"I'm just not a 'gym person'" I have spent a lot of money on gyms in my time. I tried my hand at machines, the pool(s), the spin classes, the pump classes, the aerobics classes, the treadmills and step-machines....and concluded that I was just not a "gym person". It was worse than that - my poor self-worth and body image were compounded by going to the gym. Getting to the gym required a long talk with myself but there were times I'd get to the gym, get into my gym clothes, FREAK OUT, get dressed again and come home (+/- tears) telling myself how useless I was. And if I had a bad day at work then it was a total non-starter. Here is what I have to say to all of those gyms: Dear Gyms, Here's the thing. It turns out that it wasn't me. It was you. And I've moved on to a gym that knows me and understands me and wish I had found it years ago. You can keep your variety of pools and courts and your spacious changing rooms. I have never had such good value for money than at GHF. Laters, Sarah I joined GHF almost 4 years ago. A bad day at work can be totally turned around by getting to a class. Stephen and his team inspire the utmost confidence and promote an environment which is nurturing, inclusive, goal-orientated and best of all FUN. I have met great friends (and bagged me a husband!) at GHF and love meeting new people here. In my mid-late 30's I have competed in my first ever events: two 10ks, three half marathons and a 20-mile obstacle course. The only panic attacks I have now are when I can't get to my favourite classes!