Welcome to the ultimate guide to Snap Fitness. We've rounded up all our expertise on this page—giving you everything you needed to know about the popular gym chain.
Snap Fitness prides themselves with their fitness approach "We're here to help you feel fantastic 24/7." And it's that last portion—their 24-hour-a-day workout ability—that really sets them apart.
Inside the (USA) locations, their clubs do include the standard package of gym equipment that users have said are a bit close/tight to eachother. It's something we do kind of expect with generally smaller sized gyms. What you can expect to workout with:
However, there are a few things you definitely won't see at Snap Fitness: pools, saunas, steam rooms or basketball courts. Same goes for hot tubs and towel service. If those things important to you, we'd look at 24 Hour Fitness or some Crunch locations that also have 24-hour-a-day access.
All clubs from Snap Fitness are open all night long—just use your key fob at the door to let you in.
The total amount of locations we're tracking from this fitness chain.
Room for activities! Average square footage of their gyms.
How much you can expect to pay for the entry-level membership every month
Neighborhood sized gyms that are more compact, giving you quick access for an easy in-out-workout. We like that these smaller gyms are available in many (even rural) parts of the country.
24/7 access! One of the few gyms out there that hang their hat on all-night-workouts. It's just Snap and Anytime.
Plenty of locations to go around. With over 500 gyms in the USA, they're one of the top 5 companies in total gym count. You probably have one nearby you.
Traditionally smaller locations, under 20,000 square feet. These fit into strip malls and smaller shopping locations which may mean an easy in-out-workout solution for many.
Most folks should be quite content with the various offerings at Blink Fitness. Would we change a few things though? Of course.
Pricing for Snap Fitness gyms are pretty high. With month-to-month memberships ranging from an acceptable $39.95, to a stunning $99.99/month—it's quite costly.
There was some consistency in how they charge their members. It may not be a big deal: but it's not comforting to know that a "same" Snap Fitness just a few miles away could be much cheaper.
We wish Snap Fitness had saunas. It's a top request by our readers, and even basic, infrared single-person options are now available.
We like gym chains that are clear and organized. Snap might actually be at the top of this list, simply because they essentially have one single membership type*:
The memberships are month-to-month, without a long term contract. Annual fee was non-existent. There wasn't one location that we saw it mentioned, so a positive here.
Upfront Fee ranged from $1 to $124, and we didn't see any active promotions on any of those. Again, since this is a franchised-based-gym-chain, pricing can and will vary wildly. Here are the gyms we looked at, plus their pricing:
We all have different bodies, different goals and different fitness journeys. Some gyms may fit a person better than others. So who would enjoy this gym most?
Free weights, strength machines and cardio equipment.
Nothing like the hot heat to warm muscles up.
An extra early or real late workout—your choice.
Stretch, sleds, bodyweight or box jumps. The turf area is the place to be.
Relieve pain post workout or soothe sore muscles.
Gym Pricing Tiers Explained
There are 3-4 main pricing tiers that nearly all gyms across the country fall into. Generally, higher prices = more amenities and services.
$10 - $25 /month — Value
$15 - $30 /month — High Value Low Price
$25 - $65 Monthly — Mid-Tier
$65 and up — Boutique/Specialty/Luxury
"Is this gym worth it?"
Use our guides to help inform and educate what a gym can offer your fitness lifestyle. Only you can truly decide if a gym is worth it!
Here's what we know about gyms that are open 24/7.
It's a pretty simple formula for these two gym chains, and one that might fit your lifestyle really well. If basic amenities are all you need, then why pay extra for them? Things like pools, saunas, basketball and childcare could be considered "bloat" if they aren't things you're interested in.
If you absolutely need all-night access, then Snap or Anytime fits the bill.
However, with such wild variances in their pricing across the nation, you'd be wise to shop around. 24 Hour Fitness has 24/7 locations, as does some Crunch, Gold's and EoS.
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