Deejay's Fitness World, like most good things, has a narrow and a rather precarious path leading up to its second-floor perch. Unlike all the other good things, it does not have an effective A/C. But it has plans, some in the pipeline (a separate cardio section), and some in pipe-dreams (spa, saloon, coffee bar...).
On ground, there is loads of weight-training equipment, mostly comprising different varieties of bench, shoulder and leg presses, a couple of cycles and treadmills, plenty of weights, and all other gymming paraphernalia. The couple of instructors, perhaps like most instructors in most gyms, spend more time with the women than with the men, but are generally friendly and helpful. Yet, a smooth workout at Deejay's is dependent more on your present equation and past experience with the machines.
Going by the arm size and the chest measure of the patrons, you might guess the motto of Deejay's gym: keep to the basics with a no-frills-no-brains imitation of dear old Arnie. The ladies do have their own time, and can fight their battle with their love handles during the peaceful afternoon hours.
On the whole, slightly expensive for a non-A/C place, especially considering that there are more options only slightly more expensive, like Crunch
down the road.