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Revisit Your Fitness Passes After All The Holiday Feasting

Why limit yourself to just one gym? With an all-access membership, you can have your pick of classes from gyms nationwide

Forget about a gym membership, you’ll probably bore of the treadmill and limited classes after awhile. We think you’re better off with one of these all-access memberships that are heating up the fitness scene right now. Get off the couch and be spoilt for choice with martial arts, yoga, dance, spin classes and more.


Crucycle, one of the spin studios partnering with GuavaPass. Credit: Crucycle

Launched in April 2015, Guavapass was one of the first to offer all-access fitness passes in Singapore. Currently, member prices start from $169 a month and includes access to a whole buffet of fitness classes. With more than 65 studios island-wide, you’re bound to find something you like.

For cardio fiends, you can’t go wrong with a spin class at Crucycle — an invigorating 50-minute session with a curated playlist which will leave you wondering whether you’re exercising or partying.

Or if you like, switch up your fitness game with pole classes from Milan Pole Dance Studio that’s bound to give you a rock-solid core with regular training. Unusual offerings include aqua spin or powerplate classes.

While there is a limit of three classes per studio per month, that also means you’re more likely to get out of your comfort zone and try different classes.



3 easy steps to getting started with Kfit. Credit: Kfit

Started by the founder of Groupon Malaysia, Kfit is said to be the Uber of the fitness world, now available in many cities such as Australia, Hong Kong, Japan, Korea. For $129 a month, it is a rather attractive deal for newcomers to this whole all-access pass trend.

So far, Kfit offers a whole gamut of classes at places like Kate Porter Yoga, Yoga Inc, Aqua Spin. Those who want to whip your body in shape in double quick time, can try Bootcamp yoga classes from Kate Porter Yoga — a high energy workout that combines strength, flexibility and coordination through circuit training and yoga stretches.

Missing the comfort of a gym environment? Check out Physical ABuse, a gym with a whole plethora of high-intensity workout classes. With 254 fitness locations and growing, you’ll soon be able to book classes on-the-go with its upcoming smartphone app.