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Top 5 Fitness Centers Where You Can Have Fun Workouts

Achieve your dream physique this year!

By: Arrah Camillia Quistadio-Manticajon | January 01, 2021

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Due to changing quarantine measures, the activities, destination/s, store/s, establishment/s featured in this article might be temporarily prohibited or closed under the latest government policies. LGUs might also implement health protocols and travel requirements. Please get in touch with the establishment/s before visiting. Stay safe!


fitness centers in the Philippines

Make this the year you make your fitness dreams come true!

Image: Anytime Fitness Philippines Facebook Page

Now that the New Year is here, many people are inspired to start a fresh chapter in their lives. “New Year, New Me” is the mantra of people who’d like to change for the better this year. One of the things most people have as their New Year’s resolution is to work out and get their dream body. Want to achieve your fitness goals? Below are the top fitness centers in the Philippines you can go to.


5. 360 Fitness Club



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The front desk of 360 Fitness Club

Image: 360 Fitness Club

We start our list with 360 Fitness Club. Established in 2010, they introduced the 30-minute circuit training workout which did not use machines. This led them to stand out against traditional gyms. With a tagline of “Gear up for life,” their exercises are meant for clients to prepare for life outside the gym. Aside from circuit training, 360 Fitness Club also offers a heart rate training program, strength and conditioning classes, group classes, and personal training sessions.


4. Elorde Boxing Gym



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A client tries her punches at Elorde’s Boxing Gym

Image: Elorde Boxing Gym

Boxing is a popular sport in the Philippines next to basketball. If you want to build your stamina, you can try boxing at Elorde Boxing Gym. The gym is named after Gabriel “Flash” Elorde, who is touted as one of the greatest Filipino boxers of all time.



Elorde gyms are equipped with treadmills, punching bags, balls, and dumbbells. They also have shower and locker rooms. Aside from boxing, they also offer Muay Thai (Thai boxing), weight lifting, and spinning classes. Elorde’s Boxing Gym has seven branches in Metro Manila.


3. Anytime Fitness



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Anytime Fitness’ purple color scheme is consistent across all branches.

Image: Anytime Fitness Philippines Facebook Page

Landing on the third spot is Anytime Fitness. The Minnesota-based brand was founded in 2002 and has over 3,000 gyms in 25 countries. True to its name, Anytime Fitness gives its members 24/7 access to their gym and state-of-the-art equipment. Services include fitness consultation, group training, and personal training. They also have the Anytime Fitness app for members to keep track of their fitness goals.


2. Fitness First



fitness centers in the Philippines

Aerial flow yoga at Fitness First

Image: Fitness First PH

Fitness First is one of the biggest names in the global fitness industry today. They first opened in the English coastal resort town of Bournemouth, Dorset in 1993. Exclusive signature classes at Fitness First include Pro Cycling, Freestyle Group Training, Flow Yoga and Hardcore. They have also introduced the Spartan SGX workout meant for obstacle racing participants, as well as a new indoor triathlon facility in their SM Aura Premier branch.




1. Gold’s Gym



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Gold’s Gym Clark branch

Image: Gold’s Gym Clark Facebook Page

Taking the top spot in our poll is Gold’s Gym. It has been in existence since 1965 when founder Joe Gold opened the very first branch in Venice Beach, California. Gold’s Gym came to the Philippines in 2002 and now has over 25 branches all over the country.

Gold’s Gym was initially associated with bodybuilding, in part due to the docudrama Pumping Iron featuring Arnold Schwarzenegger. Their offerings have since expanded outside weightlifting to include a wide array of personal training and group exercise classes.


Go to Yoorekka to find more gyms you might love!


Which of these gyms will you be hitting this year? Let us know in the comments section below!


This article was originally published in Yoorekka on January 14, 2018.
Due to changing quarantine measures, the activities, destination/s, store/s, establishment/s featured in this article might be temporarily prohibited or closed under the latest government policies. LGUs might also implement health protocols and travel requirements. Please get in touch with the establishment/s before visiting. Stay safe!


fitness centers in the Philippines

Make this the year you make your fitness dreams come true!

Image: Anytime Fitness Philippines Facebook Page

Now that the New Year is here, many people are inspired to start a fresh chapter in their lives. “New Year, New Me” is the mantra of people who’d like to change for the better this year. One of the things most people have as their New Year’s resolution is to work out and get their dream body. Want to achieve your fitness goals? Below are the top fitness centers in the Philippines you can go to.


5. 360 Fitness Club



fitness centers in the Philippines

The front desk of 360 Fitness Club

Image: 360 Fitness Club

We start our list with 360 Fitness Club. Established in 2010, they introduced the 30-minute circuit training workout which did not use machines. This led them to stand out against traditional gyms. With a tagline of “Gear up for life,” their exercises are meant for clients to prepare for life outside the gym. Aside from circuit training, 360 Fitness Club also offers a heart rate training program, strength and conditioning classes, group classes, and personal training sessions.


4. Elorde Boxing Gym



fitness centers in the Philippines

A client tries her punches at Elorde’s Boxing Gym

Image: Elorde Boxing Gym

Boxing is a popular sport in the Philippines next to basketball. If you want to build your stamina, you can try boxing at Elorde Boxing Gym. The gym is named after Gabriel “Flash” Elorde, who is touted as one of the greatest Filipino boxers of all time.



Elorde gyms are equipped with treadmills, punching bags, balls, and dumbbells. They also have shower and locker rooms. Aside from boxing, they also offer Muay Thai (Thai boxing), weight lifting, and spinning classes. Elorde’s Boxing Gym has seven branches in Metro Manila.


3. Anytime Fitness



exercise

Anytime Fitness’ purple color scheme is consistent across all branches.

Image: Anytime Fitness Philippines Facebook Page

Landing on the third spot is Anytime Fitness. The Minnesota-based brand was founded in 2002 and has over 3,000 gyms in 25 countries. True to its name, Anytime Fitness gives its members 24/7 access to their gym and state-of-the-art equipment. Services include fitness consultation, group training, and personal training. They also have the Anytime Fitness app for members to keep track of their fitness goals.


2. Fitness First



fitness centers in the Philippines

Aerial flow yoga at Fitness First

Image: Fitness First PH

Fitness First is one of the biggest names in the global fitness industry today. They first opened in the English coastal resort town of Bournemouth, Dorset in 1993. Exclusive signature classes at Fitness First include Pro Cycling, Freestyle Group Training, Flow Yoga and Hardcore. They have also introduced the Spartan SGX workout meant for obstacle racing participants, as well as a new indoor triathlon facility in their SM Aura Premier branch.




1. Gold’s Gym



gym

Gold’s Gym Clark branch

Image: Gold’s Gym Clark Facebook Page

Taking the top spot in our poll is Gold’s Gym. It has been in existence since 1965 when founder Joe Gold opened the very first branch in Venice Beach, California. Gold’s Gym came to the Philippines in 2002 and now has over 25 branches all over the country.

Gold’s Gym was initially associated with bodybuilding, in part due to the docudrama Pumping Iron featuring Arnold Schwarzenegger. Their offerings have since expanded outside weightlifting to include a wide array of personal training and group exercise classes.


Go to Yoorekka to find more gyms you might love!


Which of these gyms will you be hitting this year? Let us know in the comments section below!


This article was originally published in Yoorekka on January 14, 2018.

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Arrah Camillia Quistadio-Manticajon is the current content supervisor for the Visayas region of ShoppersGuide Marketing, Inc. She obtained her Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communication degree from UP Cebu. She has previously worked for a business process outsourcing company, a community newspaper, and a global technology company. When not writing, she putters about in the kitchen, baking or testing new recipes.

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