Does planet fitness have showers And Lockers
Does planet fitness have showers
All of our locations have showers and locker rooms. You will need to bring your own locks for the lockers and towels and toiletries for the showers.
Most of our clubs have shower stalls, Glenn! We recommend reaching out to your local club or stopping by for a free tour if you have any further questions!
Planet Fitness locker rooms look like….a locker room, only purple. nothing special about it.
Being only in the male locker room, It smells at times, it’s a locker room. sweat, all the norm, the bathroom is the first thing you see (in the ones I have been in).
I never touch the faucet handles or locks when using the bathroom, but this should be the norm in any bathroom.
If you are asking if their bathrooms are plush and clean, something unique…the answer is NO.
Remember this, People who work in fitness places, do you really think they want to clean locker rooms and bathrooms?
I’ve seen the attendants cleaning, so I know they do it.
One outlet I saw an old guy cleaning, but when I went to the bathroom, he hadn’t done anything worthy, as far as cleaning.
I wouldn’t walk barefoot in one, or naked. Come dressed, leave dressed.
Since I wrote this answer, I moved to a new location, there was a Planet Fitness, so I transferred my membership.
It seems the new locations are larger with more weights and the Locker rooms…superb. I DO take showers at Planet Fitness, now. lol.
I feel sorry for the people who work there, it seems that members think their mother’s clean the lockers room and so they come and go with spoiled conduct.
Does planet fitness have showers And Lockers
Someone left their shorts and underwear on top of the shower pole….I came back that night and they were on the shower floor.
Eventually, they end up in the garbage, but members are so nasty.
I commend the staff that cleans those places. But the locker rooms are so much better.
In fact the location I attended in the past, they moved to a larger building, so the locker room was better also.
I take showers after each workout. I’m happy they’ve restructured the new facilities.
At the Planet Fitness, I typically go to, there are sixty or more full-height lockers, each with three hooks and a shelf.
You must bring your own lock to secure your stuff in a locker.
There are benches affixed to the floor. The shower area is in a separate adjacent room.
There are four showers, one of which is accessible.
Across from each shower is a little changing stall for privacy. Also, there is a TV playing music videos.
I have been in a couple of other Planet Fitness gyms, also.
They had a mix of half-height and full-height lockers, but you could secure your items with your own lock.
Not all locations have private changing stalls. All were fairly clean.
Does planet fitness have showers And Towels
- I haven’t been to one of their facilities, but my impression is that it’s no-frills.
- In other words, your basic gym, no extras….like towels, hair dryers.
- Unless you’re a member of a top-notch, more expensive gym, most showers are equipped with water-saving showerheads.
- Also, cheaper gyms tend to only offer equipment, and not much in terms of classes.
- Friends, Your best bet is to check out the facility near you.
- You want to be close to where you live or work, so you’re more likely to go. I wish you well on your fitness journey.
Can you have your own locker at Planet Fitness?
No, they have a large locker room for the men and another for the women with tall lockers and short ones.
You must bring your own lock and before you leave you must empty the locker and remove your lock.
Any locks left after close will be cut and removed.
I had recently made a membership at Planet Fitness.
There locker room policy is strict, so you can not have your own locker.
Here a quick paraphrase of Planet Fitness locker room policy
- Lockers are provided to store your personal items.
- You must bring your own padlock.
- Even if you have your stuff locked up, theft or damage to your property can happen.
- A supervisor has the right to open your locker if they have a reasonable excuse that you are using your locker to store other things than your clothes or gym gears.
- If you leave your stuff in a locker overnight, management is able to cut your lock and hold your belonging as lost property.
- Always watch your stuff.
- If your stuff gets stolen, or damage, Planet Fitness will not pay for your stuff.
- It is your responsibility to have your personal stuff covered by insurance.
Anyways, do not let the locker’s police stop you from making membership at Planet Fitness.
Planet Fitness membership is $10 a month. It is worth it!
When is the best time to go to Planet Fitness (to avoid a lot of people being there)?
Answer: Whenever you want.
Planet Fitness’ business model aims to sell memberships to people who they know won’t actually go to the facility.
The goal is to have 70% of the paying members never or rarely show up.
If you’re going to the gym, you are not who Planet Fitness wants as a member.
It depends on the day. Right now it should all be pretty busy because of those new year resolutions.
But if you want to know a specific time on a specific day.
If you go to google and type in planet fitness hours, it gives you a list of times the least to most people are there.
Like most businesses, Planet Fitness is usually busy between 4 pm-7:30 pm.
This comes from the official handout Planet Fitness members should receive when signing up.
Also, you can check google for specific Planet Fitness locations and their busy times!
The middle of the day (10 am-2 pm) on a weekday.
The worst time is after 5 pm on a weekday and between 9 am-3 pm on the weekends/holidays.
What is Planet Fitness “lunk alarm”?
I’ve seen a lot of videos where bodybuilders go in to check it out.
It seems to be an alarm that sounds off when a person makes too much noise lifting.
Things like grunting and having the weights bang around.
The thing is, if you’ve ever deadlifted heavyweight, it’s inevitable that there’s gonna be quite a bit of noise. Squatting a lot tends to elicit grunts as well.
People seem to have correlated this alarm with the culture at planet fitness which is summed up like this:
You’re fine the way you are, but if you want to be fitter without the intimidating presence of bodybuilders, then our place is for you.
You don’t need to feel inadequate around people who have a fierce drive in physical self-improvement.
The thing is though, any gym you go to doesn’t even promote the idea of judging newcomers or whatever.
Most people just go about their lifting.
Planet fitness in a sense feeds off of your insecurities.
They create an environment that is more comforting to people who don’t want to face the reality that they aren’t as fit as other gym-goers.
This all sounds pretty harsh but is there any other reason why there would be alarms against anyone pushing their limits?
When someone drops weights, Miss uses equipment and lets it slam or lunk to the floor.
They also judge the clothes people wear to the gym.
Link alarm sounds and they embarrass the heck out of the person who they deem as not fit.
PF is good for walkers who can’t deal with outside walking on hot or cold weather, their leg machines and rowing or step machines are good starter machines but if one needs to step up in workouts go elsewhere.
I have been a member for 5 yrs. But I only use PF to walk on the treadmills to stay out of the cold or the heat.
Their sanitation of the machines sucks. Our PF uses hand sanitizer instead of a good germ killing anti-bacterial disinfectant.
Flu season – they still use the diluted hand sanitizer I take my own wipes.
I care about my health they don’t care! But a great place to stay out of the weather.
What is Planet Fitness’ dress code?
It’s really not as strict as some people seem to think.
Yes, there have been cases in the news of people being shamed but that’s the fault of the staff being crazy not the dress code.
The only thing the dress code specifies is no work boots and no stringer tanks that would expose nipples and then, of course, no gallon jugs of water.
Out of those three the only time I would ever say anything to anyone is to put their gallon jugs in a locker (if it spills it creates a slipping hazard) and work boots because they can track in dirt etc all over the place.
More so than not people are minding their own business and I wouldn’t dare embarrass them or myself by making a scene telling them they need to leave or change.
No competing fitness logos. Supposedly it’s very cheap to be a member & there’s never a wait for machines.
The terms seem okay to me.
Does planet fitness have showers Towels
Does planet fitness have showers Towels and Lockers