los angeles, California
October 22, 2000
The second is commitment to quality over quantity. This means low client numbers, plenty of new treadmills, rowers, and spin bicycles. Rarely are there lines for equipment. Small size, however, translates to fewer class offerings than at corporate gyms. There a limited number of classes in a few key disciplines. Among these are the standard aerobics and muscle classes. There is always one offering in new trends, like kwando. Each class I have tried has been lead by knowledgeable friendly staff.
If you prefer working out in a dark corner, this is not the place for you. But if your need for personal workout space comes with a desire for a snazzy environment and in-n-out access to equipment, there are few places better than Easton.
Showers, lockers, and towels provided. Television screens throughout gym. Personal trainers by appointment. Limited number of day passes are available for $45. Membership rates vary.
From journal Morning City Retreats: Los Angeles’s Kinder and Ge