take over the consult. The computer was out of ink, therefore, none of my results were printed and the rest of the consult was based on the results. No visuals, no graphs, no statistics, that were for me to see and discuss.The trainer suggested programs that may accommodate my limitations resulted in an increase in pain and a decrease of mobility.
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The groups were disappointing as I hoped for cohorts along with the membership. I now feel in looking back it was a money issue more than a place to connect, change, and grow. Could be the social worker in me and expectations thinking there would be friendly members and staff.
For individuals that have limitations, seek another way to address your needs.