How to Freeze an LA Fitness Account

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How to Freeze an LA Fitness Account
Exercise is essential to leading a healthy life. (fitness weights image by William Berry from Fotolia.com)

Sometimes you don't have the time to use your gym memberships due to your hectic family and work schedules, but gyms, such as L.A. Fitness will still charge you your monthly fees, even if you do not use your membership. Managing your account and freezing your gym membership can help you save money without cancelling your gym membership.

Skill level:
Moderately Easy

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Things you need

  • Gym membership card

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Instructions

  1. 1

    Go to the LA Fitness home page. Click on the "Manage Your Account" tab and scroll down to the "Freeze Membership" option. Enter your username and password and click the "Login" button.

  2. 2

    Reset your online account. Click on the "Forgot your username or password?" link below the "Password" text box, if your forgot your username or password. Fill in your "Member Key Tag" and "ZIP Code." Your member tag key is on the back of your membership card.

  3. 3

    Freeze your membership. On the "Reset LA Fitness Online Account," press "Continue" to freeze your membership. If you entered your username and password, pressing the "Login" button will freeze your membership.

  4. 4

    Contact your local LA Fitness. Click on the "Manage Your Account" tab and scroll to the "Contact Us" option. Enter your ZIP code into the text box and click "Submit." A phone number will appear below the text box, call it and ask the manager to freeze your account.

Tips and warnings

  • There is a small fee to freeze your account. Contact your local L.A. Fitness to find out the exact amount. Usually they L.A. Fitness charges £6 a month as of May 2010.

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