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Monday, November 24, 2008

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I have been a member of Equinox for two years now. Do I prefer swimming through murky water, or water with a bunch of funky floaties?? And don't get me started on the lack of rubber matting on the tile around the pool - talk about a situation begging for a lawsuit.

I jag it in that pool.

This is typical of LA Fitness, even as far as Houston. I have complained about the volume of debris in our indoor pool (it's seriously baffling) - that improved but oddly, water clarity degraded. Hmmm, do I prefer swimming through murky water, or water with a bunch of funky floaties?? And don't get me started on the lack of rubber matting on the tile around the pool - talk about a situation begging for a lawsuit. How about the light in shower #1 being out for over a month? And why can't I ever manage to find anyone at the club responsible for the facility? Bottom line, I have gone so far as to call corporate when my pleas to my local club were ignored and just got more of the same, despite assurances of a return phone call within 48 hours. Vote with your wallet and spend money on a club that cares about your health and safety.

May I just say, "Ewwwww."

Oh my. I'm still scratching all over after two showers. The WeHo pool is reopen so I'm going to swim a real workout tonight. Monday nights are usually a very low attendance night. Hopefully the workout wont kill me.

Well, you got my attention when you said:

"At least it was cooler doing backstroke."

But then, I noticed from the context of your remark, you didn't really mean that you thought backstroke was "cool," much less, "cooler." Still, hope springs eternal among us backstrokers ...

I've been concentrating on keeping my head down following the black line until I reach the 'T' and consequently I've had some close calls not timing my turn correctly. Those 'T's of your would kill me on the first lap.

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