12 Gym Membership Rates To Check For Your 2020 Fitness Goals

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Health is wealth—and now more Filipinos are getting in on the healthy lifestyle train, too. According to a 2019 study done by athletic shoe review site RunRepeat, the Philippines ranked 13th out of the 85 health-conscious countries in the world. In addition to gym membership rates, it showed that the Filipinos’ top internet searches were related to healthy eating and working out.

Now that summer is only a few months away, the best time to work on your fitness goals is now. So here, we’ve compiled a list of gyms and fitness clubs in the Philippines as well as their amenities, programs, and membership fees.

Keeping your body active and fit averts anxiety, stress, and brings overall good health. Go get that summer-ready body and good health! Maximize your fitness membership through this comparison guide.

1. Elite Boxing & Muay Thai

Do you want a more interactive workout than just lifting weights? You can train for boxing and muay thai to be healthy and learn self-defense skills. The best part? The program comes with professional trainers, and at a very affordable price.

Membership fees:

  • Members: P250 per session
  • Non-members: P450 per session

Inclusion:

  • Personal trainer

Fitness programs:

  • Boxing
  • Muay thai

Branches:

  • BGC
  • Eastwood
  • Makati
  • Ortigas

Operating hours:

  • Monday to Sunday, 6:30 AM to 10 PM

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2. Pound for Pound

Pound for Pound is known best for its programs for conditioning, weight loss, cross training, and most especially, martial arts. The gym has many locations for you to choose from, and affordable rates for a fitness newbie.

Membership rates:

  • 1 month: P1,000
  • 3 months: P2,500
  • 6 months: P4,500
  • 1 year: P8,500
  • Plus: a gym membership fee of P500

Inclusion:

Unlimited trainer

Fitness programs:

  • Athletic training
  • Cross training
  • Strength and conditioning
  • Weight loss
  • Boxing and muay thai

Operating hours:

  • Monday to Saturday, 7 AM to 10 PM
  • Sunday, 10 AM to 5 PM

Branches:

  • BGC Fort
  • Diliman
  • Greenhills
  • Intramuros
  • Kapitolyo
  • Las Piñas
  • Makati
  • Malate
  • Mendiola
  • Pasig
  • PEMBO
  • Quezon Ave
  • San Dionisio
  • Shaw
  • Sta. Mesa
  • Taft
  • Taguig
  • UST
  • Zapote

3. 360 Fitness Club

For a full transformation through holistic training, 360 Fitness trains you to have agility, dynamics, strength, and flexibility through a no-machine gym. It’s all about Le Mills classes, circuit training, and Signature Functional Strength class, and many more.

Membership fee:

Minimum of P13,200 for 6 months (or approximately 2,200 per month)

Inclusion:

  • Personal coach throughout your membership
  • Roadmap every 3 months

Fitness programs:

  • Circuit training
  • Le Mills classes
  • Functional strength classes
  • Personal training

Branches:

  • Ortigas Center
  • Legaspi Village
  • Bonifacio Global City
  • Ermita

Operating hours:

Time varies per branch.

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4. Curves Philippines

This is an all-women’s gym to secure your confidence and safety. The coaches also use an approach designed for women so they can make the most of their fitness journey. Their policy is “no makeup, no men, and no mirrors”—it’s all about being healthy with people you can be really comfortable with.

Membership fee:

P2,290 per month (but offers may vary with the prospect guests)

Fitness programs:

Programs customized for women

Operating hours:

  • Monday to Friday, 7 AM to 9 PM
  • Saturday, 8 AM to 1 PM

Branches:

  • Eastwood City
  • EDSA Shangri-La Plaza
  • Century City
  • Magnolia Residences

5. Anytime Fitness

Time is the most common setback (or excuse) for going to the gym, and that need is what Anytime Fitness has answered with its 24/7 operating hours. No more excuses not to grind, as they have more than 4,000 branches to visit all over the country.

Membership rates:

  • 12-month membership: P2,500 per month (regular rate)
  • Joining fee: P1,000 (one-time payment)
  • Key fob: P2,500 (one-time payment)
  • Price and package offer may vary per prospect member

Inclusions:

Varies per offer

Fitness programs:

  • Fitness Consultation
  • Team Workouts
  • Personal Training

Branches:

130 gyms in the Philippines that you can choose from

Operating hours:

24/7

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6. Celebrity Fitness

You will surely start feeling yourself when you’ve achieved your summer body goals! Through this relatively new gym, you can work out like a celebrity.

Membership rates:

  • Celebrity: P2,595 per month (via credit card)
  • Star: P2,750 per month (via credit card)
  • VIP Celebrity: P2,795 per month (via credit card)
  • VIP Star: P2,950 per month (via credit card)

Inclusions:

  • Celebrity – 12 months of membership, access to one Celebrity Fitness club
  • Star – 6 months of membership, access to one Celebrity Fitness club
  • VIP Celebrity – 12 months of membership, access to ALL Celebrity Fitness clubs in the
  • Philippines
  • VIP Star – 6 months of membership, access to ALL Celebrity Fitness clubs in the Philippines

Fitness programs:

  • Floating yoga – yoga and Pilates
  • Playground – cardio exercise with functional equipment
  • Saltar – trampoline workout

Branches:

  • One Bonifacio High Street Taguig
  • Ayala North Exchange, Makati

Operating hours:

Monday to Sunday, 6 AM to 11 PM

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7. UFC Gym

If you want to try mixed martial arts, the UFC Gym may just be the place for you. It is an MMA training center (dojo) and gym to stretch your muscles, build strength, and grow in all aspects of your life. The place also sells UFC merchandise.

Membership rates:

  • P3,000: Pay per visit 1-year membership and one club (approximately P250 per month)
  • P8,400: 3 months of unlimited visits to one club (approximately P2,800 per month)
  • P10,500: 5 months unlimited visits to one club (approximately P2,100 per month)
  • P14,500: 16 months of unlimited visits to one club (approximately P906 per month)
  • P16,800: 6 months of unlimited visits to 2 clubs and 3 free personal training sessions (approximately P2,800 per month)

Inclusions:

  • Unlimited visits to various clubs
  • Free personal training sessions

Fitness programs:

  • Functional Fitness (boxing and kickboxing conditioning)
  • Mixed martial arts (jiu-jitsu, MMA, judo, wrestling, Muay Thai)
  • Youth classes (jiu-jitsu, MMA, judo, wrestling, Muay Thai)

Branches:

  • Glorietta 4
  • Robinsons Galleria
  • UFC Gym Alabang
  • UP Town Center
  • Vertis North

Operating hours:

  • Weekdays: 6 AM to 12:00 AM
  • Weekends: 6 AM to 9 PM
  • Sundays and holidays: 8 to 9 PM

8. Upper Deck Gym

A gym doesn’t have to be a bore with its blunt interiors. Get yourself sweating with their sports facilities such as badminton, basketball, swimming, and wall climbing. Upper Deck gym shows off its industrial-style interiors and decors which make for a good post-grind selfie. You can also take a snack at their healthy snack bar.

Membership fee:

P3,500 per month

Inclusion:

  • Basketball and badminton courts
  • Wall climbing areas
  • Plunge dive club
  • Sports spa
  • Restaurant and bar

Fitness programs:

  • Basketball
  • Badminton
  • Wall climbing
  • Swimming

Branches:

Ortigas Technopoint

Operating hours:

Monday to Sunday, 7 AM to 10 PM

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9. Gold’s Gym

For 17 years of operations, Gold’s Gym continues to be a competitive international brand in the fitness industry. It has 29 branches in strategic places nationwide, and has been featured in three local movies. No wonder, it’s a favorite spot for gym buffs and celebrities.

Membership rates:

The price range may be from P3,800 to P28,000, but lower prices may available on the seasonal promo period.

Fitness programs:

  • Personal training (circuit training, sports conditioning, team physique, etc)
  • Golds group exercise (Zumba, hip hop, belly dance, yoga, spinning, Pilates, retrofit)

Branches:

  • Makati
  • Mandaluyong
  • Manila
  • Muntinlupa
  • Pasay
  • Pasig
  • Quezon City
  • San Juan
  • Taguig

Operating hours:

Monday to Sunday, 6 AM to 12 AM

10. Fitness First

Great experience serves as the priority of Fitness First with its streamlined facilities and equipment. This can be enjoyed by the two clubs you can apply for. First is the Premium clubs, which offer the standard gym. Second is the Platinum clubs with more exclusive privileges, such as a swimming pool and access to over 91 Fitness First branches in Southeast Asia.

Membership rates:

  • 5-month membership fee: P4,395 per month
  • Admin fee: P1,500 (one-time payment)
  • Joining fee: P3,000 (one-time payment)

Fitness programs:

  • Aerial flow yoga
  • Freestyle group training core
  • Freestyle group training hit

Branches:

  • Techno Plaza One, Eastwood
  • SM Fairview
  • Mall of Asia
  • Robinsons Place, Manila
  • SM Megamall
  • Robinsons Metro East
  • SM North EDSA
  • Westgate Centre Alabang (Platinum)
  • SM AURA (Platinum)
  • Viridian, Greenhills (Platinum)
  • RCBC Tower, Makati(Platinum)
  • TriNoma (Platinum)

Operating hours:

Time varies per branch

11. Slimmers World

Complete with fitness programs, wellness amenities, and skincare services, Slimmers World has it all for you to be confidently beautiful and healthy. This gym has been established for more than 40 years.

Membership rates:

  • 6 months: P6,868 (cash)
  • 12 months: P11,774 (cash)
  • 6 months: P7,230 (credit card)
  • 12 months: P12,393 (credit card)
  • Lifetime membership: Depends on the offer

Inclusions:

  • Unlimited use of gym facilities
  • Unlimited group classes
  • 3 Physical Therapy sessions
  • Access to all branches

Fitness programs:

  • Aerobics
  • Biometrics for inch and weight loss
  • Corefit
  • Cykl squad
  • Passive slimming
  • Power stretching
  • Personal training
  • Squadcore

Operating hours:

Time varies per class.

Branches:

  • Adriatico
  • Alabang
  • Ayala Clover Leaf
  • Binondo
  • Greenhills
  • Legaspi
  • Marikina
  • Megamall
  • Pasay Road
  • SM Bacoor
  • SM North Towers
  • Trafalgar

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12. Kerry Sports Manila

Kerry Sports boasts state-of-the-art fitness facilities to pair with your ultimate bod goals: Lifting weights, sports training, and dance exercises. They just have it all! That includes a huge playground for kids to go and families to bond while you give yourself some much needed me-time.

Membership rates:

  • Personal training: A minimum of P1,600 per session
  • 2-month trial rate: P28,000 (most recommended for expats)
  • Couple rate: P73,000 each per year (approximately P6,000 per month)
  • Individual rate: P96,000 per year (approximately P8,000 per month)

Inclusions:

  • Commodious gym with more than 90 units of equipment
  • 25-meter outdoor lap and hydrotherapy pool with special jets
  • Indoor basketball court that fits the NBA standard
  • 2 outdoor tennis courts (covered)
  • 2 glass-walled squash courts
  • Wide studios for boxing, mixed martial arts, Pilates, spinning, and yoga
  • Sauna, steam room, changing rooms, lockers, cold plunge, and vitality pools
  • Different therapeutic and sports massages at physiotherapy rooms

Fitness programs:

  • Gym
  • Sports
  • Dance exercise

Operating hours:

  • Gym: 24 hours
  • Courts and fitness studios: 6 AM to 10 PM (Monday to Sunday & Holidays)
  • Outdoor pool and wet areas: 6 AM to 10 PM (Monday to Sunday & Holidays)
  • Kerry Sprouts (snack bar): 6 AM to 10 PM (Monday to Sunday & Holidays)

Location:

5/F and 6/F Shangri-La at the Fort Manila 30th Street, corner 5th Ave, Taguig

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