1. How are Neighbourhood Clubs different than your average GoodLife Fitness Club?
GoodLife Fitness Neighbourhood Clubs are found in small towns and urban communities across Canada. These smaller clubs are open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for your convenience. Each Club boasts enough fitness equipment to serve the neighbourhood in an inviting atmosphere. We also have many services and amenities that will propel you to success in a fun and friendly manner.
2. Do Neighbourhood Clubs have JUMP! child minding?
No, our Neighbourhood Clubs do not have JUMP! child minding available.
3. Do Neighbourhood Clubs have Personal Training?
Yes, our Neighbourhood Clubs have Personal Training but the Personal Trainers are not Associates of GoodLife Fitness. They are trainers who have been authorized by GoodLife Fitness to operate in the Club to serve our Members.
4. Do Neighbourhood Clubs have Group Exercise classes?
Neighbourhood Clubs feature Virtual Fitness classes. Classes are held in the studio via a projector and screen with virtual instructors, but no live instructors. There are no Les Mills classes or other class types available at these clubs.
5. Do Neighbourhood Clubs have towel service?
No, our Neighbourhood Clubs do not have towel service. We do encourage you to bring a towel to dry off while working out.
6. Do Neighbourhood Clubs have orientations?
Yes, our Neighbourhood Clubs have orientations run a few times a week by the General Manager. Please visit the club during staffed hours or send an email to the club to book a time for your orientation.
7. Will there always be an Associate available at the Neighbourhood Club?
No. Although Neighbourhood Clubs are open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, the Clubs will only be staffed during certain times throughout the week. Please see the information page for your location on the website to find out when there are staffed hours.
8. What is the online sales process?
Once you join online, you will need to come into the club to receive and activate your membership card during the staffed hours.
9. What type of fitness classes are offered?
We offer a variety of virtual fitness classes as well as instructor led classes. Certified local group fitness Instructors who have been approved by the General Manager will also offer group fitness programs. Please note that an extra cost may be associated with all live instructor led classes.
10. What is On Demand Fitness?
On Demand Fitness means that any member can come to the club and use the Virtual Fitness Studio when it is not in use. Simply load a virtual class from the computer system to the screen and follow.
11. How will Personal Training operate?
Certified local Personal Trainers who have been approved by the General Manager will offer their services at the Club.
12. Who can access the Club and at what cost?
All GoodLife Fitness Club Access, Alberta Multi-Club Access and Corporate Members will have access to the Cochrane club. NOTE: All existing GoodLife members must have their card connected to the Cochrane club access system. To connect their card, visit the club during staffed hours or at the Calgary Beacon Hill Club.
13. If someone is between the age of 12 and 17, can they join?
No. However, people between the age of 12 and 17 can work out at the club as a guest accompanied by a member that is their parent or legal guardian who is over 18yrs and only during the staffed hours of the club. If a current member from another GoodLife location who is between the age of 12 and 17 wants to workout at the Cochrane club, their access will be limited to staffed hours of the club.