Our value comes from what our fans say
What really matters to us is what our members think. After all, it’s their Planet. And there’s no better way to see what they think than to see what they’re saying. So check out some of the things our members have been posting, tweeting and emailing about us.
"The day I walked into Planet Fitness I weighed 315 pounds. I was diagnosed with type 2 diabetes and I wanted to do something about it. Joining Planet Fitness may have saved my life. Since the first day I walked into Planet Fitness and started doing a workout program, I’ve lost 50lbs and have dropped several clothes sizes! I feel great. Everyone who sees me now tells me how good I look. All I can say to Planet Fitness is thank you for a great place to work out!" — Robert K – Baltimore, MD
“I was diagnosed with autism when I was 7 years old and I have been bullied badly, even out in public. So when I got my membership in March of 2013 I was scared of getting bullied. Been going since then and NOT ONCE have I gotten picked on. The staff doesn’t care. They watch out for me. They greet me with my first name. ‘Hi Jacob, how are you?’ I feel safe and I feel independent. I put on muscle. I LOVE Planet Fitness. “ – Jake M.
“I just joined PF a few days ago…I was so nervous because I’ve never been to a gym, but everyone there made me feel so welcome. I really appreciate the customer service you provide. Thank you for helping me change my life!” – Ash A.
"The PF staff is extremely friendly and helpful. I am always greeted with a smile and feel that the staff is happy to be there and help me with questions" — Valerie J.
"There are people there of every age, shape, size and fitness level." — Julie M.
"The best gym I have ever belonged to... not intimidating because it attracts so many different types!" — Patricia W.
"None of the attitude that you find at (other gyms)!" — Derek W.
"By far the friendliest gym I have ever been to..." — Elizabeth E.
"You truly are the Judgement Free Zone. I never hear the body builders grunting and groaning, or weights slamming around... It's also great to see people in wheel chairs or with disabilities getting in on the machines just as easily as everyone else. Everyone is equal!" — Samantha M.