In the early years, the gym was a relatively small and quiet place in downtown Los Angeles.
Then, in the late 1990s, it grew into one of the biggest and most successful weightlifting gyms in the country.
Now, it’s on the verge of becoming a household name.
The gym is known for its high-end equipment, including gold plates, gold bars and rings.
The owner is Mark Fong, who has a degree in exercise science and is the owner of the popular gym.
Gold’s Gym, a Gold’s gym in Los Angeles, is a high-profile gym that has gained attention.
The gym is the site of a heated dispute with the city over a parking lot where many people use the gym, and the city is appealing the decision to the Federal Trade Commission.
But the city has yet to say whether the decision will be overturned.
“I’ve always been proud of what we do,” said Fong.
“I’m not going to sit around and be quiet.
I’m not doing this because I think it’s bad for me or my business, or my customers or my community.
I love what we’re doing.”
The city has made headlines in recent years with its crackdown on illegal drug use and the widespread use of painkillers.
Fong said that after the first week, he had more than 2,500 calls to his phone.
He said he was receiving more than a thousand emails a day from people who wanted to know if they could use the weight room.
The city said it has had complaints from residents and has investigated the situation.
Fong said he does not know whether his gym will reopen this year.
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