Why should I join Cult Fit

I've been a member since 2004, so for a good 11 years, what I really liked during that time was the consistently good support from a permanent team of coaches until they both left some time ago. Since then there has been a frequent change of coach. In the last 3 years - I think - the formerly good quality has decreased more and more in favor of profit maximization by the operator, so I have now decided to quit. The actually beautiful wellness area is not adequately maintained, the sauna lighting is broken for a few weeks, the steam bath has been out of order for months (as of 02/2015). One in four showers out of order for months. The scales have disappeared over the years, as has the terrace foot scraper. The defective signs in the sauna are not exchanged ... The treadmills are not replaced, but are knotted or completely removed. Drinking bottles to borrow (I know you shouldn't forget them) cost a rental fee in between, etc. Yes, maybe, but it's the little things that I want differently in such a studio, otherwise I can go to the fitness discount, I don't care, because that's the price. The memorable price model that is now also known in mobile communications was here also introduced, new members now pay per week and no longer per month, the price that was previously paid for a month is now paid for 4 weeks. Sure, a month has about 4 weeks, but over the year that's 4 weeks extra, so a monthly fee more than you would have expected. Of course everyone can do math and it is their own fault, as I would say, it is definitely memorable. Oh yes, read the terms and conditions. What I noticed now, I was charged a cancellation fee. Even if you no longer want to pay by direct debit, it costs extra. Maybe everything is right, but unfortunately not trust-building. You feel like being latently ripped off the table at the cell phone operator around the corner, but in the commercial system, as I had to learn ...