I like the trainers, the classes are different enough to keep me interested, and I always feel like I am getting a really challenging workout. I like to have someone push me out of my comfort zone a little.
My favorite thing is my heartrate monitor and watching my results on the screen. I'm constantly challenged during the workout. I set goals for myself throughout the workout and the satisfaction when I meet my goals is all I need to want to come back for more. The instructors are also great and very helpful. The music is always good as well.
It's always changing and most of the instructors do a great job at correcting your form and being very motivating throughout the workout! Within a month of taking classes regularly, I could see a positive change in my strength and performance.
I love the facility, the administrative staff, the workout, the equipment and overall energy at Roswell. Roswell has by far the best collection of amazing instructors. However, Roswell also has a few instructors who are not properly trained or who simply lack the skills to implore a group to high levels of fitness. A few examples would be: playing soft or melodic music for all outs, talking too much in the microphone because they like the sound of their voice, trying to engage too much with members who simply want to focus on their workout and not talk or hoot, not turning up music enough to create an energetic surge during the workout and spending too much time repeating and explaining the floor routine where everyone's heart rates plummets before they begin. None of these are deal breakers, but the mark of a strong manager is to limit hires to talent who carry the torch well as opposed to diluting potency for quicker up-profits. Or, hire who you want then work harder molding them by sitting in their workouts and requiring necessary changes you see in their gig. Membership will come if the quality stays high. JR