Fitness-Singles.com says they are the largest online dating community for sports and fitness enthusiasts who believe in the importance of fitness to compatibility and are looking for a wide variety of relationships.
Though this website is technically a “dating site,” Fitness Singles says that they are not only an online format for romantic singles to meet, but also people who may be simply looking for new friends to exercise with or workout partners who share their same interests and hobbies.
If you are looking for a romantic partner, this website says that “fitness dates” are a great way to meet someone. They are “more fun than meeting for a cup of coffee” because they provide entertainment and natural conversation opportunities.
Anyone can sign up at this website and post a profile completely for free. When creating your profile, Fitness-Singles.com recommends that you keep a few things in mind. First, describe your favorite fitness activities, why you love maintaining an active lifestyle, and what you are looking for in an activity partner.
And though creating a dating profile is usually a good time to “talk yourself up,” this website cautions that you should spend more time making sure that you are accurately describing your level of fitness and activity, because the goal is to find someone who matches your same level and who can share your activities with you.
Finally, make sure to include photos, especially those of you enjoying your favorite activities. While creating and posting a profile on the website is actually free, it does require a paid membership in order to interact with the other users on the website.
The cost of the membership varies between $29.95 per month and $14.95 per month depending on how long of a subscription you are willing to pay for upfront, with the monthly cost being cheaper the longer subscription you purchase.
Members can cancel their accounts at any time, but since it is free to have a profile up on the website, members who would like their profiles removed must go into their account and choose the Hide My Profile feature so that active members can no longer see it.
If you have any experience with this website, please leave your Fitness-Singles.com reviews below.
16 ‘Fitness-Singles.com’ Reviews
I'm having trouble logging in my account because my password is invalid even though I am typing in the right password
Lots of obviously fake profiles and people who just try and get as many pics from women as possible.
Interestingly, after having subscribed and paid via card my card was cloned and some guys in Russia tried to get at my money (thank heaven my Bank is good and blocked the card immediately).
Scam in more ways than one, beware and keep away!!!
These people must be run by the mob to run a business like this. They took my money and deleted my account.
Created a profile, paid for a subscription and then could not read any emails nor send emails or contact other members. Sent a message to customer support, still waiting for a response to the issues with their site. Not at all pleased with this dating app. If I don't get a response from customer support will take it to the next level. File a complaint with BBB.
It’s a gross site. So many of the people are not in your area and most of them have never seen a gym.
I tried to cancel. They kept my money but now I can’t see any of my emails. If they are going to keep my money at least let me
Use the site.
I complained because the ragged site Fitness Singles wasn't working and was told it was their site and if I didn't like it I could leave. They indicated that they would refund my money and then sent me an email saying my "free" membership had been cancelled when it was a "paid" membership. Then I was blocked from sending further emails to their customer service. I have filed complaints with the BBB as well as the FBI's Internet Crimes unit. I hope they shut this scamming website down!
DO NOT RECOMMEND FITNESS SINGLES WEBSITE! CONSUMERS BEWARE.
This dating site mostly just make believe, from the people who are obviously not into fitness at all who are on it, to the fake profiles, to the fake shows of interest from other members who clearly haven’t really shown interest; it’s just the marketing scheme: When you pay you get all these “I’m interested in learning more about you” notifications that suddenly stop coming once you downgrade to the free version.” Considering the amount of people who indicated interest and then said nothing once I replied, I have to conclude that 90% of the shows of interest were fabricated in the first place. The members aren’t even in good shape for the most part, and those that are could very well be fakes. Total waste.