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    kiro is offline Junior Member
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    gyms in the Montreal area?

    hey folks,
    i intend on moving up to the city of Montreal and i am addicted to my hardcore workouts. I would rather not loose any time searching for a cool gym.
    I would appreciate any information regarding the location of such places in the area. Anything from Gold's to some neighbourghood rat-hole.
    Vous pouvez m'ecrire en francais aussi.
    thank you in advance bros
    kiro

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    kiro is offline Junior Member
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    wrong forum sorry

    i didn't look at all
    sorry for putting this in the wrong forum

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    Montreal is a big city bro... there are hundreds and hundreds of gyms here.

    Everything from grubby basement hard core gyms to high end expensive "soccer mom" gyms.

    One thing thats for sure, is that no matter where you are in montreal, there will be a gym within a few miles of you.

    Red

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    progym on hochelaga, its from far the biggest gym ive ever saw in mtl..
    but theres a lot of bikers too... also all the topless industry use to train there
    very nice gym...

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    BASK8KACE is offline Anabolic Member
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    There's a great gym called GYM right up the street (about 3 blocks) from the main building at McGill University (I think the music/voice faculty is in that building too--that might help you find it). I visited a friend attending McGuill a while ago and worked out at that gym while there. It's a great city. One of the cleanest major cities I've seen.

    There's a good atmosphere in GYM. People seemed serious about lifting. I was there around 4:00 each day. Dunno what the crowds are like during peak business. I was able to get to the equipment easily when I was there. It's not large. Just basic and down-to-earth. No fru-fru, extraneous equipment.

    Hope that gives you a good start.

    Best of luck.

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    kiro is offline Junior Member
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    Thumbs up

    thank you so much guys, i realy appreciate it
    i'll give you an update of which one i liked the most
    take care
    Kiro

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    Popeye's is offline Junior Member
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    I started going to Montreal Gym on st-catherine and university - the locker room is disgusting, but the guys are big and the ambiance is for handcore gym lifters - i like it - not for soccer moms but gorillas!

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