Chuck Runyon, Dave Mortensen, and Jeff Klinger first met in the early 1990s while working for a fitness club in St. Paul, Minnesota. In 1995, they jointly purchased and ran Southview Athletic Club for seven years. During their ownership of the club, its membership rose from 500 to 4000. They sold the gym in 2001. During their ownership of Southview Athletic Club, they worked for a consulting firm focused on improving under-performing athletic clubs across the United States. They developed the idea for Anytime Fitness after surveying the expectations that long-term members of large gyms had for their fitness clubs.
Ugh where do I begin.Avoid this scam of a gym at all cost.They are just taking your money.Its crowded at all times and it's very run down and dirty.Hard to get a good workout when every machine is taken.Theres nowhere to hang your keys and no protein shakes to buy after ur workout.Maybe I expected more since the PF in Palmdale is 100 times better than any PF I've been to.Just not a good vibe at the Alhambra PF.They are even too lazy to enforce their "Lunk" alarm lol I feel guilty giving them 1 star.More like 0 stars.This gym
I was diagnosed with autism when I was 7 years old and I have been bullied badly, even out in public. So when I got my membership in March of 2013 I was scared of getting bullied. Been going since then and NOT ONCE have I gotten picked on. The staff doesn’t care. They watch out for me. They greet me with my first name. ‘Hi Jacob, how are you?’ I feel safe and I feel independent. I put on muscle. I LOVE Planet Fitness.