The article touting how the new 45 minute HFFA Strong classes have become their most popular programs was laughable.  As a decade long member who loved the challenging and creative workouts from the original trainers, the program is already becoming stale.  The truth is that it is only a 30 minute workout with 15 minutes of talking and stretching.  


The article about HFFA management maintaining a “members first mentality” is a joke. The new management came in with their own agenda and are not listening at all to the long time members complaints and concerns. All the classes that a vast majority of the members loved have been replaced with HFFA Strong. This new program is not providing us with the workouts we want. Our very creative and challenging instructors are now being dictated what and how they should teach. I could care less about a Summit coffee being put in.  I do not go to the gym for coffee. I go to get a good workout.

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