Getting fit is a popular resolution and it’s still early enough in the year to get on board with that goal. Here are the top 10 fitness centres in Singapore, where you can get physical whichever way you please!
CELL is located at Serangoon Garden Way, and they offer both group classes as well as personal training sessions. Their focus is primarily on workouts like Pilates, Yoga, Primal, Circuit and Kettlebell. On weekdays, they open from 7AM and close at 11PM, giving those who work ample time to squeeze in a workout. They promise fun and interactive workouts, and for those who need it, they’ll be able to engage with expert trainers.
2) Muse Fitness Club
Muay Thai enthusiasts, this should be on your list of places to go. Having partnered up with “the best trainers and athletes across South-East Asia”, you’ll be in good hands. Even their equipment is of high quality, and their premises have live music and an in-house café to help clients unwind and relax with proper nutrition after classes. They are located at Jalan Besar and are open every day.
3) Amore Fitness
Amore has had a local presence since 1985, and today they have many branches throughout Singapore. They have a whole range of classes, from pilates to belly dance, and aqua aerobics to power pump, which guarantees anyone can find a class that will suit their fitness levels and personal interests. They also have a spa under their brand, so you can find your way there to soothe any aching muscles.
4) Aileron Wellness
This boutique gym is located at Larkhill Road, and has been known to use unconventional methods of leading educators where fitness is concerned. They offer Personal Training classes, as well as fitness classes like Groove & Impact, Bootcamp and Fit Mummy Workout. Unlike many fitness centres, they do not believe in gaining members via coercion, so you won’t have to worry about being forced to sign up.
5) Pure Fitness
Pure Fitness is a Hong Kong based gym that has made its way to Singapore’s shores. Their branch here is located at Asia Square Tower. They have Pure Yoga, and an extension with other classes like kickboxing, dance, resistance training, pre-natal fitness, pole dance and other enjoyable fitness options. If you find it difficult to get motivated, their cardio equipment comes with personalized entertainment systems, as well as a DVD Library, so you can work out while enjoying your favourite shows.
6) Fitness First Singapore
Fitness First is a familiar name, for anyone who’s been out and about in Singapore. You can’t miss their familiar logo. Besides this, they’ve also won awards locally, for their state of the art gyms. In addition to group classes, they also have swimming pools, personal training, and smaller group classes. You can even view schedules and book classes online.
7) Genesis Gym Singapore
Genesis has been in Singapore now for over a decade, and have a solid holistic training system which focuses primarily on exercise, nutrition, injury management, posture correction and more. Safety is an important factor here, which means you will be trained by expert coaches. They currently have three gym branches open, in Alexandra, Raffles Place, and Paya Lebar.
8) Celebrity Fitness Singapore
Celebrity Fitness is yet another popular name which is seen often. It is one of South East Asia’s most popular gyms with a presence in Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore and even India. Their philosophy is that you should be treated like a star, with the best service and fitness programs. There are currently four branches in Singapore.
Gymmboxx has come a long way since 2010, where they were first located at the top of a car park in Bedok Reservoir. Now, they’re known as Singapore’s affordable premium gym brand, with many branches throughout the island. What’s great about them is you don’t have to commit to a membership to join the fun. You can pay per entry if you like. If you want something long term or short term, that can be arranged as well.
10) CrossFit Mobilus
CrossFit Kings and Queens, fret not, we have just the place for you. Here, there’s no messing around, as Mobilus was founded by a group of ex-military men. This method is primarily used by those who are required to be physically fit, but with centres like Mobilus, everyone can learn the tricks of the trade. As it is physically demanding, all new students are required to book an Intro Class first. Check out their rates on their website.