So, you’re ready to get in shape. This is the year. That’s great!
There’s only one problem — you have twelve different gym chains within a 5 mile radius of your home or work. So how do you pick?
Below you’ll find our gym comparison guide, including gym membership price comparisons, features, pros and cons, and other information that’ll help you pick the right gym for your fitness goals.
Get started with any of the articles below!
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Anytime and Planet Fitness are two extremely popular convenience gyms. Check out price differences, equipment, and overall pros and cons in our versus comparison.
Do you want the convenience and low price point of Planet Fitness, or the size and breadth of features of LA Fitness? Our versus comparison breaks it all down for you.
Two behemoths. Tons of features. Pools, saunas, classes, and more. Which big box gym chain is the best for you and your fitness goals? Compare prices and features with our versus guide.
These are two pretty evenly matched, mid-level gyms. Lots of space and equipment, pools, spas, and classes. Which one is a better fit for your specific fitness needs?
Two convenient and inexpensive gyms. Very similar pricing. But which one offers what you need for your own fitness goals? Check out my full breakdown here.
These two gym chains are very different. One is a health and lifestyle club. The other, a community center and workout space. If you’re not sure which one is a better fit for you (and possibly, your family), check out my breakdown.
The YMCA and Planet Fitness are both pretty convenient, but have a big difference in price. You have to look closely at the offerings, amenities, and vibe to figure out which one is the better fit for your lifestyle.
One inspired the other, but which is the ultimate convenience gym? Blink is a regional offering, but whether it’s the better choice for you will depend on your budget and workout needs. Here’s my guide.
Both of these chains are open 24 hours a day! Woohoo! But there’s a big difference in pricing and amenities. Which one is a better fit for your lifestyle? I break it down in this article.
These two are incredibly similar in price, equipment, and class selection. But there are at least two major differences that could swing you one way or the other. I’ll help you choose in this article.
Both inexpensive convenience gym chains have a lot to offer. If you’ve got a Youfit nearby (there are only around 100 of them!) you’ll want to check out my guide to choosing between these two.
One’s for cardio lovers, the other for bodybuilders… right? That’s really just scratching the surface. Here’s my guide to choosing between these two popular chains.
Both are great health clubs that have a lot to offer, but they have slightly different vibes (and pricing). Here’s a quick guide to how to choose.
These two are mega convenient, but a little pricey. Still, having 24-hour access to a ton of locations might be a great fit for you. Here’s my breakdown.
I love both of these super popular chains, and they’re really similar overall. But there are two key differences you should know about before you sign up.
One’s for lifters, one’s for old people, right? Well, not quite. Both of these chains actually have a lot to offer, but which one is right for you?