GoodLife Fitness GoodLife Teen Fitness Program: Teens Can Work Out for FREE All Summer Teens Can Work Out for FREE All Summer!

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Keep your kids active this summer at GoodLife Fitness, because their Teen Fitness Program is back for 2022!

The Teen Fitness Program is open to teens aged 12 to 17 and allows them to work out at over 250 GoodLife Fitness Clubs across Canada for free from July 4 to September 5!

A parent or legal guardian must register a teen and you do not need to be an existing GoodLife member to register -- simply visit the Teen Fitness page and click Register Now, select your preferred GoodLife Fitness Club, then fill out the required forms to enrol your teen.

All Teen Fitness members must complete a mandatory Teen Fitness Starter course at their selected GoodLife Fitness Club to receive a membership key tag which grants access to most club areas from 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM, seven days a week, with last check-in at 3:00PM. Dress code applies and certain areas are off-limit for teens. Check site for details.

Teen Fitness memberships are active from July 4 to September 5, with a maximum workout time of two hours per day -- click here to find the GoodLife Fitness Club nearest you.

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    • Disaster for regular members.
      Kids can only workout on weekdays between 8-4 and some free weights are off limits.
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    • Unfortunately, Some people need to put money down in order to lose weight or get fit. Some people keep with the program longer just because they do not want to waste their money.
      I'm 100% okay with this as we waste our money on so much useless stuff.
      It's not a matter of wasting money. I spent $2000 on a Gold's Gym Trainer and got far better results than a $6000 trainer at Good Life Fitness. Worked with both trainers for same amount of period.

      Good Life Fitness forces all new members to spend 1st hour in the gym with a trainer to go through a high-pressure sales pitch. That's the part I dislike. Plus majority of the trainers there are clowns anyways.
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    • If the kids know anything they'll go to Planet Fitness and enjoy pizza Monday and bagel & coffee Tuesday instead.
      But membership is not free there.
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    • Their "Personal Fitness Trainers" are a total scam. It's university students asking you for $4k-$6k per year because apparently you spend more than that on coffee or food, so automatically that money belongs to these losers. And if don't agree with them, they will spend the remaining hour trying to convince you that you will fall and break your legs on the threadmill if you use it without a Personal Trainer.
      Reminds me of Mexico timeshare people lol
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    • They really should ban devices with Cameras in the GYM. Just no need for it and the creepers will maybe stay away.
      I'm tired of women taking videos of me while I workout my dad bod.
      They'd lose half their gym memberships if they did this. I swear more than half the people at the gym are just there to take selfies or scope out romantic partners.

      Went on a date with a girl once said she did her make up before going to the gym so she could take cute pics at the gym. She was showing me pics/videos of her and she had so much make up on and was barely exercising because it would come off the second she broke a sweat lol.
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    • Go early in the morning. 5-7am I promise you they're not there.
      I'd say go anytime before noon!
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    • I guess this onboarding is what they mean by "Teen fitness starter" but it's not explained - pretty crap job by whoever put together the marketing for this. Seeing here in the thread that they also might not be able to use the bench is pretty stupid and also not disclosed. Duh.
      Pretty crappy that a company is trying to keep our kids safer by making an onboarding process mandatory and making the more dangerous equipment off limits to our underage kids that do not have fully developed brains that cannot comprehend risks to the same level as an adult.

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    • Lucky him, not possible in Ottawa. The three branches I called made a big fuss of noisily leafing through their orientations appointment books (yep, they use paper) and telling me how full they are for the next two weeks+. The last one also dropped a bombshell that they didn't think teens could do orientation at a different gym from the one they're going to attend.... Just a shitshow of an organization.
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    • Warning so other parents don't waste their time - even after signing up, the teens can't use the gym until they do an onboarding AND all locations around me are booked up for two weeks so nobody is starting this anytime soon. I guess this onboarding is what they mean by "Teen fitness starter" but it's not explained - pretty crap job by whoever put together the marketing for this. Seeing here in the thread that they also might not be able to use the bench is pretty stupid and also not disclosed. Duh.
      My kid signed up on Sunday July 3rd, did his orientation Tuesday and got off his duff and went to the gym with this friends today.
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    • Warning so other parents don't waste their time - even after signing up, the teens can't use the gym until they do an onboarding AND all locations around me are booked up for two weeks so nobody is starting this anytime soon. I guess this onboarding is what they mean by "Teen fitness starter" but it's not explained - pretty crap job by whoever put together the marketing for this. Seeing here in the thread that they also might not be able to use the bench is pretty stupid and also not disclosed. Duh.
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    • Their "Personal Fitness Trainers" are a total scam. It's university students asking you for $4k-$6k per year because apparently you spend more than that on coffee or food, so automatically that money belongs to these losers. And if don't agree with them, they will spend the remaining hour trying to convince you that you will fall and break your legs on the threadmill if you use it without a Personal Trainer.
      Unfortunately, Some people need to put money down in order to lose weight or get fit. Some people keep with the program longer just because they do not want to waste their money.
      I'm 100% okay with this as we waste our money on so much useless stuff.
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    • Can't wait to have the gym filled with teens making their tiktoks and instagrams
      They really should ban devices with Cameras in the GYM. Just no need for it and the creepers will maybe stay away.
      I'm tired of women taking videos of me while I workout my dad bod.
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    • Their "Personal Fitness Trainers" are a total scam. It's university students asking you for $4k-$6k per year because apparently you spend more than that on coffee or food, so automatically that money belongs to these losers. And if don't agree with them, they will spend the remaining hour trying to convince you that you will fall and break your legs on the threadmill if you use it without a Personal Trainer.
      I'm a trainer at Goodlife and have been there for almost 10 years. Lots of trainers, like myself have university degrees in kinesiology. I cost a lot more than 4-6k per year though haha but I am sorry for your bad experience. Try not to lump all of us into that though! I hope you achieved your fitness goals!
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    • Super great deal for the kids and may get a few parents off there ass to workout with their kid.

      Not me, I will be at home playing video games.
      Haha
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    • OMG the sour grapes. Clearly Goodlife is a business that some people love or hate but this is not some shameless self-promotion and the program itself is them being fantastic corporate citizens.
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    • Great offer to get people that age into fitness/working out...
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    • Their "Personal Fitness Trainers" are a total scam. It's university students asking you for $4k-$6k per year because apparently you spend more than that on coffee or food, so automatically that money belongs to these losers. And if don't agree with them, they will spend the remaining hour trying to convince you that you will fall and break your legs on the threadmill if you use it without a Personal Trainer.
      I'm not sure what this has to do with this thread though? I don't see any mention of personal trainers in the OP nor at the link for the GoodLife site that outlines the details of this program.
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    • Why not put the age limitation in the title?
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    • Their "Personal Fitness Trainers" are a total scam. It's university students asking you for $4k-$6k per year because apparently you spend more than that on coffee or food, so automatically that money belongs to these losers. And if don't agree with them, they will spend the remaining hour trying to convince you that you will fall and break your legs on the threadmill if you use it without a Personal Trainer.
      Lol, all of their personal trainers likely have their accreditation. I agree, not all are created equally. I have a good friend that is their top level PT, he's extremely knowledgeable. One of the strongest, leanest, and most functional people I know.
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    • Their "Personal Fitness Trainers" are a total scam. It's university students asking you for $4k-$6k per year because apparently you spend more than that on coffee or food, so automatically that money belongs to these losers. And if don't agree with them, they will spend the remaining hour trying to convince you that you will fall and break your legs on the threadmill if you use it without a Personal Trainer.
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    • Super great deal for the kids and may get a few parents off there ass to workout with their kid.

      Not me, I will be at home playing video games.
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    • July 4 - September 6 2022
      14-17 year olds can sign up and use the facilities between 8am-4pm with a max 2 hours per session.
      No access to the water (pool, sauna etc)
      Free, no credit card needed, they do ask for photo ID. On day one a parent has to show up and they also have to sign up for a 1 hour tour.
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    • This brings me back
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    • Good marketing strategy
      They become adults one day and pay up
      Yup.
      My Kid signed up for this "Free" Summer Membership for a couple Summers and liked Goodlife Fitness Centres.
      Now he's a Regular Paying Member. He still enjoys the Facilities.
      Sometimes he complains about the Young Kiddies there (Age 12 - 17) being a nuisance. ๐Ÿ˜„
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    • Teenage boys are the most volatile and potentially destructive creatures when in groups. Noise disturbances and potential destruction of property. Teenage girls are primarily the former, and less so.

      Testosterone is something else.

      This is great for encouraging healthy living early in life, but I'm hoping it's a somewhat controlled environment.

      Stay blessed, gents.
      They're only allowed at certain times of the day and have to go through a one hour tutorial on what they can and can't use in the gym. Ex. Theyre not allowed to use the bench presses. I've been with Goodlife for many years and we never have problems with teens as their parents are made to understand there's zero tolerance for foolishness.
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    • High school kids have been taking over my gym and it's been awful.

      They're loud, obnoxious, playing tag in the change rooms and weight areas, and constantly flexing their non-existent abs in the gym mirror.

      Go early in the morning. 5-7am I promise you they're not there.
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    • Teenage boys are the most volatile and potentially destructive creatures when in groups. Noise disturbances and potential destruction of property. Teenage girls are primarily the former, and less so.

      Testosterone is something else.

      This is great for encouraging healthy living early in life, but I'm hoping it's a somewhat controlled environment.

      Stay blessed, gents.
      Good parenting goes a long way...but has it's limits :)
      Unsolicited advice: review gym expectations and loss of privilege consequences for any reports of teenage stupidity, folks.
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    • Teenage boys are the most volatile and potentially destructive creatures when in groups. Noise disturbances and potential destruction of property. Teenage girls are primarily the former, and less so.

      Testosterone is something else.

      This is great for encouraging healthy living early in life, but I'm hoping it's a somewhat controlled environment.

      Stay blessed, gents.
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    • Disaster for regular members.
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    • Kids are the future!
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    • good place to avoid then...
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    • Good marketing strategy
      They become adults one day and pay up
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    • Great find, thanks. I have 2 teen kids that will use this.
      Let me know if they are the trouble-makers; I'll end it (them?) right away. They should be good citizens though.๐Ÿ˜„
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    • High school kids have been taking over my gym and it's been awful.

      They're loud, obnoxious, playing tag in the change rooms and weight areas, and constantly flexing their non-existent abs in the gym mirror.
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    • I support this initiative but please don't come to my gym lol
      If the kids know anything they'll go to Planet Fitness and enjoy pizza Monday and bagel & coffee Tuesday instead.
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    • I've seen the movie 17 Again to know why these teens need those kinda bodies. Highly against this!!!
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    • I support this initiative but please don't come to my gym lol
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    • Can't wait to have the gym filled with teens making their tiktoks and instagrams
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