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STanner

Texas, USA

Hey all, other than personal training facilities catering to HIT, are there any gyms that have a (rather large) amount of classic Nautilus/Med-X equipment in the city? I'll be visiting next weekend and would like to grab a workout if at all possible.
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Tomislav

New York, USA

STanner wrote:
Hey all, other than personal training facilities catering to HIT, are there any gyms that have a (rather large) amount of classic Nautilus/Med-X equipment in the city? I'll be visiting next weekend and would like to grab a workout if at all possible.

STanner,
You may wish to visit Fred Hahn's gym at 78th street near Columbus circle.

Check out his site seriousstrength.com for more information; he's got a lot of great equipment.
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AShortt

Ontario, CAN

Tomislav wrote:
STanner wrote:
Hey all, other than personal training facilities catering to HIT, are there any gyms that have a (rather large) amount of classic Nautilus/Med-X equipment in the city? I'll be visiting next weekend and would like to grab a workout if at all possible.
STanner,
You may wish to visit Fred Hahn's gym at 78th street near Columbus circle.

Check out his site seriousstrength.com for more information; he's got a lot of great equipment.


"Other than personal training facilities catering to HIT"

Andrew
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Nautilus1975

STanner wrote:
Hey all, other than personal training facilities catering to HIT, are there any gyms that have a (rather large) amount of classic Nautilus



I didn't think there were very many place like that left anywhere since the early 80s - at least ones that didn't have beat to death equipment - otherwise I wouldn't have had to buy mine

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STanner

Texas, USA

AShortt wrote:
Tomislav wrote:
STanner wrote:
Hey all, other than personal training facilities catering to HIT, are there any gyms that have a (rather large) amount of classic Nautilus/Med-X equipment in the city? I'll be visiting next weekend and would like to grab a workout if at all possible.
STanner,
You may wish to visit Fred Hahn's gym at 78th street near Columbus circle.

Check out his site seriousstrength.com for more information; he's got a lot of great equipment.


"Other than personal training facilities catering to HIT"

Andrew

I was about to say this, ha!
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STanner

Texas, USA

Nautilus1975 wrote:
STanner wrote:
Hey all, other than personal training facilities catering to HIT, are there any gyms that have a (rather large) amount of classic Nautilus


I didn't think there were very many place like that left anywhere since the early 80s - at least ones that didn't have beat to death equipment - otherwise I wouldn't have had to buy mine


Figured it was a shot in the dark but I wanted to check. If people here can get their hands on wacky/rare nautilus equipment, I figured they'd know where a decent gym was.
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markh

Apart from Fred i think there may be another guy somewhere between mid/uptown Manhattan who has a HIT facility . When i visited NY in November Mike Lipowski was telling me about a great workout he was put through by someone in that area who had a facility and said that i should check him out . I`ll contact Mike and PM you the details

Mark Houghton
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markh

....and of course North of New York City in Shrub Oak (Westchester County) is Mike`s very own "Pure Physique " facility

Mark H
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Paul Marsland

Frank Saviinos GridIron is in Queens just outside NY..
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Nautilus1975

STanner wrote:
Nautilus1975 wrote:
STanner wrote:
Hey all, other than personal training facilities catering to HIT, are there any gyms that have a (rather large) amount of classic Nautilus


I didn't think there were very many place like that left anywhere since the early 80s - at least ones that didn't have beat to death equipment - otherwise I wouldn't have had to buy mine


Figured it was a shot in the dark but I wanted to check. If people here can get their hands on wacky/rare nautilus equipment, I figured they'd know where a decent gym was.





I mean how could they possibly maintain the stuff? That is why most "HIT" type or 1 ON 1 style places can get away with incorporating that type of vintage equipment - because they control the activity that goes on with the pieces. Places that just let people come in and use the equipment in whatever fashion they felt like wound up with beat to hell junk for machines in just a few years - that is why most of that equipment is trashed.

Not many gym owners are going to sweat the costs of seeking out replacement parts or having them made to maintain long out of production machines. Most guys that go through the trouble of building and rebuilding, modifying and retrofitting this type of equipment are going to keep a short leash on the people they let use it - and charge accordingly for the privilege.

I know I am very picky about who I let around mine.
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STanner

Texas, USA

Nautilus1975 wrote:


I mean how could they possibly maintain the stuff? That is why most "HIT" type or 1 ON 1 style places can get away with incorporating that type of vintage equipment - because they control the activity that goes on with the pieces. Places that just let people come in and use the equipment in whatever fashion they felt like wound up with beat to hell junk for machines in just a few years - that is why most of that equipment is trashed.

Not many gym owners are going to sweat the costs of seeking out replacement parts or having them made to maintain long out of production machines. Most guys that go through the trouble of building and rebuilding, modifying and retrofitting this type of equipment are going to keep a short leash on the people they let use it - and charge accordingly for the privilege.

I know I am very picky about who I let around mine.

I've been in the game for 10+ years; I know exactly what you mean.

Wasn't Dr. Ken's old place a "regular" gym? Iron Island, iirc.
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