Top picks in Singapore - Modern gyms

Top picks in Singapore - Modern gyms

by Teo Kai Wen 19 Oct 2017

Finding a gym that suits your needs can be daunting, especially if it’s your first foray into fitness or if you find that regular gyms fall short when it comes to providing the facilities and equipment you need. To make your search just a little bit easier, here are our suggestions for top 5 modern gyms in Singapore!

 

1. TripleFit

TripleFit is a sprawling 23,500 square-feet space that offers gym facilities, group fitness classes, as well as a huge retail section selling activewear and the latest wearable tech. The gym also offers both group and individual programmes (class-based or otherwise) catering to a wide range of needs which includes conditioning, endurance and strength.

 

2. Anytime Fitness

Anytime Fitness is, as the name suggests, open 24-hours, 7 days a week, 365 days a year, making it an ideal choice for those with packed or unpredictable schedules. From private showers to state-of-the-art equipment and even personal training services, Anytime Fitness’s flexibility means you can work out whenever you want to!

 

3. Amore Fitness & Boutique Spa (ladies only)

Amore Fitness provides an exclusive environment as well as unique gym equipment specially designed for women, and offers over 500 classes to choose from each week that can be complemented with an array of wellness treatments at your convenience. If you’re the kind that feels more comfortable sweating it out in the company of your peers, Amore Fitness is definitely worth the visit!

 

4. VisionGym

VisionGym is the first fitness studio in Singapore to specialise in Electro Muscle Stimulation (EMS) training, where low-level impulses are used to stimulate muscles, forcing them to contract, conditioning and strengthening them. These impulses are able to reach deep muscle layers which are hard to activate through conventional training, increasing the effectiveness of your workout.

 

5. Ritual Gym

Ritual Gym specialises in high intensity interval training (HIIT), and promises a full-body workout within half an hour – any half-hour interval of the day. Rather than spend that time on a treadmill, the workouts at Ritual Gym make use of simple equipment like dumbbells and medicine balls. As an added bonus, they also provide various amenities that you might need for a workout, whether it’s towels, clothes or grooming products, making dropping by for a session is all the more convenient.

 

Singapore is definitely on the up-an-up when it comes to providing unique gym options for the discerning fitness enthusiast. No matter your poison – barbells, dumbbells, kettlebells, calisthenics, met-con, treadmill work – there’s something for everyone with this list!

 

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