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Your Guide to Working Out in Singapore

With the rise of the fitness industry over recent years, settling for a gym membership can be a pretty daunting task these days. Today, there are several gyms and fitness studios scattered across the city and just about every neighbourhood in between that offer a bevy of classes – from yoga to CrossFit. With cost and commitment being huge factors in choosing a gym membership, it is certainly time-consuming to navigate the ever-growing fitness landscape in Singapore to evaluate the perks and cons of each gym.

So, why not opt for a flexible membership instead? Say hello to variety and convenience because all you have to do is simply download the respective apps and register for your next workout session! From spin and barre to Fight Do and HIIT, these 6 fitness plans will help you to make the most out of your membership for a total body transformation.

 

ClassPass

Hailing from New York City, ClassPass is one of the pioneer fitness subscription apps that revolutionised the market. From only $99 per month, you can unlock access to the best boutique fitness studios in town and book up to 8 classes per month. With its user-friendly monthly credit plans, members are granted the ultimate flexibility to book classes at their own pace and personal budget. With a diverse array of workout classes at your fingertips, its straightforward system has made it a favourite among young millennials. Staying active has never been easier with ClassPass and it definitely allows you to get more bang for your buck.

 

KFit

Afraid of committing to a gym? Looking for a fitness subscription pass that allows you to try out different workout classes? Look no further than KFit! Short for Keep Fit, their all-access fitness passport concept allows you to book a variety of exercise classes and even beauty as well as spa sessions for a fixed monthly fee. It also guarantees that members will save up to 70% with a KFit subscription, which is plausible when you take their monthly fee of $129 into consideration as each class costs below $15 if you book 10 classes. Besides, with over 600 partner studios, you will never run out of activities to choose from.

 

Activpass

Offering the best deals in town, Activpass gives you unlimited access to over 400 partner studios, salons, and gyms. The best part? There is no membership fee at all, so you would not have to worry about committing to a monthly subscription fee. Instead, you can purchase a fitness class or wellness treatment session and even get to save up to 90% off with their frequent weekly deals. On top of that, you are also rewarded with points with every booking you make, which you can use to offset your next purchase on the app. Fret no longer about your busy work schedule because Activpass caters to all your last-minute needs – and even gives them to you at heavily discounted prices!

 

[email protected]

There is something for everyone in this exciting city, and you will almost definitely never run out of activities to do. As part of the Health Promotion Board’s fitness initiatives, [email protected] is a low-commitment solution to prevent slipping into a sedentary lifestyle, which is inevitably common among 9-6 office workers. Add some action to your weekday evenings with exciting fitness classes held at 6 locations across the Central Business District. Classes start at 6:30pm, Mondays through Fridays, and includes a variety of workouts that are bound to get your legs moving and hearts pumping. Get to experience Boxercise, KpopX, and body combat led by professional fitness instructors without spending a single cent!

 

Sunrise in the City

Start your morning right with Health Promotion Board’s Sunrise in the City (SITC) initiative. Collaborating with various studio gyms such as One Wellness, Platinum Yoga, and True Fitness, SITC allows participants to book up to 10 free morning workouts a month at more than 20 locations islandwide. With over 40 fitness classes to choose from, participants can try out aerobics-dance workouts, yoga, and strength training if they are disciplined enough to wake up early in time. As slots get filled up really fast, it is highly recommended to register and secure your sessions as soon as it is open for booking.

 

Sundays @ the Park

Held at public spaces within neighbourhood estates in 87 parks islandwide, Sundays @ the Park is yet another fitness initiative brought to you by the Health Promotion Board. For individuals with extremely busy schedules, or those who just want to get their bodies moving on a beautiful Sunday morning, this initiative offers 12 types of workout classes for participants to choose from – including Zumba, jazz, mixed martial arts, and piloxing. Led by trained fitness instructors, the free workouts are usually held in the morning at 8:30am or during the late afternoon at 5pm.