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Anyone here has a gripe about Fitness First Malaysia?

I do! I've written to the Country Manager a week ago lodging a complaint about the Club Manager but have not heard a word since. Any thoughts on what I should do next? In answer to The Bear: Hmmm good suggestion about writing to the UK. However, I'm probably going to write to the regional office first. You're right about their trainers/instructors: not all are certified ... what's worse, I'm not even sure if they're able to perform CPR should anyone collapse. Uh oh! Hey guys (gals included lah), appreciate your thoughts. I'm about to go into Stage 2 of dealing with the issue. Wish me luck. Oh and because you all answered so wisely (really lah!), I can't possibly just rate 1 (don't want to be unfair) so I give you all STARS!! :D (Sorry if that doesn't help)

Asked By: Jules - 7/3/2007
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Try writing to Fitness First UK's headquarters. Maybe they can help... More
Answered By: TheBear - 7/3/2007
Additional Answers (8)
Wow, I can't believe this... More
Answered By: smeckdoodle - 7/3/2007
 
Just quit, many other gym's around.
Answered By: Shah - 7/3/2007
 
wow, that is bad service... thanks for sharing it here. My girlfriend used to work for fitness first as a receptionist. She said many cutomers are unhappy and the club didnt do anything about it which is unprofessional. She quit due to stress. Talk about fitness huh... resulting in mentally unfit is more like it... More
Answered By: Yuna Zanarkand - 7/3/2007
 
forget about it, they just want the business and I hate that gym, I joined for a year membership and they really sucks compared to true fitness.
Answered By: buttercup - 7/3/2007
 
ahh... i hate those gyms.. i rather jog at the park during evenings.. nice weather nice sun, the most important thing is i dont have to pay!
Answered By: no money - 7/3/2007
 
Good advise.... I'm juz thinking to have membership on Fitness First.... Since I've read all this, I don't interested anymore....
Answered By: farah_fauzi - 7/3/2007
 
I don't quite understand the rationale of going to the gym.Can't we get a workout by doing activities like jogging or cycling?Or how bout swimming if you live in a condo?Those aren't just free but they bring you outside.
Answered By: jf_fry - 7/3/2007
 
I agree with jf_fry It is free anyway (to do it outside). Always better with natural light to check out those girls.
Answered By: Master C - 7/5/2007
 
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