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Each gym features a large array of exercise equipment from bench press or inclines press or elliptical machine or treadmill or zumba classes or any type of class really. Gold’s gym is one of the first and oldest gyms to be opened. Gold’s gym was originally started in California under the name joes gold. Gold’s gym is headquartered in Texas. The first golds gym opened its doors in the fall in 1965 in Venice Beach, California. The governor Arnold Schwarzenegger and bad boy Dave Draper both got there big starts on the bodybuilding scene at gold’s gym. There life’s where chronicled at gold’s gym in a film called pumping iron which came out in 1977. Gold’s gym today is the largest chain of mixed gender gyms in the world worth more 400 locations in 37 us states. Going to the gym can help build character and a body that can make you all the envy of the pool parties. I have been a gym rat since as early as I began walking because I believe the body is a temple and how you treat it defines you as a person.
Even with the big Gold’s gym following there have been countless customers that have filed reports that Gold's Gym franchises where acting in dishonest and unscrupulous ways that misled there clients in to signing gym contracts. There have been reported advertised deals not being honored, billing irregularities, contract terms being fraudulently altered by sales staff after signing and problems canceling accounts or relocating gym memberships. Gold’s Gym in Provo, Utah was successfully sued for fraud in 2006 for changing a contract after it was signed in 1999.