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The short and sweet answer is that you could try to sue them, but you would have a difficult time proving that the reason they increase your gym membership was due to the issues with the job application.
Furthermore, litigation can get expensive and when you take into account the cost of filing suit and moving forward with litigation, the cost of an attorney, and all other expenses, you will spending easily tens of thousands of dollars pursuing this.
Your best bet would be to try to negotiate the fees with the gym and if you cannot get it done through them, try contacting corporate to see if they can help.