Fitspo Friday: 4 Apps To Find Fitness Classes in Singapore

We all know the importance of exercise, but there are times where working out in the gym  or going running can get stale. Why not book a fun class where you learn a new activity, work up a sweat and make new friends at the same time with the following apps?

ActiveSG
If you are looking for classes near where you stay, you might want to check out the ActiveSG app. Most of the programmes you’ll find here are held at stadiums, sports centres and community centres, making it convenient for you to head there after work or during the weekends. The class variety isn’t lacking either. Aqua Zumba, Bokwa Punch & Strike, Piloxing and Stand Up Paddle are just some of the offerings available. You’ll also be able to book classes such as Boogie Bounce Kidz, Archery for Kids and KpopX Family Bonding for the little ones, so everyone in the family can enjoy sweating it out.

For more information, visit myactivesg.com.

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Activpass
Like exercising but don’t want to commit to a fixed number of classes a month? ActivPass offers you preferential rates on exercise classes with no membership fee required. What really makes this app stand out from the rest is its “Last Minute” feature where you can book classes at up to 90 percent discount up to three days in advance. Beauty and wellness services are also included in this app, so you’ll be saving a bundle if you book at the right time.

For more information, visit activpass.com.

GuavaPass
If you really enjoy working out in a group and trying out different types of exercises, you’ll like what GuavaPass has to offer. The subscription allows you to book an unlimited number of classes a month, though you can only take up to three classes a month from one studio. If you travel often, your GuavaPass membership can be used in other cities too, including Beijing, Hong Kong and Seoul. Like the classes that GuavaPass offers but don’t think that you would go that often to make it worth your buck? Sign up for GuavaLite, which offers you up to four classes a month.

For more information, visit guavapass.com.

Kfit
It started out as a fitness class booking app but now you can book beauty and wellness treatments, as well as fitness activities with friends, such as bike rentals, indoor trampoline sessions and rock climbing sessions. Like the assortment of fitness activities that they offer in Singapore? Subscribe to a fitness pass that entitles you to 10 activities every month for $129.

For more information, visit kfit.com.

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