★★★★★ I remember I used to go there for bodybuilding. One time, I needed to use the "inclined" bench press. There was no one there and no towel..I looked around for like 2 minutes and nobody was there. So I decided to start training there. But then, this dude ( a black tall chubby dude ) came to me and says " Hey man, I'm there".... I look at him and told him that I didnt see any towels on the machine nor anyone training there... He responded back " Well too bad, im there, you can't use the machine" . I was really upset and call the management to complaint.. but guess what, the person in charge ( another black old man ) was his friend, and he took his friend's side and told me to find another machine. Now I was "really upset... worst experience in my whole life. I went to the man dresser room to change and that old man followed me to ask me for my ID... I'm like..." why should I give you my ID?" He's telling me for verification purposes. I told him "no" I dont have to give you anything espacially after what happen. People don't have the right reserve a machine ESPACIALLY if there's no evidence that someone is there ( like leaving a towel on the machine for instance? Hello? anybody here? ) and also, even if he was training there, he could of "shared" the machine with me as this was a public gym... I've been training for more then 23 years and I must admit that this gym is by far the "worst" I've been to. I think few years later, I decided to give it another shot and came back to train again.. but this time, it was worst, there was this "rep" guy who was I'm assuming a "coach" or something as they all had red YMCA shirt with "coach" on their back. Well, Not sure why, but this white kid was following me everywhere I go. I really don't know if he had a crush on me.. or if he was spying on me or whatever. All I know is that this kid ( in his 20's I guess ) was getting on my nerves for always staring at me and following me during my training time. Well, anyways, I decided to never come back there, This is a gym for "old people" or "newbies" Not for advance bodybuilders. Cheers.