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    How does its facilities and equipment compare to David Lloyds (excluding the pool)?
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    A better way to put it is what do you want to know? The only thing I can say for sure is that the showers/changing rooms aren't as nice as a Fitness First. Other stuff is pretty much equivalent (I am assuming you're not interested in the difference between Hammer Strength vs other brands of machines etc.)

    If you want a pool/more classes there's always ULU down the road.
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    (Original post by The Blind Monk)
    A better way to put it is what do you want to know? The only thing I can say for sure is that the showers/changing rooms aren't as nice as a Fitness First. Other stuff is pretty much equivalent (I am assuming you're not interested in the difference between Hammer Strength vs other brands of machines etc.)

    If you want a pool/more classes there's always ULU down the road.
    Actually how does Hammer Smith compare to Technogym?
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    Hammer's stuff tends to be more ergonomic/fits most people's strength curve. I prefer it to any other brand of machine I've tried. I really like their flat bench press and all of the rowing variants. Sadly my present gym only has 2 pieces of hammer kit.
 
 
 
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