They take your money for the boot camp classes supposedly to make you lose weight where in fact they take you for a ride to a yoyo factor (lose some weight and gain more back) The trick is they don't want you to lose the weight permanently because you'll never come back and spent your hard earned cash but also have huge interest selling their fake protein and health products. If you want a nutritionist go to one that affiliated with your medical insurance otherwise you will end up ingesting supplement that can potentially harm you in the long run, Just be carful.
spend your money somewhere where people driven by expertise and knowledge.
take weight nutrition classes at your local hospital or university, most trainers there barley made to high school with minimum IQ. Don't let them fool you.
Product or Service Mentioned: Lifetime Fitness 60 Day Challenge Weight Loss Program.
Reason of review: Poor customer service.
Monetary Loss: $900.
Preferred solution: Full refund.
Lifetime Fitness Cons: New managment.