What are the best indoor gyms in BGC?
- Electric Studio: Indoor cycling
- Curves: Workout programs for women
- Treston Health Club: Gym with complete amenities and a trainer
- F45 Training BGC Stopover: Group Training
- Fight Factory: Mixed Martial Arts
- Plana Forma: Pilates, yoga, and dance with a barre
- Flyweight: Group Boxing
With the rainy season tormenting the skies, there’s less opportunities to go out for a nice jog. However this doesn’t mean that one has to stop working out. While condos for sale in BGC come with gym amenities, the city also has several top gyms to choose from.
8 Forbestown Rd
This the very first indoor cycling boutique opened in the Philippines. Working out here offers goers a full body workout that emphasizes optimal movement motivated by music. The spin classes involves all participants moving in unison which helps to create strong and supportive workout experience.
[2nd floor Bonifacio Technology Center 31st St. cor. 2nd E-Square 1634, 2nd Ave]
Curves is a women’s gym that focuses on 30-minute full body workouts on machines. Their ‘walk in and jump on’ mindset for the program guarantees that all the major muscle groups will be used with a mix of strength training, cardio, and stretching. A coach is always present to guide and teach newcomers to gain strength, balance, and flexibility.
Treston Health Club
[32nd St Corner University Parkway District]
The frustration of many gym goers is the dreaded plateau. In order to get out of this, people usually hire trainers but this costs a lot. In Treston Health Club, the trainer comes along with the membership and can help clients of all fitness levels with weight loss, and weight gain programs. Also included are the use of lockers, fitness studio, combat room and a health spa.
F45 Training BGC Stopover
[31st St Rizal Drive]
F45 Training is a systemized team training workout that is considered to the most innovative and challenging in the world. It places emphasis on three key factors: motivation, innovation, and results. The programs vary to create a unique, new experience each time.
[Karport @ the Fort UNIT 1-C 32nd St.]
Anyone who is into or wants to try mixed martial arts must try visiting Fight Factory. It’s open to all types of combat sports, including the very popular muay-thai and boxing. They also offer Brazilian Jiujitsu program that is affiliated with Deftac Ribeiro BJJ: the biggest and strongest Jiujitsu team in the Philippines.
Though it may seem intimidating to newcomers, the gym caters to everyone and campaigns for a healthy lifestyle for all via sports and martial arts.
[The Frabella 1, 17th floor, Bldg., 1229]
Plana Forma is a workout technique that uses the barre: the very same bar seen in ballet studios that ballerinas use for balance. It uses this tool to create dynamic and rewarding programs with a combination of pilates, yoga and dance. The usual program is a 55-minute workout which makes your body do nothing but burn and burn more fat. Regulars have show health benefits such as longer breaths, faster metabolism, stronger bones, less back pains, and lower stress levels.
[8 Forbestown Rd]
This boxing studio is unlike any other as they offer a group boxing experience. Going here is a great to blow off some steam with some friends. Founders of the gym believe that working out with other people sparks some friendly competition so you work harder.
BGC is home to many unique gym and workout experiences that one can enjoy even on a rainy day. Try a few of the gyms from the list above and see which one suits your preferences the most.