So, Reebok Sprots Club is HUGE! I mean huge. Over 3 floors and equiped with everything you can imagine for staying in shape and keeping fit.
Friendly and helpful staff. I had I guided tour when first considering joining and was offered a free pass. Once joining I've had an induction and was drawn up a personalised training programme, which I can review as often as I want. And then I was approached by one of the personal trainers a few days ago offering me a complimentary session - amazing!
There's a climbing wall, a swimming pool, a yoga studio, spinning studio and much, much more. 210 classes to choose from every week.
Beautifully decorated, spacious and well equipped changing rooms - they even have irons and ironing boards!
There is also a beauty salon, The Plateau Bar and Restaurant, a sports shop - which memebers are entitled to discounts in.
And members get guest passes for friends.
This is 1 of the most popular clubs in Canary Wharf. Despite this it never seems overcrowded or short on space.
This gym truly has it all and having it wrapped in the most luxurious décor I have seen in a gym, this Reebox club is the best fitness centre I have ever seen.
Everything has its own space whether it is indoor golf or the power plate room. The 23m swimming pool is stunning. If cycling is your thing, they have the largest spinning room in Europe with a seventy six bike station, you may feel like you are in the Tour de France.
The weights and resistance machines are as extensive as any gym I've seen and in truth it is simpler to say this gym is the ultimate fitness centre in London. It truly has everything.
If you do need further motivation, there are one hundred and fifty classes to choose from.
As a member you are able to make the most of almost unlimited discounts and special offers from affiliated companies.
Even with a monthly fee of over £90, this gym is worth every penny.
I was really nervous about joining a gym as I'd never been to one before and didn't want to stand out as a newbie. I didn't have to worry as there's a real sense of space here so that you don't feel too close to the person next to you. The equipment is amazing, there's loads of it so I've never had to queue for anything even when it is really busy and there's even a decent sized swimming pool. Also, when I joined I had a really good induction which gave me a program totally suited to what I wanted to achieve.
As others have said this is pricey but the facilities make it worth it. Also, you can leave at any time as you're not locked into a contract, you can take a three month break if you don't fancy it for a while and they give you free guest passes.
I joined Reebok gym about 6 months ago. I didn't actually intend to join when I first went along as a guest but I was pretty impressed. It is really expensive I have to admit coming in at a whopping £93 a month for a peak user (off peak and weekend are less) but the gym is really well equipped and the staff are helpful, but what swung me was the fact that they do over 20 classes per day.
the pilates classes near my work cost £10 per class and I wanted to go 3 times a week to get a bit fitter so the gym actually worked out cheaper.
It is well worth if you are going to use it, they do fight - boxing etc., dance, loads of different forms of yoga, they even do a 'little black dress workout'.
They give free health checks and the sauna and steam room are good.
So pricey and if you are not going to use it, don't bother but if you are a gym bunny it's well worth it. Also it won 'Britains best gym' in Mens health mag.
Decent facilities, but a bit cramped inside. For example the Pilates studio is a bit small.
Their cancellation policy of the full calendar month following that of the request is really taking the p*ss. I just canceled on the 3rd and in effect have to pay for 200quid for the privilege.
I have been a member of the Reebok for over a Year now and while the equiptment is good the changing rooms and showers are really grubby. The staff (who by the way can give out a lot of guest passes) have full use of the gym and locker room and by staff I mean not just fitness instructors but cleaning,bar and kitchen staff that work in the building not just those you might see around the GYM this means that you having paid your £95+ will have to wait for a piece of equiptment (free weights etc) or have to search for a locker or evern forgoe the steam room or sauna because it is being used by staff (who enjoy this as a perk) the work exclusive is not one to apply to the Reebok.
The club has the UK's largest spin studio, a bespoke pilates studio, personal training, climbing wall, swimming pool and indoor golf. With over 170 pieces of cardio equipment, indoor sports hall and power plate studio, it's easy to see why the Reebok Club was named Britan's Best Gym.