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Sweat during Rainy Weather in These 5 Fitness Centers in Bacolod

Turn sweater weather into sweat weather, and exercise in these gyms!

By: Shanice Reyes | July 18, 2019
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Heat up your body by going to the gym.

You know that summer is over when your officemate comes in to work with an umbrella, you find yourself craving for soup rather than ice cream, and you use an extra comforter when you sleep. Here come the cold and rainy days or, as some know, the “cuddle weather” season. There’s nothing like the sound of the rain and the accompanying cold weather to give things a lazy vibe.

But wait: how about that fitness goal you have? Or that race you want to join? Having the rainy weather as an excuse is not acceptable. If you can’t have your usual outdoor workout, consider exercising in indoor fitness centers in Bacolod instead. Here, the weather won’t stop you from getting the lean shape and steady endurance you’ve always wanted. So go and take a look at five of the best fitness centers in Bacolod below!

1. Eclipse Healing & Body Design Centre

Where: La Salle Avenue, Bacolod City
Gym Hours: Monday to Friday, 6:00AM to 10:00PM; Saturday, 6:00AM to 8:00PM, Sunday, 9:00AM to 5:00PM
1 month – PhP1,999
3 month – PhP1,899
6 month – PhP1,799
12 month – PhP1,699

1 month – PhP1,299
3 month – PhP1,199
6 month – PhP1,099
12 month – PhP999


Get loose and funky on these stationary bicycles!

Image: Eclipse Healing & Body Design Centre’s Website

Eclipse Healing & Body Design Centre was Bacolod’s first state-of-the-art fitness center during the era of weightlifting. In 2013, it introduced new workout programs and then later on relocated to one of the city’s most popular streets, La Salle Avenue. This fully air-conditioned gym has spacious training zones, an outdoor lap pool, a spinning room, a boxing ring, and a group fitness studio.

You can also try out different exercises like yoga, kettlebell and rope, Muay Thai, dance aero, TRX, and HIIT (High-intensity Interval Training). You can also enroll yourself in their signature spinning classes where you’ll not only burn calories but also have a good time!

2. Fitness Mecca

Where: Robinsons Place, Central City Walk, Lacson St., Brgy. Mandalagan, Bacolod City
Gym Hours: Monday to Friday, 5:00AM to 10:00PM; Saturday, 5:00AM to 9:00PM; Sunday, 8:00AM to 9:00PM
1 month – Php2,500/mo
3 months – Php2,300/mo
6 months – Php2,100/mo
12 months – Php1,900/mo

For Senior Citizens and Students
1 month – Php1,700/mo
12 months – Php1,500/mo

Joining fee (one-time payment): PhP,1000


Join group classes so that working out won’t be boring for you.

Images: Fitness Mecca’s Facebook Page

If you want to experience using innovative gym equipment and machines, this is the place for you. Fitness Mecca gets its equipment from Technogym, an Italian brand, and itis also the first gym to have the Skillmill, an advanced curved treadmill. This well-lit gym also offers various group classes like Zumba, spinning, yoga, boxing, HIIT, and suspension training.

3. Anytime Fitness Bacolod

2nd Floor, North Wing, SM City Bacolod, Rizal Street, Bacolod City
2F T.U. Square, BS Aquino Drive cor. Lacson St. Brgy. Mandalagan, Bacolod City
Gym Hours: Open 24/7
Rate: PhP2,500/month and a membership fee of PhP1,000


A member of Anytime Fitness can access more than 4,000 locations worldwide.

Image: Anytime Fitness Bacolod’ Facebook Page

Are you looking for a fully air-conditioned gym that is open 24/7? You’re in luck because the biggest international franchise is in Bacolod. Anytime Fitness is beneficial for people who want to work out during the wee hours. They offer functional training, cardio workouts, and specialized classes for all ages.

Besides the world-class physical training sessions, they also offer members health plan discounts from partner stores and restaurants. The brand has attracted many customers in the city, so they recently opened their second branch on the second floor of T.U. Square Building.

4. North Fitness Hub Bacolod

Where: Lopue's Mandalagan Badminton Court, Bacolod City
Gym Hours: Monday to Saturday, 6:00AM to 9:00PM; Sunday, 6:00AM to 2:00PM
Rate: PhP1,000/month

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They also have a basketball court that can be rented by non-members for PhP100 per hour.

Image: North Fitness Hub Bacolod’s Facebook Page

North Fitness Hub, the home of Spartans, is the best Spartan training gym in Bacolod. This indoor gym trains you to be equipped for outdoor physical activities. They have equipment like big tires, a pegboard, rock climbing, and calisthenics instruments for adrenaline junkies and those who want to join obstacle races.

Besides weight training, they can also train customers who are interested in Cross-Fit, Fat Buster, HIIT, boxing, Muay Thai, and gymnastics. With the variety of exercises offered, this could be where you find your calling to be the next ninja warrior!

5. 6100 Martial Arts & Fitness Gym

Where: 10th Lacson Street, Bacolod City
Gym Hours: Monday to Friday; 6:00AM to 11:00AM, 2:00PM to 8:00PM; Saturday, 6:00AM to 11:00AM, 2:00PM to 5:00PM
Boxing – PhP1,200/month
Muay Thai – PhP1,500/month
Jiu-Jitsu – PhP1,200


If you want a full body workout in just minutes, start wearing gloves.

Image: 6100 Martial Arts & Fitness Gym’s Facebook Page

Does the fighter in you want to break out of that cold cave? If you’re not a fan of using lifting equipment for your workout, then you might like 6100 Martial Arts & Fitness Gym which offers combat sports training. Beginners can learn basic fitness and pros can have advanced training classes in boxing, Muay Thai, and Jiu-Jitsu.

The gym also holds an event called “6100 Fight Night,” a yearly competition where fighters all over Bacolod can participate in different divisions and win a title. Go ahead and check it out—who knows, you might be Manny Pacquiao’s protégé.

Make sure to check out Yoorekka to find more gyms and wellness centers in Bacolod and all over the Negros island!

Now you don’t have to gain weight during the rainy season and later on regret not working out. Counter the cold and get your body moving in one of these gyms!

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About Shanice Reyes
Shanice Reyes writes to buy herself good coffee and bike parts. When she's not writing, you can find her playing Ultimate Frisbee, traveling to new places, or hanging out with her dogs and tarantulas. Though she has an irrational fear of heights, she'd love to try sky-diving one day.
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