If you’re looking for a fitness gym in Brampton that isn’t GoodLife or L.A. Fitness, the good news is that you have several options. The even better news is that some provide cheaper rates and a better gym experience. Here is a list of six gyms in Brampton that aren’t part of the big two.
There are three Anytime Fitness locations in Brampton. Rates are not listed, and the site indicates that “rates vary based on location, amenities, and membership type,” so you will have to contact each site individually. The good news is that free trials are available so you can try before you buy. Anytime Fitness offers cardio, strength, and functional training equipment along with a variety of free weights. Classes are included with membership. Bonus: Each member gets a free personalized “Get Started Plan” when they join.
This gym started in a basement studio in New York City’s East Village in 1989 and has now expanded into Canada. In fact, there are three locations in Brampton. Hours are Monday through Friday, 5 a.m. to 10 p.m. and Saturdays and Sundays 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Crunch Fitness offers a range of memberships between $9.95 per month to “Peak Membership” of $21.95 per month. The latter option includes access to all fitness classes. You can add on access to a juice bar, crunch shop, small group training, and personal training to your membership. There is also an annual fee, although the website doesn’t specify what that is. Crunch Fitness’s motto is “Positivity, Inclusivity, Fun.”
Fuzion Fitness is independently owned, and refers to itself as a “fitness and health centre designed for the entire family and community.” There are two locations: one in Cambridge and one in Brampton. Although there are no details regarding specific costs on its website, it does state that “base membership is a low, value packed, monthly rate with the option of adding whatever add-ons you feel may be appropriate for your lifestyle.” The gym offers state-of-the-art equipment and more than 60 fitness classes in three different fitness studios, a kids’ zone, luxurious change rooms and a steam room. They also offer personal training packages and a juice bar.
Planet Fitness has more than 1,500 locations across Canada with one located in Brampton. Its gyms are open and staffed 24 hours/day and seven days/week. Planet Fitness provides three different membership plans that range in cost from $10 to $21.99 a month. Each plan has varying levels of benefits, but all include unlimited access to the member’s “home club” and free fitness training. The company offers cardio and strength training with a few rooms devoted to specific types of training. They also offer group classes. Planet Fitness prides itself on being a “judgement free zone.” You can even check out the facility via a virtual tour on the website.
Quick Fitness offers a 10,000 square foot gym that is open 24 hours/day and seven days/week with trainers on site during specific hours. The cost for one year of “open gym membership” is $240. Access to classes bumps that up to $360. This averages out to about $20 – $30 per month. There are other costs for different personal training packages, but there is no administration fee. Quick Fitness provides cardio and strength training equipment, along with personalized meal plans. In fact, there is a section of its website devoted to wellness and nutrition.