I train in Toronto, my club is trying to beast itself up a bit, we are getting more and more equipment. Have a few new cages, thich bar equipment add ons, some bands, adjustable db’s, 4 stations to squat from, glute ham raises, plate loaded reverse hypers, etc.
It’s a goodlife though, at queen st. I am always looking to train around people who are more competitive and advanced than I am, as well as training just as hard as I do. I find it hard to train along side most people as they talk to damn much.
I work at this gym so I get a free membership, but if any of you ever wanna stop by for a day, let me know.
A goodlife has all that? Which one?
My Goodlife is at yonge and queen st. In the eaton center. 5th floor.
You’re F**ING kidding me?! Which location specifically? The pansy one that used to be Bally’s or the hole in the wall that takes up the corner near Coast Mountain Sports? I’d like to know. Glute ham raise? No fucking way. Most Goodlife Gyms are of the “Damn, I’ll have to make do with what Bally’s left behind & avoid the BOSU crowd” type[/quote]
Serious. Queen Street West. It’s at 2 Queen Street. Right by Coast Mountain Sports. Yes, we got the Glute Ham Raise. I am a trainer there, we are trying to get away from the commercial feel and all that bs. We are trying to become more sport performance orientated at our facility. So we’ve done our best to stock the place with a higher level of equipment more geared towards actual training instead of retarded crap.
I am becoming quite proud of it from where it began.