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2013-06-10 11:55 PM

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Subject: Pool at Lifetime Fitness, I10 and Warner
I've been swimming at the lap pool at LA Fitness in Ahwatukee. Three lanes and plenty of waiting. Lately the chlorine level there has been high enough to make me hack up a lung after only 20 minutes of swimming. Does anybody out there have any experience with Lifetime Fitness' pools? Do they do a better job of keeping the chemicals balanced?


2013-06-12 8:58 PM
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I swim there and love it! 5 lanes inside and 5 outside. Never had a problem with the chems in the pool and I have pretty bad allergies. It's a great gym for triathletes!
2013-06-14 11:11 PM
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I joined up this evening. Seeing all those swim lanes, outside too, sealed the deal.
2013-06-17 11:26 PM
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Swam at Lifetime tonight. Used the outside pool, don't you know. Very nice.
2013-06-26 10:20 AM
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The outside lanes are one of the main reasons we're members at Lifetime! I'm about halfway between the Tempe and Goodyear locations, but I make the drive because the gym is so much better than the LA Fitness near me. glad you made the choice to change...Lifetime is awessome!
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