|Address:||4103 S Yale Ave, Tulsa, OK 74135, USA|
|Working:||5AM–10PM 5AM–10PM 5AM–10PM 5AM–10PM 5AM–9PM 7AM–9PM 8AM–9PM|
With 100+ pounds to lose, Im fighting for my life, and Sky is a critical part of my support team. When I walk in the door, Im greeted by someone who knows my name and my goals, and congratulates me for showing up to change my life. When I drop my child off at SkyKids, I know that my daughter is safe and cared for by people who love to spend time with her. My trainer (Travis) and spin instructor (Jeff) have helped me get to a physical level of fitness I never thought I would achieve. But even though those are the folks I train with, pretty much every trainer (Kia! Candice!) has volunteered to show me the Yoga studio, or help me with my form on an exercise, or offer recommendations on how to get through that Spin class. Everyone who interacts with me makes an effort to get to know me and encourage me on my journey. Sky is part of my team, and I am so excited to get even more involved by participating in Sky180 starting next week. I highly, highly recommend Sky not just as a gym, but as a community to support your goals. P.S. I saw several reviews on here that talked about the gym being crowded. I come at literally all hours of the day, often at peak times. I always find equipment available, the temperature is nice and the front desk is always friendly. Just my two cents.
Pros: nice staff who always greets you. The mix of regulars isnt intimidating and when I first started going here I didnt feel judged even though I couldnt bench more than 135 a few times. The equipment is also nice and there are few times I feel like Im waiting for something to open up. The locker rooms are top notch and I never feel like cleanliness is an issue anywhere in the building. Cons: Pricey for what you get (70 bucks a month but 55 if you go more than 8 times to encourage you to go). However with no pool, track, racquetball or basketball courts I dont see why they charge so much more than other gyms with similar facilities. My only assumption is that it helps pay for their pretty large staff. Folks never wipe down or put their equipment up which makes it seem like its kind of a culture here to leave things scattered, but I dont blame the gym. Its disappointing though to see staff members walk by and not seem to care their gym has straps, weights, benches, etc lying all over the place. Overall: 6 months in Im slightly disappointed but continue to come because the lack of quality gyms in this part of the town. But SKY is by far the nicest around this part of town.
Lauren, Danny, Fawn, BT, Mark, all the front desk team member, cafe team members and the trainers, all at the south location, Eric, Jarod (dont think I spelt correctly), front desk team also friendly at the midtown location. Both have the largest selection of strength equipment from free/hammer strength, to selectorized in Tulsa. You dont feel like a dollar symbol.! In fact, I get money back to workout as much as I do. WIN! So if you dont want the corporate rhetoric, and consistenly clean facilities, and multiple locations, Sky is your stop.
The Gym is too crowded. No one returns the weights, and the gym is not providing anyone for returning the weights like any other normal gym. There is NOT enough equipment for weight training. (25-33)% of the time Im standing waiting for someone to finish using the machine. There are only 5 spots for the doubles, so you will have to wait for your turn. Honestly, I do NOT recommend this gym, It is the worst gym I got into. Even Planet fitness is better than this gym. However, the only positive thing is the lockers.
Best gym by far in Tulsa. Facility is always clean. Machines are always working. Tons of options for free weight workouts. The kids center and employees are absolutely amazing. They are probably the number one reason I have been going for three years. The facility is always open to your opinion about the gym. The employees are all so nice, and caring. The class leaders and trainers are all amazing. I couldnt ask for a better gym.
This place is awesome. Super clean has everything you need. 2 squat racks, a prowler, kettlebells, child care, good prices. My only complaint was how the personal trainers would sometimes take up a lot of the equipment on the floor for there clients, so for that hour or so it can be frustrating trying to get your workout in. Other than that one of the best gyms Ive trained at in Oklahoma
Over crowded and limited equipment, very focused on marketing rather than quality but still not terrible, its getting there gradually. Hours are limited. They shut down for storms while other places are open. Parking is horrible. There is no pool and it is too expensive for what they offer ($56). Tulsa could use a new decent gym. There is no contract but theres a big sign up fee.
Ive never been into fitness until I found Sky through a friend. I got hooked up with a personal trainer and joined a small group that met several times a week to jump start my journey. Im now set in a routine and go at least 4 times a week and love the spin classes, weight training and yoga. I love seeing my trainer across the room every time I work out-it keeps me accountable!
Very nice, I personally have not used the services provided besides the gym equipment, but i can see others really enjoy it there. It does get packed on key days but, you still get a great workout. Staff is friendly greeted every time and everyone there is doing their own thing. Best gym ever. You really dont feel intimidated here either. So go get some gains!
I workout in the early mornings at Sky and so far, Ive had a great experience. I personally train with Thomas and he is amazing. He plans great workouts and is very encouraging. Everyone from my office goes to Sky, has a personal trainer and raves about them. There is plenty of workout equipment, space and extremely clean locker rooms.
I joined the Sky and worked out with a great personal trainer Josh, I liked how I trained body muscles using different equipment almost every session, very knowledgeable pro and flexible when it comes to session appointments. He also introduced me to Carla the therapist who treated a 2-year old shoulder inury. I love this gym !!
Awesome clean gym. I dont have a problem with the amount of people that go, as I usually go between 2-5 weekdays. I like the fact that they will tell you to get off your phone if youre clearly texting during busy times. Its very nice seeing some people choose to text or be in a conversation while people wait on them.
Need to expand not enough space trainers never have a smile on their faces when theyre training someone one on one so why should I pay for a trainer here when they look like they do not enjoy their job looking for another gym with more space more private areas soon to workout & happier trainers.
Sky Fitness offers a great variety in group fitness classes. Instructors are friendly and well trained. They always communicate ways to increase or decrease intensity throughout the class so that you can work at your skill level and know how to build. Locker area is large and is always clean.