You can choose from 19 Fitness First outlets for one of the best fitness centres in Singapore, with a selection that includes a deluxe 30,000 sq ft club on three … Continue reading →
You can choose from seven My Gym Singapore children’s fitness centres for the American chain, including one branch within Great World (1 Kim Seng Promenade).
Created by William Caplin, Yacov … Continue reading →
SAFRA EnergyOne Gym chain has six fitness centres in Singapore, including a 16,000 square feet fitness hub within SAFRA Punggol (9 Sentul Crescent).
Each of the centres has a range … Continue reading →
Rebounding fitness centre BBounce Studio, offering mini trampoline exercises for weight loss in Singapore, operates at The Centrepoint (176 Orchard Road).
With live 40 minute long classes available daily, the … Continue reading →
BeatX Studio, offering a range of effective fitness classes in Singapore, is located within Plus Building (20 Cecil Street).
A fitness studio by BBOUNCE Studio and two Singapore national swimmers … Continue reading →
There are two The Little Gym Singapore kids fitness centres available for the American franchise chain, including one within Forum The Shopping Mall (583 Orchard Road) and another at Marina … Continue reading →
There are four Spartans Boxing Club Singapore studios to choose from, including one location within E!Hub Downtown East (1 Pasir Ris Close).
Each of the boxing studios is made for … Continue reading →
There are 66 Anytime Fitness branches Singapore to choose from for the American fitness center chain, including one location within NEX mall (23 Serangoon Central).
Founded in 2002 in St. … Continue reading →
There are a total of eight Amore Fitness & Boutique Spa locations in Singapore for the fitness centre chain, including one at the Heartland Mall (205 Hougang Street 21).
Amore … Continue reading →
You can choose from a selection of six Virgin Active Singapore locations for the fitness centre & gym chain, including a fitness club at Raffles Place (1 Raffles Place) on … Continue reading →