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The House of Health2
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2340 Grange Hall Rd Beavercreek, OH 45431
2340 Grange Hall RoadUSOhioBeavercreek45431
(937) 320-9825
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24 hour/ 7 day a week gym and personal training center
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Varoon Desai
8 months ago
If getting seriously huge and ridiculously strong are your goals, then you would be absent-minded to work out anywhere else. This is THE realest gym this side of the Mississippi.
Girth Brooks
4 years ago
this is a cool gym, two power racks, deadlift platform,heavy dumbells to 150lbs. and chains & bands also.
Andreas Baader
2 years ago
Even if you're not a hardcore weightlifter or bodybuilder, this gym is the best value in the Dayton area. For about $30 a month you can go to the gym any time of the day or night, any day of the week, and any day of the year---even holidays. You get a key card and that allows you to enter whenever you want. Just turn the lights out if you're the last one out. All the other gyms in the area, even those that claim to be for people who are serious or "dirty", have hours that make it hard to workout unless you take off from work and make you schedule your life around when the gym is open. Because it's always open, House of Health 2 never really gets crowded. You don't have a giant rush of people all trying to get their workout after work. Because they have three power racks, you'll never be waiting to bench. Some of the other reviews have talked about the equipment, and the only thing I want to add to that is that the gym has a very nice Olympic bench press. You won't want to go back to using a crappy commercial bench press after using a bench with a wide pad, pins on the side and adjustable hooks. If you set the pins right, missing on a bench just means setting the bar down on the pins; you're not pinned under the weight.
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A Google User
3 years ago
I've been going there for a few months. It's bare-bones but they have everything you need to get stronger. If your idea of "going to the gym" is hopping on the elliptical and doing Zumba this is probably not the place to go. They don't have a lot of useless machines that you find in most commercial gyms like a smith, leg press, abdominal crunch whatever, or hip abductor. But they do have things you won't find in most gyms: three power racks, glue ham raise, belt squat, deadlift platform, bumper plates (metric), adjustable boxes for squatting and jumps, a cambered bar, safety squat bars, a texas deadlift bar, axle (fat bar), bands, chains, Indian clubs, farmers carry implements, dumbbells that go up to something like 150lbs, atlas stones, large tires, and ropes to list a few things off of the top of my head. The regulars are very nice; it's not like a regular gym where people are either avoiding all eye-contact or staring you down. Most people know what they're doing and are willing to give you pointers and correct your form. There was only one weird old guy who would stare at me, but he eventually warmed up and started being friendly after I was there for a few months. Apparently, that guy was a big deal in the 1970s or something in powerlifting. Now, he just tell us the same three or so stories from his glory days.
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