Ever had an urge to hit the treadmill at 9 pm after binge-eating and watching Kpop dramas? Or perhaps you feel that you need to really work those abs after that 2 am supper prata. Well, now you have a pick of your favourite 24/7 gyms around Singapore to do so! Let our guide show you where to go and which outlet to go for a after midnight adrenaline-pumping workout!
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1. Platinum Fitness
1 Location: OUE Downtown (Tanjong Pagar)
Price: $35/entry, $90 – $150/month depending on membership term + one-time admin fee of $70
For those who want facilities and amenities on par with a premium gym, but have a limited budget, Platinum Fitness might be the one for you. Opened in September 2018, this 24-hour gym boasts one of the lowest monthly fees among premium gyms. Shower rooms are stocked with Ashley & Co. toiletries, and a favourite among members is the functional zone which houses equipment such as light weights, kettle bells and fitness mats which can be used to setup your own circuits. The gym provides unparalleled flexibility too – members have the freedom to train alone, with a Platinum Fitness trainer or even bring in their own personal trainer. There are also group classes available for those looking to mix up their workout.
Pros: Premium facilities, group classes available
Cons: Only one location
2. Anytime Fitness
45 Locations: Jurong Central, Jurong West (Nanyang CC), Taman Jurong, Jurong Gateway, Hill V2, Bukit Panjang, Choa Chu Kang, Yew Tee, West Coast, Clementi City, Bukit Timah, Woodlands, Admiralty, Sembawang, River Valley (Valley Point), Cantonment Rd, Queensway, Telok Blangah, Upper Cross Street, Tanjong Pagar, Selegie (PoMo Mall), Tanglin (P.O.), Jalan Besar, Kallang Wave Mall, Upper Thomson, Ang Mo Kio, Serangoon Gardens, Greenwich, Paya Lebar (ONE KM Mall), Kembangan, Marine Parade, MacPherson CC, Bedok Central (Djitsun Mall), Boon Keng, Potong Pasir, Simei (East Point Mall), Tampines North, Tampines West, Tampines East, Pasir Ris (E!Hub), Sengkang (Rivervale Mall), Punggol Oasis, Hougang (Ci Yuan CC), Kovan (JForte).
Price: $30/ entry, $80-100/month depending on membership term
Anytime Fitness is definitely the largest 24/7 gym provider, with 45 outlets all around the island from east to west and five more coming soon. You’ll have no excuse not to go to the gym! It has a standard selection of cardio machines, strength equipment as well as free weights. Members can use the Preva mobile app to track their fitness progress on the cardio equipment by Precor. Some of the studios have group classes, such as aerobic classes (Anytime Fitness at Beauty World). If you are a member of Anytime Fitness here, you can workout at any Anytime fitness gym worldwide. Shower facilities are available at every gym.
Pros: Shower facilities at all gyms, group classes available, membership grants access to all Anytime gyms worldwide, many locations
Cons: Expensive personal training
3. Gymm Boxx
Price: $7/entry or $5/entry (off-peak hours at 12 am – 5 pm on weekdays), 3/6/12 month plans starting from $60/month
Gymm Boxx is your residential neighbourhood gym. The prices are its highest draw – you can pay per entry, and youth as well as seniors over 55 years of age get a discount. The facilities at Gymm Boxx include a free weights area that goes up to 50kg and a minimum of two power racks. Perfect for those who want to push their weightlifting abilities. While it may be 24 hours, rest assured you are not left to your own devices – staff petrol the area even after midnight to ensure you are using the equipment correctly.
Pros: Cheap pay per entry, high-quality weight training equipment
Cons: Group classes available at selected gyms
4. The Gym Pod
1 Location: JTC Launch Pad @ Ayer Rajar Crescent
Price: $75 – 300 (depending on number of sessions, each 30-min session can go as low as $2.09)
Nestled in the heart of Singapore’s innovation hub and just two minutes away from One-North MRT station, The Gym Pod is Southeast Asia’s first 24-hour automated container gym and is perfect for those looking for a more unique gymming experience. The Gym Pod is a place where you can workout comfortably and provides a safe environment to cultivate a healthy, regular habit. The 20-foot container may be the smallest gym on this list but you’d still be able to find everything you need, including dumbbells, treadmills and more. Gym Podders can book their sessions via the mobile app and only 3 people are allowed to work out at the gym at each time slot.
Pros: Subscription is by the number of sessions and not by the month, free from sales representatives
Cons: No group classes available, small range of equipment, cannot stay in the gym for hours, no shower facilities
5. Dynamic Fitness Gym
1 Location: Yio Chu Kang
Price: $10/entry, $70-120/month depending on membership term
If you are looking to not just lift weights, but also to learn martial arts, this studio offers 1-1 boxing and muay thai training services. The owner of Dynamic Fitness Gym, Amal Nava, is an ex fitness trainer himself, with an extensive background in martial arts and rehabilitation sports. There is also pre and post-natal training to help pregnant women regain their strength before and after pregnancy. What’s more, there’s shower and restroom facilities, and as a special treat, a juice bar to provide you with fresh juices and health supplements for a pre and post-workout boost!
Pros: Juice bar, mix martial arts trainings available
Cons: Only one location
6. THE GYM
1 Location: East Coast Road
Price: $10/entry (weekdays 1 – 5 pm), $12/entry (weekdays 5 – 8 pm) $89 – $123/month + $48 one-time admin fee
THE GYM is a great choice for those who lives in the east coast area. This 24-hour gym comes with private showers, as well as a plethora of strength and cardio equipment. Choose from many personal training programmes that fit your schedule and preferences. Entry on weekends are only available for members too.
Pros: Low cost per entry on weekdays
Cons: Only one location, closed to non-members on weekends
7. 24x Fitness
Price: $25/entry, $79 – $89/month depending on membership term
24x fitness has two outlets: Bugis and Paya Lebar SingPost. Upon joining, you will undergo a full body assessment procedure and you will go through an orientation to ensure you are able to use equipment correctly. Both branches have a comprehensive range of equipment, apart from the usual cardio equipment and weights, there are also bosu balls, battling ropes, kettlebells, a Viper machine and a TRX machine. Definitely a draw for the easily bored athlete. Shower and lounge facilities are available at both branches.
Pros: Orientation to learn how to use equipment correctly, shower and lounge facilities, high cleanliness standards, alkaline ionised water tap
Cons: Only two locations
Truly, the city never sleeps here in Singapore – and why should you be limited to work out only at certain timings? After all, night owls need a place to work out as well without missing arm or leg day. With these 24/7 gyms, every day can be a workout day! No need to stress over a lack of venue anymore. Here’s wishing you a great workout!
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