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Ground Zero
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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

By 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 its 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. Plus, there’s no need to fight for the shower once you're done – that's always a plus.

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Box Office Fitness
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Box Office Fitness

Sport and fitness Boxing and kickboxing Raffles Place

Committed to staying fit and active? This boxing studio has curated a free two-week workout program on its IG TV. Each session lasts between 30 to 45 minutes, which means you still have plenty of time in the day to get on with your work (or Netflix). Classes range from Fastburn, a quick HIIT session, to longer 45-minute classes that 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. And when you’re done with all the free classes (kudos!), the gym is also offering virtual Zoom classes that start from $10 per session.

GET SWEATING Embark on its two-week challenge at www.boxoffice-fitness.com/bof2wc, or sign up for one of Box Office Fitness’ virtual classes on its website here

Ground Zero
Photograph: Ground Zero

Ground Zero (Cross St Exchange)

Sport and fitness Chinatown

While we patiently wait for Ground Zero to find a new home (it’s Carpenter Street studio has since ceased operations), you get to still sweat it out with Afterburn – its online, bodyweight-only fitness program. And just because it’s held virtually doesn’t make it any easier. Classes are conducted twice daily, from Monday to Saturday via Zoom, with instructions on hand (or screen) to correct your form and catch you from slacking off.

GET SWEATING Classes go for $20 for a weekly pass, available via its website

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Boom Singapore
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Boom

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. Looking for a full-body exercise? The gym is has a HIIT-based Boomcamp workout available on its IG TV. And if you prefer working out in a group setting, the gym has also recently launched its at-home virtual session that starts from $10 for a single class and $30 for weekly passes. 

GET SWEATING Start off with its free workout videos on @boomsingapore, then join in on one of its virtual class at boomfromhome.vhx.tv once you get in the groove of exercising regularly. 

Haus Athletics
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Haus Athletics

Sport and fitness Gyms and fitness centres Raffles Place

We get it – getting your lazy bum off the couch for an hour-long sweat session doesn’t exactly sound enticing. But you’d need to set aside only 15 minutes a day to tackle Haus Athletics’ simple bodyweight workouts. Available on its Instagram page, these HITT It At Home sessions need only your body and a towel to help get your heart pumping and blood flowing. Then, push yourself to new limits with its online Zoom classes that take things up a notch. 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 $12, while five sessions go for $50. Check out the schedule and purchase its packages here

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Axiom
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Axiom

Sport and fitness Bukit Timah

This new spinning studio is more than just speed behind the wheels. Available on its IG TV are free workout videos that’s help get you moving. Grab a pair of dumbbells, or substitute it with water bottles, and you’re all set for a quick but effective 30-minute workout. Have a need for speed? Axiom will also be loaning out its bike during this period for you to spin away the calories, while those with their own mounted road bikes can also join in its virtual classes online. 

GET SWEATING Push yourself with its Virtual AxAtHome workouts that start from $10 a class, or online spinning sessions that start from $8 per session. Browse its website for full details. 

Ritual Gym
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Ritual

Sport and fitness Raffles Place

This 30-minute gym is making workouts even more convenient with its #RitualAnywhere series. You’ll find simple, easy-to-follow workout tips that don’t require any equipment, as well as stretching tutorials to help you loosen your joints and get the blood flowing after being desk-bound (or couch-bound, we don't judge) for the whole day. And from now till June 21, you get to access free workouts from its Ritual Anywhere mobile application. 

GET SWEATING Browse workouts tagged with #RitualAnywhere, or enjoy free videos on its Ritual Anywhere mobile application.

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Barre Lab
Photograph: @barrelab._/ Instagram

Barre Lab

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. You can also keep your loved ones active during this period by gifting them an online class. 

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

Barry's
Photograph: Barry's

Barry's

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 are held every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at 8am, or catch recordings of the sessions 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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Pure Fitness Suntec
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Pure Fitness

Sport and fitness City Hall

Access your favourite exercises with PURE 360 Live on Instagram and Facebook. Depending on the schedule, look forward to classes of mat pilates, yoga, and a HIIT-based Fuze workout. 

GET SWEATING Peep its social media pages for the latest updates

Fitness First
Photograph: Fitness First Singapore

Fitness First

Things to do Raffles Place

This global gym chain is hosting a series of exclusive workout live streams and videos on its Fitness First Singapore social media pages. Join the Watch Party from the Fitness First Singapore Facebook page, and tune into exercises that range from Les Mills Bodycombat to dance classes. Want to take things at your own pace? It's IG TV also has a whole range of pre-recorded fitness content for you to get sweating no matter the time of day. 

GET SWEATING Stay updated with the latest schedule and information at @fitnessfirstsg 

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Running
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Get Active Tv

Brought to you by My Active Singapore, the channels bring together big names in the local fitness community for all content relating to health and fitness. Start off the day with a live stream of morning stretches, or take a mid-day yoga break to clear your mind and relax. Looking to burn off that extra serving of rice you had for dinner last night? The channel also has a series of high-intensity bodyweight workouts that you can follow. There are even cooking videos to help you stay healthy from within. 

GET SWEATING The daily schedule of free live class changes. Visit its website for the latest update and browse its full range of content. 

 

Classpass
Photograph: Classpass

Classpass

Are you a Classpass member? Your account might be paused but you can still access its numerous online workout videos. Choose from barre videos, yoga stretches, kickboxing, and full-body workouts – all entirely free.

GET SWEATING classpass.com

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