Staff are wonderful and the variability of the exercises are enough to maintain your interest through each cycle. The only negative would be the pricing. I understand that Fit36 compares itself to Crossfit (which is also quite expensive) but I believe Crossfit offers more detailed, personal instruction to form and proper technique. With 1) the quick pace of Fit36, 2) limited time for each session and 3) the constant diversification of exercises, the Fit36 instructor is not always able to provide the personalized attention that's required. I have been a member of other gyms that offer similar classes, in addition to a wide variety of other types of classes (cycling, yoga, hour long boot camp, etc), and unlimited access to use of gym equipment but with a lower fee. That is the only reason I have difficulty convincing others to join Fit36. If Fit36 offered additional "classes" such as ones solely dedicated for strengthening, proper technique or preventing injuries, that would increase its appeal. Furthermore, if there were blocks of time with a staff member present, in which members would be allowed to use the equipment to exercise independently, that would also increase Fit36's marketability.