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The best gyms in Singapore with online workouts

Can't head out to exercise? These gyms are bringing their workouts to your living room so you have no excuse

Fabian Loo
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Fabian Loo
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Exercise is important – but that shouldn't mean crowding our local parks. Instead, try working out from home, where all you have to do is lift your booty off the couch and get your body moving. If you need some guidance, a handful of local gyms have started streaming live workouts and posting online exercises, so you can get sweating in the comfort, and safety, of your own home. And there’s no need to fight for the shower once you're done – that's always a plus.

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  • Sport and fitness
  • Boxing and kickboxing
  • Raffles Place

Committed to staying fit and active? This boxing studio has curated a 21-day workout series to help you stay active throughout this Phase 2 period (again). Classes might range from quick HIIT sessions, to sessions that help build up strength and cardio. Grab a pair of light weights if you have them lying around the house to up the intensity, and you’ll definitely need a towel to wipe off the sweat – and possibly tears – from the killer burn. 

GET SWEATING A drop-in session starts from $5. boxoffice-fitness.com

  • Sport and fitness
  • Chinatown

Build cardio fitness with its ride-at-home program, or check out its Resistance workouts that focus on bodyweight movements to help you squeeze a sweat sess at home. Classes are available in the morning and evening.

GET SWEATING Resistance Live starts from $25 a week. groundzero.sg

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  • Sport and fitness
  • Boxing and kickboxing
  • Raffles Place

Short of getting your own punching bag, you can still enjoy a boxing-inspired workout from the people at Boom Singapore. This aqua-boxing gym has a modified version of its signature BoomBox classes, where you can jab and uppercut your way to toned arms. If you prefer working out in a group setting, the gym has launched its at-home virtual session that starts from $10 for a single class and $45 for five classes. 

GET SWEATING boomsingapore.com

  • Sport and fitness
  • Gyms and fitness centres
  • Raffles Place

Working from home means you get the flexibility to plan your schedule. So the last thing you'd want to do is to wake up early for a virtual group exercise. Haus Live provides on-demand workout sessions to help get your heart pumping and blood flowing – at any time of the day (or night). But those who need the guidance of an instructor can opt for a live session; expect a full-body workout with its music-based, high-intensity moves that combine strength building with functional movements. 

GET SWEATING A single live session starts at $15, while five sessions go for $55. Check out the schedule and purchase the packages here

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  • Sport and fitness
  • Raffles Place

This 30-minute gym is making workouts even more convenient with its virtual classes that will get the blood flowing after being desk-bound (or couch-bound, we don't judge) for the whole day. Try it for free for 14 days. 

GET SWEATING Enjoyworkout videos on its Ritual Fit mobile application from $19.99 a month. 

  • Sport and fitness
  • Tanjong Pagar

Long hours of sitting in front of your desk at home have probably got your muscles all tense and stiff. Barre lessons are great for stretching out your body while toning lean muscles – and local studio Barre Lab now offers virtual classes that you can embark in the comforts of your room. Expect the techniques and precision of Pilates, combined with graceful moves of ballet for a full-body workout that’s less intense than the usual HIIT, but just as effective.

GET SWEATING Drop-in virtual classes start from $10, with weekly and monthly packages available on its website here

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  • Things to do
  • Tanjong Pagar

Bring your stay-home workout to the next level with the gym's slew of fitness classes: Sweat (HIIT-style), Sculpt, or Strength. Each focuses on different functions and movements, but no matter the choice, they will surely help get the blood flowing. For the ultimate fitness junkie, consider its $99 promo package that gives you unlimited access to all its virtual classes. 

GET SWEATING One class starts from $15, and one week of unlimited sessions starts from $45. level.com.sg/virtual-classes/

  • Sport and fitness
  • Gyms and fitness centres
  • Raffles Place

You can now bring ‘The Best Workout In The World’ straight to your living room. Barry’s Bootcamp is a global fitness phenomenon that has earned the endorsement from big names that include Adriana Lima, Kim Kardashian, and Justin Bieber (all sexy models in their own rights). Now, while gyms remain closed, Barry’s is bringing you its signature workouts for free via its Instagram page. Tune in to sessions that uploaded on its IG TV section. You won’t get the same red room ambiance, but the exercises remain just as intense. 

GET SWEATING Follow @barryssingapore for updates

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