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Live list of gyms and fitness studios in Singapore that are reopening during Phase 2

A rolling list of places that you can go to work off all that stay-home weight gain

By Fabian Loo
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You’re probably sick of Chloe Ting’s videos and performing static exercises on your yoga mat. And as our country transitions into Phase 2, gyms – alongside shops, restaurants, bars, and more – are finally ready to open their doors once again.

But working out will probably not look quite the same. For those looking to take a dip in public pools or lift some weights at ActiveSG gyms have to pre-book a slot online. Group activities are capped at a maximum of 50 people per facility, and strict temperature checks also have to be held before entering a compound. Additionally, those planning to exercise in groups can only do so with no more than five people.

If you’re itching to burn some calories that you’ve put on from all that stay-home snacking, here are some gymnasiums and fitness studios that will open during Phase 2.

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Anytime Fitness
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Anytime Fitness

Things to do Woodlands

This convenient gym will reopen once again, but you might not be able to squeeze in a workout at any time of the day. Entry guidelines and operating hours might differ from club to club, so its best to stay updated by visiting each of its respective social media pages. 

For more details, visit anytimefitness.sg/find-gym

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Axiom
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Axiom

Sport and fitness Bukit Timah

You might know Axiom for its spin classes, but the fitness studio will first return with its strength class. More details on the return of its spinning classes will be posted on its Instagram page.

For the latest updates, follow @axiom.sg

Barry's
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Barry's

Sport and fitness Gyms and fitness centres Raffles Place

You’ll be able to hit up the Red Room once again as Barry’s reopens. Classes will run with a slightly reduced length, with more time in-between each session to sanitise all mirrors and equipment.

For more details, head over to @barryssingapore

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Boom Singapore
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Boom Singapore

Sport and fitness Boxing and kickboxing Raffles Place

The boxing studio will be opening its doors from June 27. For safety, glove rental and towel services will be suspended, so you’ll need to bring along your own. Virtual classes will also continue to run till July 31. 

For more details, visit boomsingapore.com

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Fitness First Bugis
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Fitness First

Sport and fitness Rochor

Fitness First will be opening its clubs from 24 June, with pared-down amenities available. Steam room and sauna will be closed, and hot beverages will be discontinued, along with other enhanced modifications to prevent interaction and socialising. 

For more details, visit fitnessfirst.com.sg

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Grityard
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Grityard

Sport and fitness Outram

The studio will open from June 24 but members will not be allowed to book back-to-back classes for the time being. You’ll also need to bring along your own towels, and keep your mask on at all times except during the workout. 

For more details, visit grityard.getomnify.com/#!/home

Ground Zero
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Ground Zero (Cross St Exchange)

Sport and fitness Chinatown

Its Carpenter Street outlet might be closed, but the Cross Street studio will soon open from June 29 onwards with Ride (spin) and Resistance (strength) classes. Masks must be worn at all times, so remember to bring along a sealable bag to store your mask right before the class begins. 

For more details, visit groundzero.sg

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Gymmboxx
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Gymmboxx

Sport and fitness Bishan

This no-frills gym is ready to welcome users once again, with modified operating hours of 6am to 10pm on weekdays, and 8am to 10pm on weekends. Check out its real-time live counter on @gymmboxx before heading down. 

For more details, visit gymmboxx.com

Haus Athletics
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Haus Athletics

Sport and fitness Gyms and fitness centres Raffles Place

Each HIIT session will only be limited to five people at one time, and shower facilities are available. Sharing of equipment is prohibited, and the studio will also be sanitised after each session. The studio will also continue to stream its online workouts for the stay-home crowd. 

For more details, visit hausathletics.com.sg

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Level
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Level

Things to do Tanjong Pagar

Each class will only have up to five participants, and coaches will don masks at all times throughout the session to ensure safety. 

For more details, visit level.com.sg

 

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Sync Cycle
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Sync Cycle

Sport and fitness Cycling Raffles Place

Each room will only be filled with five other bikes, in addition to the instructor. Doors will also be opened during the class to allow better ventilation. During this period, existing packages will be freezes and only drop-in classes ($38) can be purchased. 

For more details, visit synccycle.com.sg

TFX
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TFX

Sport and fitness Gyms and fitness centres City Hall

New class schedules will be released, and you’ll need to download the TFX mobile app to access the studio. There’s also a real-time crowd checker on its website for you to gauge how busy each of its outlets is. 

For more details, visit tfx.sg/safetymeasures

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Revolution
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Revolution

Sport and fitness Cycling Raffles Place

The spin studio is back in Phase 2, but towels and shower facilities will be discontinued. After class mingling will also be prohibiting. 

For more details, visit revolution.com.sg

Ritual Gym
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Ritual

Sport and fitness Raffles Place

The 30-minute gym is back in action, and will continue to provide towels and workout gear. But communal shower products and cups will not be provided during this time. 

For more details, visit ritualgym.com

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Yoga+
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Yoga+

Sport and fitness Yoga and Pilates Chinatown

Members will need to bring their own mat or towel to be allowed in the class, and towel rental at the studio will also be suspended. 

For more details, visit yogaplus.sg

Yoga Movement
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Yoga Movement

Sport and fitness Raffles Place

Before heading down, remember to bring along your own towel to lay over the studio’s mat. High-contact surfaces will also be sanitised after every session. 

For more details, visit yogamovement.com

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